workers in china wear masks to hide facial expressions - masked facial expression
Sometimes you don't want to be exposed at work, and some companies in China are taking this to another level.
Look at the employee who is not exposed!
And, obviously, it's not just a prank to confuse the boss.
The company in Handan city, northern China's Hebei province held
Tuesday is known as a "loose Day", allowing workers to wear masks to hide facial expressions.
According to The Associated Press, the monthly event uses a variety of themes, allowing security guards to go to the office staff to put their hair down, and it can be said that "no-show day" is the latest day.
To encourage anonymity, many people wear black clothes that are equally expressionless. and-
A white mask with purple highlights in the Japanese animated film "Chihiro", in which one sees an ominous, ghostly figure known as "faceless" wearing it
The story, originally released in Japan in 2001, tells the story of a girl trapped in the spiritual world.
"Office" has become the most profitable film in the history of the United States.
Even more than the Japanese box of Titanic.
Office box office revenue 1997-
1998, and won the Oscar for best animated feature film in 2002.