想法：“我想换个部门！ 想去Marketing 学事情！或者去HR 也好！”
事情难， 而是因为有些人因该不会教。我想也该是时候跟Jane 说了！
Things I learn as an Intern in Shanghai:
1. People here tend to not wait
Especially true in traffic situations. They are generally seeing everything
in time and $. That is why crimes that target based on human greed is
2. Cheers! 干杯！
When you cheers and bring your glass against theirs, do bring your glass
LOWER than the other party. This is to show your humbleness. Especially
if the other party is someone you need to respect.
1. Get someone (or many) who can teach you
Its hard to find one mentor that can show you the way ALL the way. Chances
are you would have to fend for yourself most of the time. I think one would
grow fastest this way.
Getting mentors from everywhere you can from as many aspects as possible
would be ideal. (Assuming the Mentors are good at that particular Aspect).
Most importantly. they must be willing to share! not just treat you like hands