In Pics: Life in Hong Kong ridicules humanity, people have Toilets in Kitchen

The concept of tree houses represents the idea of plush living, where the space constraint is cherished by those who are born with a silver spoon in their mouth. However, some do not have a choice but to permanently live in a toy-like house that too in the last innings of life.

(Photo courtesy: Daily Mail)

(Photo courtesy: Daily Mail)

People in Hong Kong are breathing in a barely spaced chicken houses, where the sunlight fails to reach and the air refuses to enter.

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(Photo courtesy: Daily Mail)

These dark gloomy abodes cost staggering £400 per month for 60-sq-ft room and £182 per month for 20-sq-ft.
Like we have attached bathrooms and toilets, these people are trying to cope up with attached kitchen and toilet.

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(Photo courtesy: Daily Mail)

The houses have ridiculed the living conditions in a metropolis, so much so that the United Nations has criticized it as ‘an insult to human dignity,’ reported the Daily Mail.

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A man is living in a cupboard-like room, which looks more like a coffin from outside.

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(Photo courtesy: Daily Mail)

This is how joint-families are managing space constraints.

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(Photo courtesy: Daily Mail)

(Photo courtesy: Daily Mail)

(Photo courtesy: Daily Mail)

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