Landlord representatives Ng Suk-ching, left and Tse Siu-har will both rent their flats to an NGO as part of a scheme to provide affordable housing to the poor. Photo: Edward Wong Landlord representatives Ng Suk-ching, left and Tse Siu-har will both rent their flats to an NGO as part of a scheme to provide affordable housing to the poor. Photo: Edward Wong
Landlord representatives Ng Suk-ching, left and Tse Siu-har will both rent their flats to an NGO as part of a scheme to provide affordable housing to the poor. Photo: Edward Wong

Meet the Hong Kong landlords who are happy to drop rent

Ng Suk-ching wants to help those without homes, and plans to find a smaller flat so she can rent her current one to an NGO

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Landlord representatives Ng Suk-ching, left and Tse Siu-har will both rent their flats to an NGO as part of a scheme to provide affordable housing to the poor. Photo: Edward Wong Landlord representatives Ng Suk-ching, left and Tse Siu-har will both rent their flats to an NGO as part of a scheme to provide affordable housing to the poor. Photo: Edward Wong
Landlord representatives Ng Suk-ching, left and Tse Siu-har will both rent their flats to an NGO as part of a scheme to provide affordable housing to the poor. Photo: Edward Wong
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