The duties of The Remuneration Committee
The Remuneration Committee was established on July 11, 2011. The Remuneration Committee assists the Board in discharging its responsibilities related to Chenbro’s compensation and benefits policies, plans and programs, as well as the compensation of the Board members and executives. The compensation of Chenbro’s Board members and the bonuses of employees are set aside according to the annual operational performances and the percentage set out in the Articles of Incorporation and paid according to the methods set by the Board. The remaining compensation is given out according to the overall operational performances, the salary standards of listed companies, and market survey reports issued by professional consulting firms and in consideration of the Company’s overall financial and operational risks. Chenbro's Remuneration Committee consists of all 3 independent directors. 

Based on the organizational rules, the Remuneration Committee shall hold general meetings at least twice a year.

The duties of Audit Committee
In accordance with the Securities and Exchange Act, Chenbro established the Audit Committee in place of supervisors. The main function of the Audit Committee is to supervise the following matters: fair presentation of the Company's financial statements; appointment (and dismissal), independence, and performance of certificated public accountants; effective implementation of the Company's internal control system; compliance with relevant laws and regulations; and management of the Company's existing or potential risks. The tenure of the 1st-term Audit Committee starts on June 23, 2020 and ends on June 22, 2023. The Audit Committee assists in maintaining the quality and integrity of the Board of Directors in monitoring the Company's accounting, audit, financial reporting procedures and financial controls. Chenbro's Audit Committee is comprised of all 4 independent directors. Based on the organizational rules, the Audit Committee shall hold general meetings at least once every quarter, and may hold extraordinary meetings as needed.