Problems of Urban Decay and Solution for Hong Kong

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Problems of urban decay and solution to HK
For a well-developed city like Hong Kong, the term “urban decay” seems to be so far from us. But in fact, it is all around us. In this report, we will be discussing the causes, effects of urban decay in different angles like depopulation and the urban sprawl and whether the problems can be solved.
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Urban decay is the process that a city getting old along the time being. Mainly talking about the city which is functional previously falls into disrepair

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