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Plans to redevelop golf course at Hong Kong International Airport

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(A good and comprehensive report you have here. One thing you can improve though, like most other students, you have failed to give us a comprehensive geographical information about the Lantau Island. For example, what is the total area or the size of the island as compared to the Hong Kong Island and how far is it from the HK Island? You should have a mental map in your head and explain it by putting it in words to help your readers to understand the situation. For example, Lantau Island is 85% larger than Hong Kong Island and is situated at the south west of the territory where the future Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge might bring in huge numbers of tourists. Without these information, readers might not grasp fully what you mean by a good development plan for the Lantau Island or how the development could alleviate the tension between the locals and the mainland tourists like the situation in Sheung Shui.)


By Ma Wai Shan | Tuesday, 03 December 2013


Allen Ha Wing-on, Chief Executive Officer of AsiaWorld-Expo Management Limited, suggested that a barely visited golf course, next to the Hong Kong International Airport, to be demolished to make way for a brand-new shopping and entertainment complex.


Speaking in Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon, Ha urged the government to redevelop the SkyCity Nine Eagles Golf Course to build retail facilities, hoping to attract visitors from the mainland and Macau so they would not have to drive further into already crowded urban areas to shop.


Ha pointed out that instead of creating another high-profile mall owned by giant property developers, officials should welcome mid-end brands and cater to potential customers of mid-priced merchandises in the shopping complex.


According to Ha, one of major attractions of the shopping complex would be a premium outlet offering non-latest but economical fashion. He did not rule out the possibility of setting up a special counter for selling infant formula milk, which is among the most sought after products by mainland visitors.


Ha expressed that prospects for profit from the shopping complex remained optimistic upon completion of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge in 2016. He said that not only visitors coming from the mainland and Macau would be welcomed, but also those planning to take a connecting flight at Hong Kong Airport.


“A businessman may have planned a transfer or transit in Singapore originally, but he would change his mind and opt for Hong Kong Airport because we have a great shopping mall here,” Ha said.


Ha added that officials should make sure visitors could buy anything they want in the shopping complex so they would not be directed to local shopping malls as in the case of Fanling and Sheung Shui.
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