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designing hong kong
What is Happening with Our City?
AmCham Luncheon Meeting

Hong Kong will undergo a metamorphosis over the next 10 years as major areas of our city are being (re-) built and new infrastructure is added.

Cruise terminal, new rail and MTR lines, airport expansion, new cultural venues, Government offices, and private- and government-led urban renewal will reshape Kai Tak, North Lantau, West Kowloon, TST, Hung Hom, Wong Chuk Hang, Kwun Tong, the Border Area, and the Waterfront of Hong Kong Island.

Do we have a sustainable plan?
Will you want to live here during construction?
Will you want to live here when all is done?

Paul Zimmerman, a founding member of Designing Hong Kong, takes a constructive look at the planning and implementation process, and the expected outcomes.

Monday, 6 July 2009
12 - 2pm (light buffet lunch)

American Chamber of Commerce
1904 Bank of America Tower
12 Harcourt Road, Central

Member Fee: HK$250
Non Member Fee: HK$350
Media is welcome.

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