Hong Kong's human battery hens: Claustrophobic images show how slum families squeeze their lives into the tiniest apartments | Mail Online
Eric Nakagawa stashed this in sad
Like battery hens: A family of four tries to get on with everyday life despite living in a room where there is barely space to move in the urban slums of Hong Kong
Dinner is served... in the bedroom: Three people have been forced to share this closet-like space because rent is so high and public housing waiting lists so long
No standard of living: A man tucks into a takeaway as the walls of his room flake off around him. He has no proper bed to speak of
Stashed in: China!
It's not the morphine, it's the size of the cage: Rat Park experiment upturns conventional wisdom about addiction
Wow, great connection. Wonder how these people stay medicated.
Likely some inexpensive drug. Which is even sadder, because it puts them in a self fulfilling feedback.