Hello everyone, welcome back to English Speeches, and Presentations. I'm the lecturer Hongyan Zhang, at Peking University. So today we are going to talk about interviews. In our lifetime, we have many occasions to take an interview. At different stages of our life and for different purposes. As a new graduate, you may want to look for your first job, or as an experienced professional, you want to find a new job. And for those who want to start overseas, they have to take the interviews which is important part of the Roman protest. And for the past five years, the general situation is like this. Every year, in China we have five million young graduates, especially for this year. And all of them, probably all of them, they want to find a good job. And in China that means that most timely that you need to take an English interview. And I believe that elite part of them who always got a job to start overseas, they have to take interview for overseas studies. And all of them are conducted in English and I'm not telling a joke. It is also true that even if you're looking for a job that does not require you to speak English, they sometime want you to speak in English. At least make an English self-introduction. It happens a lot. And for interviews for overseas study, definitely in English, but if you want to extend your study even in China, the top universities for post-graduate study, you'll still need some skills to take an English interview. Like what we did in Peking University every year, we do English interviews for those applicants. So it happens a lot. And today, my sharings and lectures is based on my previous experience. I'll been working as an entrepreneur, actually. I had my own company, so like ten years ago, how to recruit new graduates from colleges, bachelor degrees, and people who have master degree. All of them from probably the best university in China, from Peking University, from Tsinghua University, and some have a return from their oversea study. So I have a lot of interviews for them. And also for the past two years, I've been intensively involved in conducting interviews for applicants to post-graduate study in Peking University. So as I mentioned a lot of interviews going on, and I also acted as an interviewer for Tsinghua MBA program. So for the past 10 years, I have interviews two dozens of International applicants. If they want to have the interview in Beijing, then they may have Chinese interviewers. So, coming up I'm going to share my observation and some suggestions, okay.