Bureaucrats say plundering the country parks, reclaiming the harbour and scrapping the long-planned Kai Tak sports hub can create land for housing. Bureaucrats say plundering the country parks, reclaiming the harbour and scrapping the long-planned Kai Tak sports hub can create land for housing.
Bureaucrats say plundering the country parks, reclaiming the harbour and scrapping the long-planned Kai Tak sports hub can create land for housing.
Michael Chugani
Opinion

Opinion

Public Eye by Michael Chugani

It's time for some home truths

Bureaucrats say plundering the country parks, reclaiming the harbour and scrapping the long-planned Kai Tak sports hub can create land for housing. Bureaucrats say plundering the country parks, reclaiming the harbour and scrapping the long-planned Kai Tak sports hub can create land for housing.
Bureaucrats say plundering the country parks, reclaiming the harbour and scrapping the long-planned Kai Tak sports hub can create land for housing.
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Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani is a Hong Kong journalist and TV show host