It's not that we don't like the gym. It's that our enthusiasm for thirty minutes on the treadmill is highly contingent on the time of day, and what you're suggesting means getting out of bed at six in the morning and biking downtown before the subway even opens for the day. That might interest other people. But not us. Because if the sun isn't up then neither are we.

Learning Cantonese? If you're a total beginner to the language you'll want to start from our series on high-frequency phrases. But if you already have a bit under your belt, why not try this lesson, which focuses on an adverb that you'll hear all the time in Hong Kong when people are giving orders or making suggestions, like "get out of bed and come to the gym with us tomorrow."