A man walks in front of a residential and commercial building, where so-called "coffin homes" are located in Hong Kong. In wealthy Hong Kong, there's a dark side to a housing boom, with hundreds of thousands of people forced to live in partitioned shoebox apartments, "coffin homes" and other "inadequate housing. Photo: AP Photo
Peter Guy
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The View by Peter Guy

Hong Kong needs to wake up and smell the coffee to stay relevant

This city must break the nexus between its vested interests and government, for Hong Kong to remain relevant.

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A man walks in front of a residential and commercial building, where so-called "coffin homes" are located in Hong Kong. In wealthy Hong Kong, there's a dark side to a housing boom, with hundreds of thousands of people forced to live in partitioned shoebox apartments, "coffin homes" and other "inadequate housing. Photo: AP Photo
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