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Asia Trip Update From Nanjing, China

Posted by Simon Leung in Educational, Travel, Videos on March 8th, 2008 | No Comments

Hello from Room 1919 of the Celebrity City Hotel in Nanjing, China!

celebrity hotel nanjing china
During this Nanjing stop of my Asia trip, I’m actually building a virtual outsourcing team with my business partner, Andy Huang, and we have been aggressively hiring, building and training our team members during the past several days.

We have a lot of exciting developments and new projects in the horizons that involves a wide variety of niches, so depending on what your particular interests and passions are, you may actually have the opportunity to travel with us sometime in the near future if you share some of the same business visions.

I’m glad we decided on Nanjing to build our first official office team because even though this is my first time here, I have already been more impressed with Nanjing in terms of work ethics and business development than the other China cities I’ve visited in the past several weeks, including GuangZhou, DongGuan, ShenZhen and ZhuHai.

And just within the short time that I’ve been here, I have already made some very good friends and business associates, not to mention that my Mandarin has improved significantly as well since it is the only form of communication among all my new friends :)

In addition to work, I’ve also had the chance to enjoy some Nanjing tourist attractions, food and entertainment…

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Lunch At A Local Restaurant

nanjing presidential palace

The Presidential Palace From When Nanjing Was The Capital City

nanjing soldier

An Actual Soldier’s Cave

nanjing 1912

The Popular Local Entertainment Area With KTV, Bars And Clubs

Within the upcoming few months, there are going to be a lot of changes in the way I run my business, so you may not be seeing too much of me at live seminar events anymore.

That’s because while I do plan to continue traveling, it will be to build and train teams in various parts of Asia (as we grow there), as well as taking on a couple new International projects, and not so much speaking at live seminars as I have been doing for the past year and a half.

But alas, my current Asia trip is still not over yet, as once I leave Nanjing, I am going straight to Macau to take care of more business.

In the meantime, please enjoy the short video below about my experience in personally being involved in the hiring, building and training of a virtual outsourcing team in China.