Guardian correspondent Benjamin Haas spent a week living in one of Hong Kong’s notorious coffin homes. He describes being inside one of the tiny cubicles that are home to some of the city’s poorest residents as ‘hot, stuffy, loud, musty’. ‘You can hear everything that’s happening,’ he says. ‘You can hear snoring, people watching kung-fu movies, you can hear when people begin to take drugs.’

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