End of the high life for Hong Kong's unwanted rooftop dwellers

HONG KONG: Their precarious rooftop houses have offered refuge from an unaffordable Hong Kong property market, but some of the territory's poorest residents face losing their makeshift homes as the government seeks to dismantle them.

"The planning of evictions should be linked to the planning of resettlement," said Lui.

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