When Hong Kong opened its Wetland Park – the biggest in Asia – in 2006, to chaos, damage, litter and plucked plants

On February 26, 2002, the South China Morning Post reported that a massive HK$476.4 million “expansion of the International Wetland Park in Tin Shui Wai has been proposed by the Government to boost tourism”.On May 17, the Post reported that the planners of the park, which was set to open three years later, “believe the Hong Kong Wetland Park will represent world-class ecology, education and inspiration”.“Consultants’ documents outlining possible plans envisage [that] in the entrance area,…

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