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Staff at a company in Handan, China, wore "No-Face" masks to work on Tuesday.
After spending the year smiling at customers every day, on "No-Face Day" employees were allowed to wear masks to "reduce pressure" and "relax themselves", according to ChinaFotoPress.
Many chose to wear the masks from the 2001 Japanese film Spirited Away of the character No-Face.
Others wore the Guy Fawkes mask popularised by activist group Anonymous...
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