Analyses | Land, housing and infrastructure | 2014-05-26 | Sing Tao

Rail connecting new to old

Archaeological remains of the Song-Yuan Dynasties unearthed along the Shatin to Central Link have aroused public discussion on how to strike a balance between archaeological preservation and development. The Centre’s weekly analysis ponders on how development and preservation could coexist, by making reference to successful overseas cases. The article also discusses the feasibility of turning historical relics into cultural tourism attractions.

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.