Unveiled Reality: Hong Kong Housing Problem, documentary, 10 minutes


200,000 people in Hong Kong live in inadequate housings, but most people are not aware of their actual housing conditions. How do these inadequate housings actually look like? In order to raise people’s awareness of the real housing situation in Hong Kong, Unveiled Reality is dedicated to providing a visual representation of various types of inadequate housings in Hong Kong, which include cage houses, coffin cubicles, and subdivided (partitioned) flats. The film also presents several interviews conducted with a housing non-profit organization called Society of Community Organization (SoCO) as well as a housing expert and an entrepreneur, thereby bringing in diverse perspectives on the reality of Hong Kong’s housing problem.

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