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Thousands living in tiny homes in Hong Kong

30 July 2013 Last updated at 04:16 BST

Thousands of Hong Kong residents are living in homes barely big enough to fit a bed and a table.

According to a recent study commissioned by the Hong Kong government, more than 65,000 families are living in tiny homes.

Many of them can't afford to rent a proper home because property prices are among the highest in the world.

As part of our series looking at the housing industry across the globe - Jennifer Pak went to meet some of these families.

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