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Are artists gentrifiers, and why shouldn’t Sham Shui Po be the new Brooklyn?

This is a translation of my earlier piece, dated 12 August 2020, featured as the fourth and concluding article in the gentrification series in Ming Pao, a Chinese-language newspaper in Hong Kong When I first saw ‘Sham Shui Po is the new Brooklyn’, I thought this slogan came from anti-gentrification groups. Unexpectedly, it’s an advertising […]

What if nature has its legal rights to protect itself?

In this semester I assist in teaching a course on the regional geography of Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. This course, designed and instructed by Professor Tang, covers various geographical aspects of the region, such as development, environment, economy and boundary. Last Tuesday (11th April), this course invited Professor Kenneth Wong to lead […]

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