During the pandemic, work from home has been common. Another less common trend also took place. Living at work. Workers in Vietnam lived inside factories to keep products on shelves during the pandemic. “The lines between their workplace and home evaporated. For nearly three weeks, Nam slept with a blanket on a mattress in a warehouse alongside around 100 other male colleagues, moving between there, the company canteen and the production line in what felt like a twilight of unending work. His life revolved around screens. As the factory’s main product, they gave him his livelihood. Come rest time, his attention would narrow into the device, the only way to connect with family and friends.” (This is something to keep in mind if your Christmas gifts arrive a little late this year.)