Gap Fill - Living Space - Level 2


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A new shows there are people in Hong Kong who live in tiny . A housing group found that 204 families in one area live in homes that are than prison cells. The average space per was 4.6 square meters. This is about the of three toilet cubicles, or half the size of a car parking . The average size of a cell for Hong Kong's security prisoners is 50 per cent bigger than the size of the homes in the study. A 2016 report stated that over 65 per cent of Hong Kong live in homes that are between 7 and 14 meters.

Hong Kong has of the world's most homes. An average person has to save for 18 years to buy a tiny home. A of the housing group told reporters how people are about living in such small homes. He said: "It is completely unacceptable and that the living area for people is the same as for prisoners in such a city like Hong Kong." Another resident said the room for her and six-year-old son only has a bed, a and a small table. She said: "The bathroom is so small we have to sit to go to the toilet."

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