Can we address someone who works for 66 hours a week as a workaholic?
In my dictionary it’s a yes.
So here it is, story of RK, a 24-year-old, funny yet quirky Management Trainee of a hotpot restaurant.
“How can you choose this job, RK?” asked me to this beautiful lady in a sunny day, drinking hot chocolate.
“Well, It’s quite not a short story, but I can say that I’m kind of trapped, told her to me then blinking her eyes a little bit, then she continued.
“I don’t believe I’m living this kind of life now. Working like a robot and seeing some humans truly working as they are a super powerful robot, only need some hours to be charged then working for the whole day. This is kind of unbelievable. True story, anyway!
Being a Management Trainee for a hotpot restaurant made me live this kind of life.
I am more than grateful.
Wake up at 8.30 am in the morning, have shower, make a super neat hair bun and use hair wax, use handie talkie and get used to if it’s cable, then go to work.
There are even some procedures to go to toilet or to drink because during working time I wear company’s uniform.
I thought it is going to be a super boring life. But it turns out, not really. There are gems inside this kind of life. It is fun!
I learn how to play rubic twist, making a ball shape and a heart shape and a dog shape and snake shape whatever it is you name it.
I learn to dance with noodle, pulling the noodle dough here and there, make a beautiful movement then creates a syhmphony. Kind of new art and new game. Again, new experience.
I get a chance to live with 5 other Chinese women, eating a super Chinese breakfast. Having goji berry and plum and longan to be cooked with porridge and served as breakfast. Then having a Mandarin conversation breakfast. It is somehow makes me feel like I’m living in a little China town.
Those are new things I experienced which made my life becomes more colorful. Who says you have to go to a far place to do new things? Any experiments can be done anywhere. Go ahead, try at least 1 each day! “