Voice of Success

Mr. Lim Han Seng

University Malaysia Sabah

FUJITSU LIMITED

Q1. Why did you decide to join Fujitsu Japan?

Working in a Japanese company really train one’s self disciplines. Generally Japanese company embraces their talents a lot and treat each and every employees as their important assets. Everyone treasures the teamwork and helping each other to achieve the goals and drive to success regardless of one’s background.

The department I am in right now is very diverse. I have coworkers from different countries and it is really interesting to see people from different background and cultures work together. Even though Japanese language is still the major medium of communication, some of the documents and information are made in bilinguals, and that has always been the considerate side of the Japanese.

As for about living in Japan, it’s always fun and exciting. You will be able to experience four seasons and a lot of festivals to celebrating the seasons. Of course you will get to experience the most out of Japan when you can speak the language fluently, and that is also what I am working on very hard right now outside of working hours.

Q2. What kind of job are you in charge of?

I will continue to broaden my views and knowledge in order to solve world’s problems, and continue to sharpen and develop new skillsets in order to become a successful engineer.

Together with FUJITSU, shaping better tomorrow.

Q3. How is working in a Japanese Company ? How do you feel living in Japan?

Working in a Japanese company really train one’s self disciplines. Generally Japanese company embraces their talents a lot and treat each and every employees as their important assets. Everyone treasures the teamwork and helping each other to achieve the goals and drive to success regardless of one’s background.

The department I am in right now is very diverse. I have coworkers from different countries and it is really interesting to see people from different background and cultures work together. Even though Japanese language is still the major medium of communication, some of the documents and information are made in bilinguals, and that has always been the considerate side of the Japanese.

As for about living in Japan, it’s always fun and exciting. You will be able to experience four seasons and a lot of festivals to celebrating the seasons. Of course you will get to experience the most out of Japan when you can speak the language fluently, and that is also what I am working on very hard right now outside of working hours.

Q4. What are your plans for the future?

I will continue to broaden my views and knowledge in order to solve world’s problems, and continue to sharpen and develop new skillsets in order to become a successful engineer.

Together with FUJITSU, shaping better tomorrow.

Q5. Message for the younger generations interested in working in Japan

Dare to dream big, eager to pursue!
Step out of comfort zone, make “magic” real!
You only live once, you gotta live once!

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