Hongkongers with access to open space were happier than city residents who lived in more densely populated areas, a new study has found. Photo: AFP

Access to open space improves mental health, but Hong Kong lags far behind Singapore and Seoul in providing it for residents

  • Report from Civic Exchange links parks and public spaces to reduction in anxiety
  • But residents have measly 2.7 square metres of open space each, while regional rival gives citizens 7.4 square metres.
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Hongkongers with access to open space were happier than city residents who lived in more densely populated areas, a new study has found. Photo: AFP
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