Sitting-out areas such as this one on Swatow Street in Wan Chai are havens in densely populated Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang Sitting-out areas such as this one on Swatow Street in Wan Chai are havens in densely populated Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Sitting-out areas such as this one on Swatow Street in Wan Chai are havens in densely populated Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Urban planning

Will a lack of open space damage generations of Hongkongers?

Experts worry about the mental health impact of ‘hostile design measures’ in public parks, in a city where schools must book space for pupils to run

Topic |   Urban planning
Sitting-out areas such as this one on Swatow Street in Wan Chai are havens in densely populated Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang Sitting-out areas such as this one on Swatow Street in Wan Chai are havens in densely populated Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Sitting-out areas such as this one on Swatow Street in Wan Chai are havens in densely populated Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
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