Hong Kong : no space to die

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  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/27/2015
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    In this Nov. 27, 2015 photo, pedestrians cross a street in Mong Kok, one of the most crowded districts in Hong Kong. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC103/223465143122/NOV. 27, 2015 PHOTO/1512030731

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/28/2015
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    This Nov. 27, 2015 photo shows apartment buildings in Hong Kong. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC102/498656473939/NOV. 27, 2015 PHOTO/1512030731

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    12/02/2015
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    In this Dec. 2, 2015, Betsy Ma, sales director at Sage Funeral Services, displays some crystallized beads created from cremated ashes that can be used to make memorial gems. Sage Funeral Services started offering the service three years ago through a South Korean laboratory that uses ultrahigh heat to turn ashes into memorial gems. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC113/249773040843/DEC. 2, 2015 PHOTO/1512030734

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    12/01/2015
    Kin Cheung/AP/SIPA
    In this Dec. 1, 2015 photo, an apartment building is seen in Hong Kong where both the living and the dead compete for space in the densely populated southern Chinese city. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. That’s a problem for residents who visit grave sites on “tomb sweeping” holidays to burn incense and pay respects to venerated dead ancestors as prescribed by Chinese tradition. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)...

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/19/2015
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    In this Nov. 19, 2015 photo, graves cover a hillside next to apartment buildings at a cemetery in the Kowloon City district of Hong Kong, where both the living and dead are facing a shortage of space. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. That’s a problem for residents who visit grave sites on “tomb sweeping” holidays to burn incense and pay respects to venerated dead ancestors as prescribed by Chinese tradition....

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/22/2015
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    In this Nov. 22, 2015 photo, graves cover a hillside in front of apartment buildings in Hong Kong,the cramped southern Chinese city of 7.2 million. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. for the living. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC105/427764146419/NOV. 22, 2015 PHOTO/1512030736

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/19/2015
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    In this Nov. 19, 2015 photo, a bus drives past a cemetery in the Kowloon City district of Hong Kong. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC108/315809942010/NOV. 19, 2015 PHOTO/1512030735

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/25/2015
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    In this Nov. 25, 2015 photo, the funeral shop owner Cheng Chi-kit holds incense sticks at a funeral parlor with a wall of temporary storage niches for cremated remains in the background in Hong Kong. The ashes are awaiting a proper burial spot in space starved Hong Kong, where there’s a shortage of space for both the living and dead. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC109/626579238313/NOV. 25, 2015 PHOTO/1512030736

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    12/01/2015
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    In this Dec. 1, 2015, an elderly woman walks up a staircase at Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, a Hong Kong temple and tourist attraction that also houses one of the more than 120 columbariums that the government has deemed illegal because they violate planning and land-use regulations. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC112/793421854438/DEC. 1, 2015 PHOTO/1512030736

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/18/2015
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    In this Nov. 18, 2015 photo, graves are placed next to apartment buildings at a cemetery in the Kowloon City district of Hong Kong. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. for the living. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC111/367226523148/NOV. 18, 2015 PHOTO/1512030736

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    10/20/2015
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    In this Oct. 20, 2015 photo, incense sticks are burnt to dead ancestors with a wall of niches for cremated remains in the background at a private columbarium in Hong Kong. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC104/390459760470/OCT. 20, 2015 PHOTO/1512030736

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/28/2015
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    In this Nov. 28 photo, a woman prays as she holds a package of paper money intended to be burned as offerings to her dead father with a wall of niches for cremated remains in the background at a private columbarium in Hong Kong. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC115/42605569035/1512030736

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/30/2015
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    In this Nov. 30, 2015 photo, boxes of storage with niches for cremated remains are seen at a public columbarium in Hong Kong. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. for the living. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC107/859698818359/NOV. 30, 2015 PHOTO/1512030737

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/22/2015
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    In this Nov. 22 photo, a man walks past a wall of niches for cremated remains in the background at a public columbarium in Hong Kong. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC114/253382336952/NOV. 22, 2015 PHOTO/1512030735

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/28/2015
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    In this Nov. 28, 2015 photo, graves cover a hillside next to football pitch and apartment buildings in the Kowloon City district of Hong Kong, where both the living and dead are facing a shortage of space. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC110/867898591290/1512030737

  • Hong Kong No Space To Die
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    Hong Kong No Space To Die
    11/28/2015
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    In this Nov. 28, 2015 photo, a fading portrait is seen on a grave stone at a cemetery in the Kowloon City district of Hong Kong. In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living. Limited land to build on and soaring property prices mean Hong Kong is fast running out of space to store the dead. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) /XKC116/333200852383/NOV. 28, 2015 PHOTO/1512030735