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Lin Yuhan

International Paralegal

“The best thing about being a part of a global team is that I get to experience different cultures and be able to improve my communication skills when there are cultural differences.”

What three words best describe your life in Osaka? First in English, then in your mother tongue.

丰富enriching 成长 growing and 独立 independence.

How was Osaka in reality to what you had imagined before you started working in Osaka?

Pretty much the same. It can be overwhelming during the first few months because everything is new. But people are patient and everything is well-organized. I can feel safe and secure living here.

How would you describe your co-workers?

Passionate and attentive to details. They are strict and serious at work to make sure the high quality service to clients but they are also friendly outside of work.

What are the challenging or difficult aspects of your work?

The details that need to be remembered. Apart from the professional knowledge, each client has different working styles and standing instructions that we need to pay attention to.

Do you feel like you're having an impact directly on the clients that you work for?

Yes, even each of us are only responsible for a small part of obtaining/ keeping the patents or designs, when we gave our advice that the clients feel as helpful, I feel like all of us are contributing to the success of a case.

What is the best thing about being a part of a global team?

Experience different cultures and be able to improve my communication skills when there are cultural differences.

What is your most treasured possession that you've obtained during your stay in Osaka thus far and why?

Having the ability to control my life. Sometimes living in a different country with the language barrier can be a struggle, but it feels good when everything is slowly built up by yourself and you can see how everything is gradually under your control.

What have been your 3 fondest leisure experiences in Kansai?

See the cherry blossom and red maple leaves in Kyoto.
Swim and sunbathe in Shirahama.
Enjoy the street food in Osaka.

I am looking forward to

skiing and snowboarding in Niseko.

What advice would you give a potential new colleague?

Always be detail-oriented and always be ready to learn. It's also important to learn how to manage your time and stress and learn how to relax.

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