It was a demanding, challenging process. It took about a month-and-a-half in China to do the cueing where we had 24 Chinese, eight German, and four American operators. None of the Chinese operators spoke any English. We had three crews of Chinese operators: one from Shanghai, one from Guangzhou, and another from Beijing. I quickly learned they worked by territory; I found it was a mistake to put a member from Guangzhou on a platform with a member from Beijing. In the interest of harmony, I ...

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