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Using park land for housing should be HK's last resort

They may have to be sacrificed once other development options are exhausted

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In Hong Kong, you could be sipping tea in the bustling Central district among skyscrapers, then later get to explore the crags in the heart of the city with the skyline as a backdrop, such as here on Beacon Hill located in Lion Rock Country Park.

Hong Kong

THERE'S a four letter word that starts with "L" and it causes headaches for many in Hong Kong.

No, it's not "love", although that, too, can be the source of many problems here.

Bingo if you guessed "land".

Less than 25 per cent of Hong Kong's land is

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