SINGAPORE – Mrs Anna Tan bought an ergonomic chair last August so she could sit comfortably while working from home. But her bed proved more appealing and she often found herself retreating there with her legs stretched out, laptop on her thighs and her head on the headboard. Please subscribe or log in to continue reading the full article. Get unlimited access to all stories at $0.99/month Latest headlines and exclusive stories In-depth analyses and award-winning multimedia content Get access to all with our no-contract promotional package at only $0.99/month for the first 3 months* Subscribe now *Terms and conditions apply.
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