Mega projects: Reshaping once more

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Mega projects are nothing new for Hong Kong. But what will the latest multibillion dollar developments bring to a city facing its share of tough questions?

Hong Kong is, seemingly, a city under perennial construction. Whether it’s the ever-advancing spread of newly built MTR lines or land reclamation adding more square kilometres to the city’s bustling urban sprawl, there is never any shortage of building sites and new ambitions. 

From the sprawling expanse that will be the Northern Metropolis to the grand unveiling of the West Kowloon Cultural District, we go behind the blueprints of a city in transformation.

Thanks to our interviewees in this edition:

  • Betty Fung, CEO, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
  • Professor KK Ling, Strategic Planning Advisor for Hong Kong/Shenzhen Cooperation, HKSAR Government
  • Fred Lam, CEO, Airport Authority Hong Kong
  • Christine Loh, Chief Development Strategist, HKUST’s Institute for the Environment

With special thanks to:

  • The Nature Conservancy Hong Kong

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