The “No-Face” Day: Workers In China Wear Masks To Hide Facial Expressions – Design You Trust

The “No-Face” Day: Workers In China Wear Masks To Hide Facial Expressions

Employees wear “No-Face” masks during working hours at a service company in Handan, Hebei Province of China. As a service company, staff must smile to customers every day.

On “No-Face Day,” staff wore masks to hide their facial expressions and allow them to relax.

No-Face (カオナシ kaonashi, lit. “faceless”) is a spirit in the Japanese animated film ‘Spirited Away’. He is shown to be capable of reacting to emotions and ingesting other individuals to gain their personality and physical traits.


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