It’s been a long time since my last post on January 2017. This is the story of my new journey in Malaysia.
I was officially moved and resigned from my old company on 31st December 2016. During my last two weeks, I have been working to do some knowledge exchange to my new teammate (which technically replacing me). A lot of stuff need to be done at that time. From explained to them how to use our corporate systems, what we have done so far, what was difficulties, unresolved issues and so on (Probably you understand if you ever faced the same condition before as what I did).
My ex is a great company. Truly. But I think I need to move on.
In the end, in every a story, there are something to learn for. This is my story and what I have learned in my journey in past two and half year with my ex. 😉
Disclaimer: The Hunger Games Guide to Indonesia – First, to make it clear, I am Indonesian. This first post is just for your info only, but a few advice are still correct as per this post writing. So, enjoy your time. 🙂
It is already two years plus since the first time I started working abroad, out of my beloved country, Indonesia. Over twenty-two years I grew up and living in that nice place, with a lot of cultures, nice food, families and relatives; and now I need to stand in my own way for my future life and gain more experiences in my life.
I started working as an employee in one of the consulting firm in Malaysia. Although it never comes to my mind to settle here in Malaysia, I still believe there are a lot of new opportunities that I can learn for the next few years.
All my colleagues in my office always ask the same question again and again. What is your advice to travel to Indonesia, Randy? Can you give me a guide to Indonesia?
I will emphasize, my business trip keypoints in this post; And this is my last post for Singapore Business Trip. If you haven’t read the old second chapter you can get it here, or you want to see the first one, you also can get it here.
Here I am in Kuala Lumpur. I just went back from Singapore. I went there for around 6 days. A lot of things happened in that 6 days and I got a chance to have one-day rest break and I definitely will not lose that chance! Ok let’s talk about work first and I will describe my travel logs later in next section. In addition, I will cover up business trip keypoints that probably is the main concern of this post. Let’s start with my working journal. Continue reading “Singapore Business Trip Keypoints – Part 3 Finale”