In one of the more bizarre stories we've reported on, we've just learned that Hong Kong is pushing a new boundary and redefining the notion of being buried at sea. In a city of more than 7 million residents, it appears it is difficult to find a peaceful resting place for loved ones - with private cemetery spaces fetching prices upwards of $36,000 USD. To combat this issue and space restriction, designer Tin Shun But has come up with a concept building that allows residents of Hong Kong to store loved ones' ashes on a floating columbarium moored to the main land. It seems like a better idea than the columbarium in Tokyo that we learned about where families have to swipe a smart card to receive ashes from an underground vault - which we can't help but feel likens the grieving process to visiting your local store. It will be interesting to see if this idea gets off the ground.