Lohas Park is just another high-rise property development given a ”smart” badge – a ghost town without the kind of intelligent investment in civic infrastructure that would justify it being thought of as “liveable”, writes David Dodwell. Photo: Martin Chan
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

Hong Kong’s plan to become a ‘smart’ city needs some fresh thinking

Hong Kong should look to Tokyo, as well as Huawei and ZTE, for guidance on how to build a ‘liveable’ city

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Lohas Park is just another high-rise property development given a ”smart” badge – a ghost town without the kind of intelligent investment in civic infrastructure that would justify it being thought of as “liveable”, writes David Dodwell. Photo: Martin Chan
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