|Life in a Cage|
|Written by Christopher DeWolf, Zoe Li and William McCallum|
|Tuesday, 04 November 2008|
Gong Siu-gau is 62 years old. He has been unemployed for over ten years. He survives on a social welfare allowance of just $3,200 per month. The only housing he can afford is a cage.
Click below to watch and listen to a report on the cage-dwellers who live on the margins of Hong Kong society.
|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 18 November 2008 )|
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