The idea of creating artificial islands to house Hongkongers has been floated. Illustration: Wai-Yee Man The idea of creating artificial islands to house Hongkongers has been floated. Illustration: Wai-Yee Man
The idea of creating artificial islands to house Hongkongers has been floated. Illustration: Wai-Yee Man
Ed Peters
Opinion

Opinion

Ed Peters

Why Hong Kong does not need an artificial island to solve its housing crisis

  • Destroying the city’s natural assets to provide public housing would be a disastrous policy
  • With numerous brownfield sites and vacant properties, the solution to the problem is surely obvious

The idea of creating artificial islands to house Hongkongers has been floated. Illustration: Wai-Yee Man The idea of creating artificial islands to house Hongkongers has been floated. Illustration: Wai-Yee Man
The idea of creating artificial islands to house Hongkongers has been floated. Illustration: Wai-Yee Man
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