Many places in Hong Kong are not designed with accessibility in mind, disabled people and advocates say. Photo: Shutterstock
Many places in Hong Kong are not designed with accessibility in mind, disabled people and advocates say. Photo: Shutterstock
Disability

Hong Kong’s disabled face barriers to entering, moving about freely in shopping centres, public facilities

  • Study finds complaints about lack of automatic doors, ramps, suitable toilets for the disabled
  • Architect suggests having a body to review existing buildings, identify accessibility issues

Topic |   Disability
Many places in Hong Kong are not designed with accessibility in mind, disabled people and advocates say. Photo: Shutterstock
Many places in Hong Kong are not designed with accessibility in mind, disabled people and advocates say. Photo: Shutterstock
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