With laughter. The whole process lasted about 3 hours, taken to the pub, asked to come in for a trial basis, unpaid for 3 days. Probing about my family history, appearance, relationship status, filling me in on my predecessor (who was still employed and knew nothing of my offer for her job) in an unflattering light - incidentally she was amazing, and they were lucky to have her.
Here is my opinion about the interview for the experience with Shirley Liu for the following reasons: 1: As an interviewer, she did not respect the time. She was late for 8-10 minutes, but she took it as granted and did apologize for her behavior. 2: While I answered the questions, she did not listen carefully. It seems she can not wait to leave. As a multinational company, It is really shameful for Xiaomi to have a leading manager like her. I should say that is the worst interview experience I have ever had. Maybe that was why Xiaomi met the challenges in the U.K. market as reported like the flash sale. Like many Chinese multinational companies, they said they go out of China to embrace the new market, however, they are too proud to put their previous success down, and to create a new strategy. Anyway, even though I succeeded in this interview, I would refuse to work for you, because through the interview I might have a glance at your working environment. The way the interviewer treats the potential interviewee reflects her way to treat her team. The cultural environment of the company will affect business success.