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With more than seven million people living in Hong Kong, its lack of space is a pressing issue that has been highlighted worldwide.
Many residents live in incredibly cramped conditions, with more than 200,000 of them living in sub-divided 'shoebox' flats and cage homes, reported Asian Town.
These houses often have multiple people residing in them but are no bigger than a jail cell.
Photographer Benny Lam has documented these dreary living conditions through powerful images. Check them out in the gallery.