Sadly, Hong Kong’s “sandwich” class has ­suffered the effects of economic downturns over the years, without enjoying much in the way of social ­welfare or benefits. Illustration: Craig Stephens Sadly, Hong Kong’s “sandwich” class has ­suffered the effects of economic downturns over the years, without enjoying much in the way of social ­welfare or benefits. Illustration: Craig Stephens
Sadly, Hong Kong’s “sandwich” class has ­suffered the effects of economic downturns over the years, without enjoying much in the way of social ­welfare or benefits. Illustration: Craig Stephens

Carrie Lam’s focus on affordable housing in Hong Kong will finally help the squeezed ‘sandwich’ class

Ken Chu welcomes the chief executive’s initiatives on housing, especially for young families, as they will benefit the often-neglected ‘sandwich class’ and reinstate their faith in the city’s future

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Sadly, Hong Kong’s “sandwich” class has ­suffered the effects of economic downturns over the years, without enjoying much in the way of social ­welfare or benefits. Illustration: Craig Stephens Sadly, Hong Kong’s “sandwich” class has ­suffered the effects of economic downturns over the years, without enjoying much in the way of social ­welfare or benefits. Illustration: Craig Stephens
Sadly, Hong Kong’s “sandwich” class has ­suffered the effects of economic downturns over the years, without enjoying much in the way of social ­welfare or benefits. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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