Hung a former cybercafe sleeper, visits one of the establishments in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Winson Wong

For HK$55 a night, Hong Kong’s ‘invisible homeless’ or working poor turn to cybercafes, amid unaffordable rents and with nowhere to go

  • Air conditioning and desktops for internet are better options than squalid, bug-infested subdivided flats or 24-hour fast-food chains
  • Social workers urge government to adopt a more centralised policy in tackling the problem and providing social housing
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Hung a former cybercafe sleeper, visits one of the establishments in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Winson Wong
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