How can a city adapt towards a more flexible way of living and working? Columnist Justin Zhuang reflects on his own work-from-home experience and shares his observations.
When I first began working from home a decade ago, most of my friends were amazed it actually worked. Or that I actually did work. Fast forward to 2020, and it has become a reality for most. The pandemic has changed how traditional office are used and led many to turn their homes into workspaces. What was meant to be temporary is becoming a new normal as companies rethink their setup to support working from home.