A container ship sails out of Hong Kong’s Kwai Tsing Terminals in March. Photo: EPA
A container ship sails out of Hong Kong’s Kwai Tsing Terminals in March. Photo: EPA
Neil Newman
Opinion

Opinion

Abacus by Neil Newman

If Disneyland dies and Hong Kong’s port shrivels, an alternative ‘Lantau Tomorrow Vision’ could emerge

  • Let It Go. As Hong Kong’s economy shifts further away from import-export trade, opportunities arise to solve the city’s more immediate needs
  • Perhaps it’s time to bid farewell to the Port of Hong Kong, and repurpose it along with the Disneyland next door

A container ship sails out of Hong Kong’s Kwai Tsing Terminals in March. Photo: EPA
A container ship sails out of Hong Kong’s Kwai Tsing Terminals in March. Photo: EPA
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