The photo was taken on September 11. Malaysia｜The Belt and Road East Coast Railway Project Malaysia plans to change the route The Malaysian government said on September 8 that it plans to adjust the route of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project, which is about US$10.6 billion in line with China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative. Therefore, it will negotiate with the Chinese government and contractors. , re-evaluate the cost and construction period.
The railway is planned to have a total length of 640 color correction services kilometers, connecting Kota Bharu, the capital of the state of Kelantan, on the border with Thailand, in the northeast of the Malay peninsula, and Selangor, on the Strait of Malacca, in the west. ) Port Klang, originally scheduled for completion in 2026. However, due to the high cost, the project was temporarily suspended in 2018. After cutting nearly one-third of the budget to about US$10.6 billion, it resumed work in 2019. The state-owned China Communications Construction Co., Ltd. The company's Malaysia branch contracted railway construction projects. It has also been one year since I joined this large travel network company in the Netherlands.
I would like to say that with this milestone, I have sorted out the differences in product development team culture between the East and the West, and the differences in communication and cooperation between startups and large enterprises in the past year. I hope it can be used as a reference for friends who want to work in Europe or who are considering working in an enterprise-level team. No one will "assign" you things, everyone can be their own master I still remember when I first arrived, my supervisor said to me, "In the first month, we hope that you will adapt to this company and this new country. Just tell me, I'd be happy to let you do it anytime." I was actually quite surprised at the moment, because it was very different from what I experienced in Asia: maybe it was easier for newcomers to get started.