Singapore

In 1991 I worked in Singapore for Lee Sian Teck. He often rewarded a successful client presentation by leaving a large jar of caviar on my drawing board. One morning, despite apparent continuing satisfaction with my work, the caviar stopped arriving. I later learned I had broken an unwritten code ...

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