Jesse Chan and his wife can only save a few thousand after paying rent, food and taking care of his retired parents and son, who is almost two years old. Photos; David Wong Jesse Chan and his wife can only save a few thousand after paying rent, food and taking care of his retired parents and son, who is almost two years old. Photos; David Wong
Jesse Chan and his wife can only save a few thousand after paying rent, food and taking care of his retired parents and son, who is almost two years old. Photos; David Wong

‘It’d be like winning the lottery’: Owning Hong Kong property is a pipe dream for so many of city’s ‘sandwich class’

Jesse Chan and his wife moved in with his parents to save costs, but they can still only save a few thousand a month

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Jesse Chan and his wife can only save a few thousand after paying rent, food and taking care of his retired parents and son, who is almost two years old. Photos; David Wong Jesse Chan and his wife can only save a few thousand after paying rent, food and taking care of his retired parents and son, who is almost two years old. Photos; David Wong
Jesse Chan and his wife can only save a few thousand after paying rent, food and taking care of his retired parents and son, who is almost two years old. Photos; David Wong
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