I safely arrived in Shenzhen on 6/6 after passing through the hurdles, and now I am living in an isolated hotel.
About a year and a half after I returned to Japan, I have been waiting for this time.
There were many times when I thought that I would never be able to go to China again.
Your help and support gave me a big courage, Thank you very much.
There are many good things about being in my home country of Japan during an emergency.
Now I can work anywhere.
We was able to relocate the Japanese corporation to my hometown, Okayama.
I learned Kyudo and Kimono, and was able to enhance the power of Japanese.
I was able to feel the Japanese response and the reality of the site.
And more than anything, I was able to save a lot of time with my family back home.
In my opinion, I should be filial to my parents ASAP when I am in my 40's.
I was able to spend time with my parents for the first time since I was 18 years old.
It was good that I could stop while my parents were doing well, as I have always put my work first.
And then, I can enjoy my life to my heart's content from now.
And this Shenzhen gives me power and saying "there is no limit"
We plan to take on new challenges near in the future, so please look forward to it!
#Can we call it global professional without knowing China now days?