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วันพุธที่ 5 เมษายน พ.ศ. 2560

Affordable housing a distant dream for ordinary Hongkongers

Affordable housing a distant dream for ordinary Hongkongers
- If you have caring but cashless parents, uncles, and aunts, they can pool their savings to get you on the housing ladder. But don’t forget HK$3 million will only buy you a 160 sq ft coffin flat. So shun marriage like the plague. As ousted legislator Yau Wai-ching infamously noted, coffin homes are too cramped to make love.
If you foolishly decide to take the plunge and somehow manage to consummate your marriage in cramped quarters, wear protection because baby makes three. A 160 sq ft home divided by three leaves each of you less space than the Stanley Prison cell former chief executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen now occupies.