Sweet Gum Woods in Tai Lam Country Park. Building homes in country parks would deprive Hongkongers of the right to enjoy nature. Photo: Winson Wong Sweet Gum Woods in Tai Lam Country Park. Building homes in country parks would deprive Hongkongers of the right to enjoy nature. Photo: Winson Wong
Sweet Gum Woods in Tai Lam Country Park. Building homes in country parks would deprive Hongkongers of the right to enjoy nature. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Country parks are no place for public housing, despite what Leung Chun-ying thinks

  • If the former chief executive’s housing plan is put into action and approved, it will be a devastating disaster for Hong Kong’s ecosystem

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Sweet Gum Woods in Tai Lam Country Park. Building homes in country parks would deprive Hongkongers of the right to enjoy nature. Photo: Winson Wong Sweet Gum Woods in Tai Lam Country Park. Building homes in country parks would deprive Hongkongers of the right to enjoy nature. Photo: Winson Wong
Sweet Gum Woods in Tai Lam Country Park. Building homes in country parks would deprive Hongkongers of the right to enjoy nature. Photo: Winson Wong
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