Reblogged By: De De Tillman
Posted: Monday December 8, 2014 @ 3:10 a.m PST
Fifty-eight-year-old Hong Kong resident Chan Piu sleeps on a pile of newspapers on the floor because there is no space in his home for a bed.
He lives in a windowless room that is no larger than a parking space, and standing there, even for a few minutes, feels claustrophobic.
A picture of his late father hangs on the wall, watching over him silently.
It is a cramped existence, made even more so by the fact that seven other families share the same kitchen, toilet and small living area.