The islands Siu Kau Yi Chau (left) and Kau Yi Chau (right) are seen from Peng Chau. The first phase of the project would focus on building artificial islands around Kau Yi Chau. Photo: Edmond So The islands Siu Kau Yi Chau (left) and Kau Yi Chau (right) are seen from Peng Chau. The first phase of the project would focus on building artificial islands around Kau Yi Chau. Photo: Edmond So
The islands Siu Kau Yi Chau (left) and Kau Yi Chau (right) are seen from Peng Chau. The first phase of the project would focus on building artificial islands around Kau Yi Chau. Photo: Edmond So
Dennis Lee
Opinion

Opinion

Dennis Lee

Coronavirus, stalling economy and ageing population should force Hong Kong to rethink Lantau Tomorrow

  • The city’s finances are under strain, with the pandemic devastating an economy already braced for population ageing and rising public spending
  • Government projections of sizeable returns on the Lantau development are also a contrast with other less-rosy forecasts

The islands Siu Kau Yi Chau (left) and Kau Yi Chau (right) are seen from Peng Chau. The first phase of the project would focus on building artificial islands around Kau Yi Chau. Photo: Edmond So The islands Siu Kau Yi Chau (left) and Kau Yi Chau (right) are seen from Peng Chau. The first phase of the project would focus on building artificial islands around Kau Yi Chau. Photo: Edmond So
The islands Siu Kau Yi Chau (left) and Kau Yi Chau (right) are seen from Peng Chau. The first phase of the project would focus on building artificial islands around Kau Yi Chau. Photo: Edmond So
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Dennis Lee

Dennis Lee

Dennis Lee is a Hong Kong-born, America-licensed architect with 22 years of design experience in the US and China. Dennis earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in architecture at UC Berkeley and Columbia University, and worked for Frank Gehry and Swire Properties prior to founding ARCHITECTURE:INNOVATIV in Hong Kong.