Protesters against the extradition bill take a breather at the harbourfront overlooking the Kowloon skyline outside government headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on June 18. The rising cost of housing in Hong Kong has fuelled public dissatisfaction. Photo: Dickson Lee
Franklin Koo
Opinion

Opinion

Franklin Koo

How Carrie Lam can cool the anger in Hong Kong – address the housing crisis

  • The government’s rush to push through the extradition bill was in stark contrast to its lack of progress on the biggest issue facing Hong Kong – unaffordable housing

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Protesters against the extradition bill take a breather at the harbourfront overlooking the Kowloon skyline outside government headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on June 18. The rising cost of housing in Hong Kong has fuelled public dissatisfaction. Photo: Dickson Lee
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