China - one of the countries on this blue marble that I've wanted to see since I was a kid. As fate would have it, I had the privlidge of exploring Hong Kong and Shanghai for almost a week as I traveled out of the United States to meet with our teams around the world.

My journey this holiday season put me in Hong Kong for 4 days and Shanghai for another 2, which was enough time to recouperate from a time zone change that was more disruptive than I'd anticipated, but not long enough to allow me to feel like I'd seen enough of the country to say I've really "seen it."   Of course, I say this after experiencing things like the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Victoria Peak, Wanchai, the Mid-levels Escalator, the Pudong Skyline and countless shops within Shanghai.

In the spirit of experiencing as much of China as possible, I spent considerable time with team members that included operations specialists, recruiters, communication and HR directors, our chief personnel officer and chief finance officers and my ultimate favorites, a room full of interns and new hires.  The discussions I had with every single person I met revolved around the business that they perform, the culture they live within, and the various aspects of mobile technology and social media they do, and don't, use daily.

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