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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).