Residential buildings in Wong Tai Sin are flanked by the iconic Lion Rock mountain on July 17. Hong Kong has long topped rankings of the most expensive housing in the world. Photo: Sun Yeung Residential buildings in Wong Tai Sin are flanked by the iconic Lion Rock mountain on July 17. Hong Kong has long topped rankings of the most expensive housing in the world. Photo: Sun Yeung
Residential buildings in Wong Tai Sin are flanked by the iconic Lion Rock mountain on July 17. Hong Kong has long topped rankings of the most expensive housing in the world. Photo: Sun Yeung

Letters | The real trouble with Hong Kong: inadequate education and housing policies

  • Far from Hongkongers’ complacency or a superiority complex being to blame for their problems, it is government inaction on key issues that has brought the city to its current crisis

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Residential buildings in Wong Tai Sin are flanked by the iconic Lion Rock mountain on July 17. Hong Kong has long topped rankings of the most expensive housing in the world. Photo: Sun Yeung Residential buildings in Wong Tai Sin are flanked by the iconic Lion Rock mountain on July 17. Hong Kong has long topped rankings of the most expensive housing in the world. Photo: Sun Yeung
Residential buildings in Wong Tai Sin are flanked by the iconic Lion Rock mountain on July 17. Hong Kong has long topped rankings of the most expensive housing in the world. Photo: Sun Yeung
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