New study into Hong Kong’s forsaken ‘cardboard grannies’ finds they earn just HK$716 a month

Releasing its findings on Monday, the group estimated there were about 2,900 people on the streets of Hong Kong each day collecting rubbish, though it was a rough projection based on visits to 58 of the city’s 320 recycling shops. “They are mostly …
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