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Young People's Current Situation

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Structure: 5.5 Content: 5.5 It is "Our Hong Kong Foundation". Also remember to put the most important angle in the story lead.

Alvin Cheung, our Hong Kong Foundation, Senior Researcher, attended to the New Faculty Week of Shue Yan University this afternoon.

Alvin Cheung pointed out that reclamation is not just to build more houses to deal with population problems, but to improve the quality of living of Hong Kong people. There are many buildings and cage bed buildings in the community, only one or two hundred, and there is no room for extra space when you put it out of bed. For example, he said that the houses in Shenzhen are much larger than those in Hong Kong. The entire house of ordinary Hong Kong people is only the size of other people's bedrooms. Reclamation is not only for more people to have a roof, but also for the public to live better. Hong Kong does not have to build a pin-type building.

Alvin Cheung said that the reason why the Solidarity Hong Kong Fund proposed a reclamation plan is because the property market is rising and the housing supply cannot satisfy the public's demand. Reclamation can increase the supply of land for the construction of houses and then cool the property market so that more people can buy homes.

Alvin Cheung said that the one-way permit holders may not have much to do with property prices. In Hong Kong, only the richest 25% of the population have the ability to buy private housing. If 150 people in Hong Kong belong to the 25% of the population, they have the opportunity to influence To the property price, otherwise they will only affect the supply of housing and increase the time and rank of waiting for public housing.

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