Tight squeeze for Hong Kong's young professionals

As housing prices continue to rise in Hong Kong, young professionals are living in ever-shrinking spaces. Finance worker Adrian Law, 25, paid more than HK$6 million (US$765,000) two years ago for his tiny 292 sq foot studio apartment. Meanwhile teacher Jezz Ng, 29, has chosen to live in a new co-sharing apartment, rather than shelling out for her own rent.

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+1 1. huldu commented 92 days ago

And meanwhile in a tiny village in Africa you have a family sharing a small hut with no money.
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-1 2. Kenuty commented 92 days ago

@2 are you dumb trying to guilt trip/mock different cultures and living conditions?
Meanwhile on the sentinel island, the people still haven't experienced their first cold or disease which can instantly kill them and uses bow and arrows to hunt for food while watching out for dangerous predators and weather, they spend their entire day hunting for food to survive and bang rocks for fun.
They have no use for money


Don't be stupid.
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+2 3. ringmaster commented 91 days ago

#2 managed to referring to own comment.

Yes, this is only heaven to landlords / landladies or wealthy business people :(