As Recession Eases, No Escape for Hong Kong’s Cage Dwellers

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With temperatures reaching the mid-30s, it’s the hottest time of Hong Kong’s sticky summer. That, in addition to the recession, is making life even harder for the city’s growing number of cage dwellers–the city’s poorest inhabitants who pay roughly $170 per month to live in 18-square-foot wire cages. Read Lisa Thomas’ full story here.