I think it’s really enriching to work with people who are not from your country because you learn a little about their culture and you also learn a bit about their work ethic.
I think the way we work here is very different from how they work in Hong Kong. So, at the end of the day, you learn from these people and you learn from yourself because, intentionally or not, you make a kind of comparison between how you are currently working and how other people in the Group work.
I think that what has left the most lasting impression on me is the opportunity to travel to London and take part in the Graduate Programme because it was one month abroad and you experience rubbing shoulders with colleagues from across the Group.
In my case, there were over 72 nationalities in my class. It was very enriching to meet all these people, chat with them and build relationships. And one of the things that left an impression on me is that it helps you get to know yourself. You get to assess your personality and learn what are your strengths and weaknesses. So, I think it helps you a lot to continue to grow and improve day after day.