DJI drones are flown in Morrison Hill, Hong Kong. Some of the city’s most tranquil places have been ruined by the sound of buzzing drones overhead. Photo: Winson Wong
DJI drones are flown in Morrison Hill, Hong Kong. Some of the city’s most tranquil places have been ruined by the sound of buzzing drones overhead. Photo: Winson Wong
Ed Peters
Opinion

Opinion

Ed Peters

Is nowhere safe from drones in Hong Kong? It’s time to control the flying pests

  • In Hong Kong’s country parks and remote villages and on beaches the serenity is often broken by the incessant buzz of drones
  • From June 2022 drone owners will need to register their craft, pass a competency test and take out insurance, but will that be enough?

DJI drones are flown in Morrison Hill, Hong Kong. Some of the city’s most tranquil places have been ruined by the sound of buzzing drones overhead. Photo: Winson Wong
DJI drones are flown in Morrison Hill, Hong Kong. Some of the city’s most tranquil places have been ruined by the sound of buzzing drones overhead. Photo: Winson Wong
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