This topic could be about specific sighs/phrases that things went well (or not so well) at the end of the interview, but I'm also a little confused as I recently had an interview in HK which went as good as it could have gone (I typically interview very well). However, after the interview was over (I was the last interview scheduled) they sent me out of the room (but didn't walk me out of the building) and one of the panel said "We'll definitely be in touch." Depending on how it's said, I think that's usually a good sign. I sent a thank you email while on the boat home that evening, and I received a reply from my contact at 11pm which almost seemed like a rejection, though it could have been a language barrier: I'll find out about this job before Friday at any rate, so I don't need to consult any oracles at least. Anyway, back onto my own topic- I find that the more you talk with them, the better the interview. Instead of simply asking/answering questions, if you can get into an actual discussion, then its money. If they just stick to asking questions and don't really have any comment, then you're probably cooked.