Sunset Communities are mature families with people being retired or soon retired. They have low education if not none. They are elderly people with some living alone and without support from children. For those who are still working, they are likely to have low-income jobs as service and sales workers, craft and related workers, and elementary workers. Whereas for those who have retired, some rely on government subsidies for living.
Sunset Communities live in older low rent public estates located all over Hong Kong. Some of the estates were built more than 60 years ago. Representative areas include but not limited to Shek Kip Mei, Wong Tai Sin, Tuen Mun, and Yuen Long.
Sunset Settlement are low-income mature families who have grown-up children living separately. They received primary education levels or below. Some of them work as service and sales workers, craft and related workers, and elementary workers. Some may receive government subsidies or financial support from grown-up kids.
Sunset Settlement live mainly in old public estates in Hong Kong and Kowloon. They have lived in the area for many years. Representative estates include but not limited to Ming Wah Dai Ha, Lei Cheng Uk Estate, and Tai Hang Sai Estate.
Sunset Remodelling are mature families with grown-up children. Most of them are Cantonese speakers. Many received no education before. Some of them have retired and rely on government subsidies. Some may have low-income jobs as service and sales workers, craft and related workers, and elementary workers.
Sunset Remodelling live mainly in mature low-rent public estates in Kowloon. In these areas, some old estates are being redeveloped or are planned to be redeveloped. Representative estates include but not limited to Pak Tin Estate, Shek Kip Mei Estate, and Un Chau Estate.
Elderly Retirees are elderly couples or single elderly persons who are aged 65 or above living alone or with other elders. Their children are likely grown-up and live separately in different locations. With primary education levels and below, most of them have retired and rely on government subsidies and financial support from family or friends for living. Those not yet retired may be working with low-income elementary jobs.
Elderly Retirees live in mature public estates of relatively remote areas all over Hong Kong. Representative areas include but not limited to Chai Wan, Kowloon, and Tuen Mun. Representative estates include but not limited to Hing Wah Estate, Choi Hung Estate, Butterfly Estate, and Tai Hing Estate.