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Hong Kong's Coffin Homes

As the property price and rent are so high in Hong Kong, many lower class Hong Kong people are now living in the so-called "coffin Homes", which means a tiny compartment just big enough to fit in a bed within an apartment. Photography blog Hong Wrong blogs  Ko Chung Ming’s aerial shot series featuring "coffin home" families who's monthly income are around HKD8000 (approximately US1100).

As the property price and rent are so high in Hong Kong, many lower class Hong Kong people are now living in the so-called “coffin Homes”, which means a tiny compartment just big enough to fit in a bed within an apartment. Photography blog Hong Wrong blogs Ko Chung Ming’s aerial shot series featuring “coffin home” families who's monthly income are around HKD8000 (approximately US1100).

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