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People from Hong Kong have found a solution to their long working hours

Siyi Chen
By Siyi Chen

Video Journalist

Hong Kong

A new business offering people a place to nap in the middle of the day is taking root here. They’re called nap lounges, and as you’ll see in the video above, they come in all varieties.

It should come as no surprise that nap lounges are taking off in Hong Kong.  People on the island are notorious for their deeply entrenched work ethic, and Hong Kong is rightly known as the epicenter of workaholics: Hong Kongese work more than 50 hours per week, on average. That’s the longest workweek in the world.  

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