While Hong Kong’s government-led “Smart City” initiative dates back to 2017, residents of villages in the New Territories say they are still struggling with poor internet service and no mobile phone coverage. Photo: Shutterstock. While Hong Kong’s government-led “Smart City” initiative dates back to 2017, residents of villages in the New Territories say they are still struggling with poor internet service and no mobile phone coverage. Photo: Shutterstock.
While Hong Kong’s government-led “Smart City” initiative dates back to 2017, residents of villages in the New Territories say they are still struggling with poor internet service and no mobile phone coverage. Photo: Shutterstock.

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Letters | Two years on, smart city Hong Kong is still out of reach for ‘remote’ Sai Kung village

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While Hong Kong’s government-led “Smart City” initiative dates back to 2017, residents of villages in the New Territories say they are still struggling with poor internet service and no mobile phone coverage. Photo: Shutterstock. While Hong Kong’s government-led “Smart City” initiative dates back to 2017, residents of villages in the New Territories say they are still struggling with poor internet service and no mobile phone coverage. Photo: Shutterstock.
While Hong Kong’s government-led “Smart City” initiative dates back to 2017, residents of villages in the New Territories say they are still struggling with poor internet service and no mobile phone coverage. Photo: Shutterstock.
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