Agence France-PresseMarch 12, 2014 02:50
Dangling his feet off the edge of a skyscraper more than 50 storeys above the streets of Hong Kong, Jonathan Tsang looks as relaxed as if he was kicking back in his own living room.
For most people the view below would be a dizzying, terrifying spectacle. But for 25-year-old Tsang, it brings a sense of calm.
"The population is really dense and sometimes it's just kind of suffocating to the point where you need some time to yourself," he said. "That's mostly why I come up here."