The concept that smiling is apt to cause wrinkles has profound repercussion upon people’s inclination to smile to others. This phenomenon is in particular prevalent amongst women, in that they are by far more concerned about how they look. As a result, people in Taiwan are found declined to smile to others. This situation is even worse within the metropolitan areas, which can be evidenced by the poker faces readily found in the public transportation system. With this in mind, I’d like to promulgate the concept that smiling to others can be to our advantage.