Sai Kung Improvement Project (Secondary Research (Possibilities)…
Sai Kung Improvement Project
Secondary Research (Possibilities)
Infrastructure of Sai Kung: Mixed Land Use
Residencial: packed houses
Commercial: small business
Recreational: national park
Push Factors of Sai Kung
Lack of Space
South China Morning Post:
A study last year by think tank Civic Exchange found that the average open space available for each Hongkonger was about two square meters – the size of a coffin or a toilet cubicle.
Gov Hong Kong:
Many citizens complained of late-night airplanes playing past, making loud noises which effect the quality of their lives.
The calculation from the information below had shown that about 2499 people lives in one kilometer.
60th rated for population density in the whole world
The Environment of Sai Kung
Sai Kung: City Population:
From the pictures, Sai Kung can be described as the population being quite packed, where 461,864 are sharing the space of 132 km² (2006).
The Location of Sai Kung
Second largest district in HK (area)
New Territories & East of Kowloon
Coastal Area, "Last Back Garden" of Hong Kong
Pull Factors of Sai Kung
Hong Kong Air Pollution:
The air pollution rate for Sai Kung, Tap Mun, is 64, which is considered moderate comparing to the rest of Hong Kong.
Citizens of Sai Kung
How the citizens feel about Sai Kung?
Why do the citizen fo Sai Kung feel unsatisfied?
What is their life like?
Gov Hong Kong:
Most of the population in the area are ages from 15-64, the average is 36.
Cause: Population, Virtue the Citizens Possess
One report came from a resident in Ho Chung, “I noticed the staff and the rubbish trucks dispose of the items in the recycling bins with the regular rubbish. I approached them but they ignored me”.
The citizens must pay for the bags they will eventually throw out. As for the staffs, a test can be arranged to test them on their knowledge as well as their attitude toward the job.
166 traffic incidents occurred last year
The number of cars allowed be arranged, where a few specific plate number goes everyday.
Marine-animals Dying Problem
Cause: Too much boats
Finless Porpoises Example
The number of boats allowed on water can be arranged, where there are plates for boats and a specific number goes everyday.