Farmers (from left to right) Lee Muk-kam and Lee Kan, with Shek Kwong-yin, Sam Mun Tsai village representative, former fisheries lawmaker Wong Yung-kan, Ho Yi, and Ng Ngau-tai at the Sam Mun Tsai fish farm in Tai Po. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Is Hong Kong’s fishing industry being thrown a lifeline and will the farmers take the bait?

  • Farmers left furious by Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department’s plan to tighten licensing requirements
  • Some suspect officials want to kill industry through regulation to make land reclamation easier. Not so, say authorities
Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues

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Farmers (from left to right) Lee Muk-kam and Lee Kan, with Shek Kwong-yin, Sam Mun Tsai village representative, former fisheries lawmaker Wong Yung-kan, Ho Yi, and Ng Ngau-tai at the Sam Mun Tsai fish farm in Tai Po. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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