Would YOU live in a 'coffin home' to beat the housing crisis? Hong Kong residents forced to live in tiny bunkers after property prices skyrocket by 50 per cent

Skyrocketing rental prices in Hong Kong have seen more people living in ‘coffin homes’ measuring just 1.9 square metres in size as that is all people can afford there. The likes of Wong Ziwa lives in one of these tiny low-ceiling abodes that he calls home.
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