Francis Neoton Cheung

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The View | New generation of Hong Kong property tycoons faces greater expectations

Victor Li, Adam Kwok and Adrian Cheng are among the inheritors of Hong Kong’s biggest property conglomerates, at a time when Hongkongers are demanding greater corporate social responsibility and better living solutions.

5 Jun 2019 - 10:27PM

Victor Li, Adam Kwok and Adrian Cheng are among the inheritors of Hong Kong’s biggest property conglomerates, at a time when Hongkongers are demanding greater corporate social responsibility and better living solutions.

New generation of Hong Kong property tycoons faces greater expectations
Don’t blame mall owners or Link Reit for problems at public housing estate shops
How the China model can lead revamp of controversial Hong Kong think tank
Land exchange option could reinvigorate Hong Kong's urban renewal
Why not a second airport for Hong Kong?
Too-lenient rules for private columbariums expose consumers to exploitation
The missing links for East Lantau Metropolis

Given that grand visions outlined in policy addresses often find their way to the dustbin of history, it will be interesting to see whether the proposal for an East Lantau Metropolis, a 1,000-hectare artificial island in waters between Hong Kong Island and Lantau, will ever become reality.

13 Jul 2017 - 8:21AM

Given that grand visions outlined in policy addresses often find their way to the dustbin of history, it will be interesting to see whether the proposal for an East Lantau Metropolis, a 1,000-hectare artificial island in waters between Hong Kong Island and Lantau, will ever become reality.

The missing links for East Lantau Metropolis
Out of the past to solve Hong Kong's present housing problem

Initial reactions to the government's long-term housing strategy consultation document have tended to focus on its gaping hole - the availability of land needed to build the proposed 470,000 housing units over the next decade. However, attempts to fill the hole with talk of sacrificing precious country park land opened a can of worms so big that few dared to broach the subject again.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Initial reactions to the government's long-term housing strategy consultation document have tended to focus on its gaping hole - the availability of land needed to build the proposed 470,000 housing units over the next decade. However, attempts to fill the hole with talk of sacrificing precious country park land opened a can of worms so big that few dared to broach the subject again.

Out of the past to solve Hong Kong's present housing problem