Tight squeeze for Hong Kong's young professionals

Hong Kong (AFP) - As housing prices spiral in Hong Kong, young professionals are living in ever-shrinking spaces, with "nano-flats" touted as fashionable solutions.Finance worker Adrian Law, 25, paid more than HK$6 million ($765,000) two years ago for his tiny studio apartment in a new development.

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