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Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener

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Jumat, 10 Sep 2021 08:00 WIB

Jakarta - Warga Hong Kong punya masalah klasik, yaitu kesulitan dapat tempat tinggal gara-gara lahan terbatas. Bahkan ada warga yang tinggal di 'kandang'.

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Rumah kandang di Hong Kong ini biasanya disewa oleh warga miskin. Pasalnya, biasa sewa properti di Hong Kong sudah naik gila-gilaan dalam 10 tahun terakhir. Foto: Virtual Hong Kong: New World, Old Traditions / youtube
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Rumah kandang ini rata-rata berukuran 2x1 meter. Untuk kamar mandi disediakan WC umum yang bisa dipakai bersama penghuni lain. Foto: Society for Community Organization / youtube
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Biawa sewa 'rumah kandang' ini sekitar 1.300 dolar Hong Kong per bulan atau sekitar Rp 2,4 juta. Foto: FAILORBIT / youtube
HONG KONG, CHINA - NOVEMBER 27: 78 years old Tam Wing Dik lays in his cage dwelling on November 27, 2010 in Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong's property prices having soared over the past year with urban redevelopment shrinking the supply of older, cheaper blocks. Thousands of men still dwelling in 15-square-foot cubicles or cages are being forced to vacate premises as the properties are being sold to developers and low cost accommodation becomes more difficult to find due to increasing cost of rent. Approximately 1,000 or so men are still estimated to live in squalid and cramped conditions in old tenement flats as Hong Kong's yawning wealth gap widens. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, along with his fellow residents, has been given 1 month to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, has been given 1 month along with his fellow residents to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Mr Tam says he has no idea of where he will end up. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
Tidak ada dapur di lantai 'rumah kandang' ini. Hanya ada wastafel dan kamar mandi saja. Foto: Getty Images
HONG KONG, CHINA - NOVEMBER 27: 78 years old Tam Wing Dik lays in his cage dwelling on November 27, 2010 in Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong's property prices having soared over the past year with urban redevelopment shrinking the supply of older, cheaper blocks. Thousands of men still dwelling in 15-square-foot cubicles or cages are being forced to vacate premises as the properties are being sold to developers and low cost accommodation becomes more difficult to find due to increasing cost of rent. Approximately 1,000 or so men are still estimated to live in squalid and cramped conditions in old tenement flats as Hong Kong's yawning wealth gap widens. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, along with his fellow residents, has been given 1 month to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, has been given 1 month along with his fellow residents to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Mr Tam says he has no idea of where he will end up. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
Pemerintah Hong Kong memprediksi 'rumah kandang' ini pertama kali muncul pada 1950 saat pendatang dari China lagi banyak-banyaknya. Foto: Getty Images
HONG KONG, CHINA - NOVEMBER 27: 78 years old Tam Wing Dik lays in his cage dwelling on November 27, 2010 in Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong's property prices having soared over the past year with urban redevelopment shrinking the supply of older, cheaper blocks. Thousands of men still dwelling in 15-square-foot cubicles or cages are being forced to vacate premises as the properties are being sold to developers and low cost accommodation becomes more difficult to find due to increasing cost of rent. Approximately 1,000 or so men are still estimated to live in squalid and cramped conditions in old tenement flats as Hong Kong's yawning wealth gap widens. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, along with his fellow residents, has been given 1 month to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, has been given 1 month along with his fellow residents to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Mr Tam says he has no idea of where he will end up. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
Pasokan rumah tinggal yang layak menjadi masalah besar bagi Hong Kong di tengah pertumbuhan ekonominya yang pesat.Foto: Getty Images
HONG KONG, CHINA - NOVEMBER 27: 78 years old Tam Wing Dik lays in his cage dwelling on November 27, 2010 in Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong's property prices having soared over the past year with urban redevelopment shrinking the supply of older, cheaper blocks. Thousands of men still dwelling in 15-square-foot cubicles or cages are being forced to vacate premises as the properties are being sold to developers and low cost accommodation becomes more difficult to find due to increasing cost of rent. Approximately 1,000 or so men are still estimated to live in squalid and cramped conditions in old tenement flats as Hong Kong's yawning wealth gap widens. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, along with his fellow residents, has been given 1 month to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, has been given 1 month along with his fellow residents to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Mr Tam says he has no idea of where he will end up. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
Satu lantai apartemen seluas 37 meter persegi bisa memuat 20 'rumah kandang' yang diposisikan bertumpuk. Foto: Getty Images
HONG KONG, CHINA - NOVEMBER 27: 78 years old Tam Wing Dik lays in his cage dwelling on November 27, 2010 in Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong's property prices having soared over the past year with urban redevelopment shrinking the supply of older, cheaper blocks. Thousands of men still dwelling in 15-square-foot cubicles or cages are being forced to vacate premises as the properties are being sold to developers and low cost accommodation becomes more difficult to find due to increasing cost of rent. Approximately 1,000 or so men are still estimated to live in squalid and cramped conditions in old tenement flats as Hong Kong's yawning wealth gap widens. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, along with his fellow residents, has been given 1 month to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, has been given 1 month along with his fellow residents to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Mr Tam says he has no idea of where he will end up. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
Para penghuni 'rumah kandang' ini hanya bisa selonjoran atau duduk bersila di dalam kotak tersebut, sama sekali tidak bisa berdiri. Foto: Getty Images
HONG KONG, CHINA - NOVEMBER 27: 78 years old Tam Wing Dik lays in his cage dwelling on November 27, 2010 in Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong's property prices having soared over the past year with urban redevelopment shrinking the supply of older, cheaper blocks. Thousands of men still dwelling in 15-square-foot cubicles or cages are being forced to vacate premises as the properties are being sold to developers and low cost accommodation becomes more difficult to find due to increasing cost of rent. Approximately 1,000 or so men are still estimated to live in squalid and cramped conditions in old tenement flats as Hong Kong's yawning wealth gap widens. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, along with his fellow residents, has been given 1 month to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Tam Wing Dik, suffering from mental illness, has been given 1 month along with his fellow residents to evacuate the building, which has been sold to developers. Mr Tam says he has no idea of where he will end up. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
Pemerintah Hong Kong memperkirakan ada 100.000 warganya yang hidup di hunian tidak nyaman seperti 'rumah kandang' ini. Foto: Getty Images
Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener
Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener
Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener
Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener
Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener
Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener
Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener
Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener
Ini Rumah Orang atau Kandang? Serem Bener