A member of a morning walkers’ association tends to the Chinese herbal garden at the Fool’s Paradise secret garden in May 2017. Photo: James Wendlinger
A member of a morning walkers’ association tends to the Chinese herbal garden at the Fool’s Paradise secret garden in May 2017. Photo: James Wendlinger

Letters | Guerilla gardening shows Hong Kong’s pent-up demand for green space

  • Unauthorised cultivation has been an issue in Hong Kong for some times, and evidence suggests it is about more than squatter’s rights
  • It could be seen as a form of activist gardening and a way to express displeasure over the lack of green space and community gardens

Topic |   Urban planning
A member of a morning walkers’ association tends to the Chinese herbal garden at the Fool’s Paradise secret garden in May 2017. Photo: James Wendlinger
A member of a morning walkers’ association tends to the Chinese herbal garden at the Fool’s Paradise secret garden in May 2017. Photo: James Wendlinger
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