Public spaces that are open, flexible and actually fun – is this really Hong Kong?

//Public spaces that are open, flexible and actually fun – is this really Hong Kong?

Public spaces that are open, flexible and actually fun – is this really Hong Kong?

When legal scholar Christopher Szabla moved into a flat in Hong Kong’s Kennedy Town area last autumn, he noticed an intriguing new plaza taking shape on the fast-gentrifying neighbourhood’s waterfront.“What caught my eye was a bunch of colourful shapes appearing there,” he says of the space that would become the Belcher Bay Promenade. Bright blue shipping pallets and plastic toys were scattered about, all free for the public to move around as they saw fit.Since the promenade opened in October…

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