Living in 15 sq ft: Inside Hong Kong’s coffin homes

Living in 15 sq ft: inside hong kong’s coffin homes

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Living in 15 sq ft: Inside Hong Kong’s coffin homes” – below is their description.

Hong Kong’s pricey property market has a dark side – cramped and claustrophobic subdivided flats, where people live in spaces as small as 15 sq ft (1.4 sq metres). What is life like inside a flat smaller than a prison cell? SCMP explores the city’s shoebox flats through the lives of those who call these tiny spaces home.

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