A hiker rests atop a rock on Lo Fu Tau, a popular hiking trail in Lantau North Country Park, flanked by Discovery Bay and Peng Chau in November 2018. The previous month, Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced plans to realise an ambitious plan called Lantau Tomorrow Vision under which artificial islands, spanning 1,700 hectares, would be built off the eastern coast of Lantau Island. Photo: Robert Ng

How Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam can win with Lantau Tomorrow vision: make it a model for clarity

  • Hong Kong has historically thrived on reclamation, so its benefits can’t be discounted
  • However, the government must set a high standard in accountability to allay public concerns
Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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A hiker rests atop a rock on Lo Fu Tau, a popular hiking trail in Lantau North Country Park, flanked by Discovery Bay and Peng Chau in November 2018. The previous month, Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced plans to realise an ambitious plan called Lantau Tomorrow Vision under which artificial islands, spanning 1,700 hectares, would be built off the eastern coast of Lantau Island. Photo: Robert Ng
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