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The sleepers are a testimony to a China where workers wake up early, go to bed late and recuperate with short naps during the day, showing a respect for biological rhythms, and an awareness of the body and its needs. Workers escape from the present, taking a momentary time out, without fear of being seen. These candid siestas reveal the complex link in China between private and public spheres: private life overflowing onto the sidewalk; privacy integrating with the wider community.—Elsa Fayner Shanghai-based photographer Eric Leleu captures various incarnations of the nap in a series he calls Day Dreamers. From factory worker to executive, Leleu shows us there is no wrong way to catch a snooze in the hustle and bustle of Shanghai.
it is amazing to see those photo. And i thought that Siesta only done in Spain.
I've seen some stuff on this before. It really is amazing that they're able to sleep anywhere, anytime.
how do one sleep like that and not be mobile? especially with me, im a traveler when i sleep, im freaken every where...if that was me, i would have fallen off those bikes (*_*)