How architect made a remote Hong Kong hillside location the perfect site for college for troubled teens

//How architect made a remote Hong Kong hillside location the perfect site for college for troubled teens

How architect made a remote Hong Kong hillside location the perfect site for college for troubled teens

For more than 20 years, Christian Zheng Sheng College has helped teenagers in Hong Kong struggling with drug addiction, but it has always endured a struggle of its own: finding a permanent home.Housed in a makeshift campus on the remote, roadless Chi Ma Wan peninsula on Lantau Island, in 2007 it was given the opportunity to take over an abandoned secondary school in Mui Wo, a town on the island.But that ignited a firestorm of controversy: residents objected to the prospect of being in the midst…

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