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The spectacular nightscape is one of the major sources for the light nuisance of Hong Kong. In a bid to encourage self-regulation, the Government has launched the ‘Charter on External Lighting’, which however has achieved limited success. Can Hong Kong find a way out by making reference to overseas experience on regulation, installation standard and exemption?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.