From left: Haseeb, Fazal, Ayaz, Ibrar and Sana have been waiting for public housing since 2012. They have been living in a cubicle home since 2010 because of the long wait and difficulties finding a better place. Photo: Sam Tsang

Tiny flats mean large ethnic minority families must split to secure public housing in Hong Kong

Many extended families face difficult choices when finally offered public housing after years of waiting

Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong

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From left: Haseeb, Fazal, Ayaz, Ibrar and Sana have been waiting for public housing since 2012. They have been living in a cubicle home since 2010 because of the long wait and difficulties finding a better place. Photo: Sam Tsang
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