The campus of Wycombe Abbey School, Hong Kong. Photo: Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong Website

Hong Kong’s land shortage is forcing international schools to set up campuses in old commercial buildings like disused shopping centres

  • Finding the right space is a challenge for schools, which have specific requirements such as large floor space, playing fields
  • Some have converted former shopping malls as they try to tap the market, in which demand has remained strong amid months of civil unrest
Topic |   Hong Kong property

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The campus of Wycombe Abbey School, Hong Kong. Photo: Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong Website
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Sandy Li

Sandy Li

Sandy Li is the property editor. She covers property market which focus in listed property firms and government policy. During her career she has won several journalism prizes, including the Citi Journalistic Excellence Award in 2011. She was first runner-up for the same award in 2010.