A Submissive Administrative Region

Patterns in air quality and the provision of public green spaces reflect a profoundly unequal society. In 2016, Hong Kong’s Census Reports recorded a Gini coefficient result of 0.539, well exceeding most developed economies. This represents an astonishing concentration of wealth amongst Hong Kong’s elite (Oxfam, 2016: 1). The city’s tiny and unsafe cage housingContinue reading “A Submissive Administrative Region”

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