(English version below)
O predio onde fica meu escritorio fica conectado diretamente com uma estacao do metro (como se fosse o Shopping Santa Cruz e a estacao do metro, para quem conhece Sao Paulo). Super bem localizado, em uma das principais avenidas de Taipei e com uma academia no 3o andar! Rsrsrs Ha uma vista bem bonita da janela do 17 andar do escritorio!
Meu chefe (Homing Huan, ex CEO da Hewlett Packard – HP) me apresentou a empresa e logo reuniu os consultores e gerentes de projeto para me fazerem um update sobre os clientes e projetos atuais. Dois dos consultores que vou trabalhar sao alumni da AIESEC! Uma foi MCP e o outro MCVP da AIESEC Taiwan! Eles estao responsaveis por acompanhar minha adaptacao na empresa!
My first day at work was pretty interesting. Members of AIESEC TPLC (Emily and Evangela, if I am not mistaken) took me from my house to the office, explaining to me how public transportation works and introduced me to the company!
The building where I work is connected to a metro station, what makes it very convenient! In a very nice neighborhood – on one of the biggest avenues in Taipei – the office provides a beautiful view of the city from the windows in the 17th floor where it is placed.
My boss (Homing Huan, PhD, former CEO of Hewlett Packard – HP and member of AIESEC in Taiwan Board of Advisors) is a great person and he introduced me to the company and consultants in this morning, drinking some green tea. I was updated about the main projects and initiatives in the company, what was also very important.
Another very nice thing is that two of the consultants I work with are AIESEC alumni! Sandy, former MCP and James, former MCVP both of AIESEC in Taiwan. They are great people and are responsible for my adaptation process, since they know pretty well the organization I come from! Hahaha…
Well, there is a lot to say about my working environment and soon you will get to know the other consultants I work with and how is the routine in the office!