Women around the world will know the frustration of standing in seemingly interminable lines for the restroom, while watching men waltz in and out of urinals with no wait.
The Hong Kong Toilet Association says it has a solution to this age-old problem. It is calling for female urinals to be built in the city’s public toilets.
The association says such facilities would cut peeing time to just 90 seconds, compared with the usual two to three minutes, and help to shorten lines outside women’s washrooms.
Urinals would also take up only half the space of a full cubicle, the group said, adding that the facilities could include disposable paper urine funnels to help women aim accurately. They could
A shocking attack by suspected triad members in Hong Kong has focused attention on Yuen Long, a northern district where the violence took place.
It is a bustling district in Hong Kong’s New Territories, where, less than a century ago, visitors found little more than a cluster of agricultural villages.
In the 1980s, Yuen Long’s town center was built and a new residential town called Tin Shui Wai was established.
But people in the district still cling to their cultural heritage and traditional roots.
Denise Tsang, a reporter with the South China Morning Post, visits the neighborhood.