Life in the 'coffin' in Hong KongThey call it the "coffin house". There are things worse than that, this is not called home. The 2-square-meter boxes only differ from the coffin where they live.
Hong Kong glittering, brightly lit with skyscrapers always have dark patches. People often look up and overwhelmed by the height of a building in Hong Kong that forgets that the larger buildings creates larger shadows.
There are hundreds of such shadows, in those shadows, hundreds of thousands of people still quietly live in a "coffin". 200,000 people live in Hong Kong every day in boxes and it does not allow them to stretch their legs properly.
For them, getting a $ 180 (about US $ 4.1 million) accommodation a month is a blessing.
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