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Interview Podcast – Introducing Sheng Qiang, 2nd SAP Mentor in China

Lately, Mark Finnern Welcome the New SAP Mentors Spring 2010 for Spring 2010 and one of them, Sheng Qiang, is from China.

Jilly Qian, who’s community evangelist in SCN China, conducted an interview with Sheng about his perspective of SCN in China.

The following questions were asked during the interview.

  1. 0:17 Self-introduction
  2. 1:59 How do you prefer to participate in SCN?
  3. 3:03 How has participation in SCN helped with your personal and career development?
  4. 4:20 What aspects of communities do you think our Chinese-speaking members like most?
  5. 5:30 How can we get more SCN members like you to contribute more? What kinds of events do you think we SCN China should provide for our Chinese-speaking members?
  6. 7:16 What does SAP Mentor mean to you?

Highlights from Sheng’s interview:

  • 2:13 SCN forum is the best resource pool when I get stuck.
  • 3:10 In retrospect, it is very wise for me to participate in SCN. Originally I registered and wanna get help in SCN , And then with the accumulation of experience, I get started to answer other members’ questions gradually.
  • 4:42 Chinese-speaking SAP guys have a platform to communicate in mother tongue, which is great news for those who feel difficult to communicate in English.
  • 5:39 As an official community, SCN has incomparable edges over others.
  • 6:04 … promote our SCN to both customers and prospects during the sales activities and product licensing period.

Listen to the 8-minute podcast to hear what Sheng said.

Please click here for the Chinese version interview.

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      Author's profile photo Shen Peng
      Shen Peng
      To Sheng Qiang:
      Congratulations, I'm very proud of you.
      Author's profile photo Jon Reed
      Jon Reed
      Shengtao -

      Glad to learn more of our Chinese SAP Mentors! Hopefully someday we will meet, either I make it to an SAP TechEd in China or we see you at another one. SAP Mentors are global and I'm sure I speak for many Mentors to say we look forward to getting to you know better.

      - Jon

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      Former Member
      Hi, Jon
      I always "see" you virtually and really love to meet you in person in the future (hope it'll be very near one). I'd also like to connect you to the mentors from China and share different perspective about how SAP solutions&products have been adopted and implemented in China.