A miniature model of an elderly man in a “caged home” by artist Tai Yau-on illustrates the difficult living conditions some Hongkongers are forced to endure due to the city’s astronomical housing prices. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A miniature model of an elderly man in a “caged home” by artist Tai Yau-on illustrates the difficult living conditions some Hongkongers are forced to endure due to the city’s astronomical housing prices. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A miniature model of an elderly man in a “caged home” by artist Tai Yau-on illustrates the difficult living conditions some Hongkongers are forced to endure due to the city’s astronomical housing prices. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Letters | Hong Kong protests are the predictable outcome of the city’s yawning wealth gap

  • Oxfam’s 2018 report on the dangers of social inequality in Hong Kong and its proposed solutions should be required reading for the government and protesters alike

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A miniature model of an elderly man in a “caged home” by artist Tai Yau-on illustrates the difficult living conditions some Hongkongers are forced to endure due to the city’s astronomical housing prices. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A miniature model of an elderly man in a “caged home” by artist Tai Yau-on illustrates the difficult living conditions some Hongkongers are forced to endure due to the city’s astronomical housing prices. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A miniature model of an elderly man in a “caged home” by artist Tai Yau-on illustrates the difficult living conditions some Hongkongers are forced to endure due to the city’s astronomical housing prices. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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