‘Shachuhaku’ therapy: cooped-up Hongkongers sleep in their cars to explore city during the pandemic

Shachuhaku is a Japanese term for "sleeping in a vehicle" and refers to a pastime popular in places like Australia, which have recently moved into Japan. Now more and more Hong Kong residents are heading out to camp in their cars, also because many cannot go on vacation abroad during the Covid-19 pandemic. While RVs often drive to a location and pitch tents for a night's sleep, these Shachuhaku practitioners can maintain and even use toilets ...
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