Running along Tsim Sha Tsui as Standby Signal No. 1 us raised by the Hong Kong Observatory in 2016 – Hong Kong needs to protect the coastal running routes from typhoons. Photo: Felix Wong Running along Tsim Sha Tsui as Standby Signal No. 1 us raised by the Hong Kong Observatory in 2016 – Hong Kong needs to protect the coastal running routes from typhoons. Photo: Felix Wong
Running along Tsim Sha Tsui as Standby Signal No. 1 us raised by the Hong Kong Observatory in 2016 – Hong Kong needs to protect the coastal running routes from typhoons. Photo: Felix Wong
Mary Hui
Opinion

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Better coastal defences against typhoons and waves in Hong Kong will protect the city’s road running routes

  • Typhoon Mangkhut highlighted the need for Hong Kong to improve protection against extreme weather, which will help road runners follow the coastline

Running along Tsim Sha Tsui as Standby Signal No. 1 us raised by the Hong Kong Observatory in 2016 – Hong Kong needs to protect the coastal running routes from typhoons. Photo: Felix Wong Running along Tsim Sha Tsui as Standby Signal No. 1 us raised by the Hong Kong Observatory in 2016 – Hong Kong needs to protect the coastal running routes from typhoons. Photo: Felix Wong
Running along Tsim Sha Tsui as Standby Signal No. 1 us raised by the Hong Kong Observatory in 2016 – Hong Kong needs to protect the coastal running routes from typhoons. Photo: Felix Wong
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Mary Hui

Mary Hui

Mary Hui is a Hong Kong-based writer. Her work has appeared in the South China Morning Post, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and CityLab.