Many of the renters in the latest block of government housing will pay less than HK$2,500 a month for a whole apartment, including management fees, rates and maintenance, a housing spokesman revealed yesterday. Wow! That's cheaper than a single bed at the human rabbit warren called Chung King... (Date:12/10/2019 20:11) Read full article >>

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