People wearing masks sit with their laptops at The Executive Centre’s co-working space in Hong Kong. Photo: BloombergPeople wearing masks sit with their laptops at The Executive Centre’s co-working space in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
People wearing masks sit with their laptops at The Executive Centre’s co-working space in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Death of the office? In Asia, the workplace is just adapting to the Covid-19 disruption

  • In Hong Kong, many office workers live in small spaces, which makes it more difficult to carve out working environments at home. Asia in general is more likely to rethink the workplace rather than do away with it

People wearing masks sit with their laptops at The Executive Centre’s co-working space in Hong Kong. Photo: BloombergPeople wearing masks sit with their laptops at The Executive Centre’s co-working space in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
People wearing masks sit with their laptops at The Executive Centre’s co-working space in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
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