Pedestrians cover their mouths on the street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong. Roadside Air Quality Health Index hit unhealthy levels when a typhoon swirled near the congested territory. Photo: Felix Wong Pedestrians cover their mouths on the street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong. Roadside Air Quality Health Index hit unhealthy levels when a typhoon swirled near the congested territory. Photo: Felix Wong
Pedestrians cover their mouths on the street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong. Roadside Air Quality Health Index hit unhealthy levels when a typhoon swirled near the congested territory. Photo: Felix Wong
Calvin Kan
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Expanding pedestrian zones can solve Hong Kong’s congestion and air pollution problems

Pedestrians cover their mouths on the street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong. Roadside Air Quality Health Index hit unhealthy levels when a typhoon swirled near the congested territory. Photo: Felix Wong Pedestrians cover their mouths on the street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong. Roadside Air Quality Health Index hit unhealthy levels when a typhoon swirled near the congested territory. Photo: Felix Wong
Pedestrians cover their mouths on the street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong. Roadside Air Quality Health Index hit unhealthy levels when a typhoon swirled near the congested territory. Photo: Felix Wong
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Calvin Kan

Calvin Kan

Calvin Kan is the Planning & Development Executive for Land Advisory Services at Knight Frank.