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Similar to many cities in the world, the old district Sham Shui Po has been given a new look with graffiti recently. Some wish for a new life by rejuvenating the aging districts, whereas plenty of examples show that art can come at a price as living costs in the neighbourhood may be driven up.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.