Thank you. Picking up decent reading glasses here is like doing so in the West in 1970s or 80s – all frames are needlessly hideous in appearance, and gives people the impression that you must pay more to have reasonably acceptable looking eyewear. Sounds like a new market yet to be developed. Large drugstore chains like the US' Rite-Aid and Walgreens and such, discovered that offering decent frames with basic magnifications (+1.25, +1.75, +2.50 etc.) would be quite popular, always in the under $10–$15 (US) or so. This is yet to happen here, and consumers are left with the impression that reasonable quality eyewear couldn't exist below NT$1000 or NT$2000, or more. The eyewear industry is a bit of a scam, relying on that perception. Could stand to see this market disrupted a bit. Even the name for reading glasses in Chinese, lǎo huājìng, perpetuates the current notion.