Monthly Archives: March 2013

Crazy Shopping in U.S. – Contribution to U.S. GDP

Before I come to U.S., all my friends mentioned to me that they also want to have the chance to come to U.S.. Despite of travelling, another very important thing is shopping. They told me that shopping in U.S. is … Continue reading

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Homework Assignments’ Difference in U.S. & China

Just come back from Spring Break vacation,  I found myself totally be involved in different kinds of homework. Too much! This semester I choosed four MBA courses which really bring a lot of homework for me and I feel very … Continue reading

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Traveling in U.S.

Due to limited time in U.S, I think I could only travel some cities in west coast and some cities in east coast. It’s a pity that I have no enough time to have a look at some famous areas … Continue reading

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Service Experience During Traveling in U.S.

During the spring break, I arranged the traveling to east coast of U.S. There is one stop I stayed in Washington for three days. I have to say the service of U.S. AirTran Airways and Radisson hotel caused some troubles to … Continue reading

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Different Young Generation Social Problem

Last weekend, during one party, I have the chance to have some discussions with one pari of U.S. couple. This couple is about 50 years old, belongs to middle class in the U.S. society. We talked about a lot of … Continue reading

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Organization Change

Last night, I received one email from Shanghai which was send by our Vice President  Business Management of Great China ED Business Unit. Due to my company’s new organizational change in Great China, he has decided to leave the company. … Continue reading

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Post-80s, have you perceived the career glass ceiling?

When I was working in Shanghai, I found one phenomenon that the career promotion space for younger employees is smaller and smaller. Why?  The answer is very simple, almost all the  high positions have been occupied by post-50s, 60s and 70s. … Continue reading

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