A smart city should contain elements of a smart economy, and consider mobility, the environment, people, living and governance. Photo: Reuters
A smart city should contain elements of a smart economy, and consider mobility, the environment, people, living and governance. Photo: Reuters

Technology alone won’t turn Hong Kong into a smart city

Wendell Chan says if the city is to be a role model, the government must remember that sound urban planning, and truly smart air and water policies are necessary

A smart city should contain elements of a smart economy, and consider mobility, the environment, people, living and governance. Photo: Reuters
A smart city should contain elements of a smart economy, and consider mobility, the environment, people, living and governance. Photo: Reuters
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