Lax regulations behind surge in Hong Kong’s ‘nano flats,’ land use group says

"Счастья не становится меньше, когда им делишься." Будда ©

Liber Research Community, a local non-profit researching land use issues, released a report on the proliferation of shoe-box flats in Hong Kong over the past decade. Image from the Stand News. Used with permission. This story was originally published in Chinese on the Stand News on January 4, 2021. The following English translation is published on Global Voices under a content partnership agreement. Hong Kong’s homes are getting increasingly smaller as “nano flats” proliferate in the world’s most expensive property market, leading to a decrease in the city’s living standards according to a rec…

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