Hong Kong is a hard-working city. You can tell as much by looking at the numbers: people here work an average of 47 hours per week, which is about ten hours more than people in Canada and twelve hours more than many people in France. What that means in real terms is that Hong Kong is always busy, often frantically so, as people rush around doing whatever it is they do. But working so hard makes you tired — and when you’re tired, you sleep. So keep that in mind when you’re wandering around and come across someone dozing off in an unlikely place and uncomfortable position.
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