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Cramped living conditions of Hong Kong's poor

In order to shed light in the plight of Hong Kong's poor, the NGO Society for Community Organization has released these photos that show how the lower spectrum of society survives in the city with one of the 5th. most expensive rent per square metre worldwide.



I found this on the net and thought it would be nice to share.



PS: Square feet 28ft² = 2.6013 m²




A family eats a meal together in their small apartment in Hong Kong. (Benny Lam/SoCO/Rex USA)









An elderly person sits in her home in the urban slums of Hong Kong. (Benny Lam/SoCO/Rex USA)









Children do homework while their parents go about their daily routine in their family apartment the urban slums of Hong Kong. (Benny Lam/SoCO/Rex USA)









An elderly person prepares a meal in her apartment in the urban slums of Hong Kong. (Benny Lam/SoCO/Rex USA)









A single man with a low income sleeps in his apartment in the urban slums of Hong Kong. (Benny Lam/SoCO/Rex USA)









An unemployed man eats his dinner. His apartment is 28 square feet. (Benny Lam/SoCO/Rex USA)









A man does chores in his apartment. (Benny Lam/SoCO/Rex USA)









An elderly man living in his home in the urban slums of Hong Kong. (Benny Lam/SoCO/Rex USA)


Added: Mar-10-2013 Occurred On: Mar-10-2013
By: no compromise truth
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Tags: Hong Kong, appartments, living conditions, Chungking Express
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