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Architect forges government utilize underground spaces

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(You lead lacks one important fact: Where is the site you are talking about? Prof Cheung only pointed that the underground mall could utilize the sea water as a medium for clean energy source but he did not describe it as an "energy hub". I don't quite understand what you meant by "precipitation" in your sentence: "If there’s precipitation on the promenade, people can hide into the underground shopping mall promptly". Precipitation of what? Rain, snow, sleet or maybe even smog? People can always hide themselves from the rain and snow by just entering any indoor shopping mall, be it underground or overground.")

By Mak Shu Kee, April 23, 2013

An architect said the Hong Kong government should utilize the reclamation sites by building an underground shopping mall, in a university talk today.

“Building an underground shopping mall below the West Kowloon Promenade is a good way to address sustainable development,” said Cheung Kwok-Ping, the Associate Professor of HKU Architecture department, in the general assembly of the Hong Kong Shue Yan University today.

He said the underground mall could be served as an energy hub, since the surrounding sea water can generate electricity.

It is also cost effective to build the underground mall because the government only needs to dig away the muds under the existing promenade and fill in concretes.

“If there’s precipitation on the promenade, people can hide into the underground shopping mall promptly,” said Cheng, “They can dine in the restaurant there and take a rest.”

Since 2009, Cheng has been doing a research in utilizing the reclamation land in Victoria Harbour, in order to attain a mutually-beneficial development strategy with the existing lands.

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