(POSTPONED) Imagine Hong Kong: In Search of New GroundVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Imagine 2060: Delivering Tomorrow’s Cities Together
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On a land area of just over 1100 km sq., Hong Kong is fueling an economy that consistently ranks as one of the world’s top three most competitive. Hong Kong’s population of more than 7.4 million translates to over 6,700 people per square kilometer, making the city one of the three most dense in the world and the second most expensive for real estate. With all the stresses that this imposes on private enterprises looking for affordable commercial space, and citizens in their quest for livability and the security of home ownership, Imagine 2060 raises a holistic discussion on how trends may reshape the role of land supply and utilization in the coming decades. Hong Kong’s next generations, growing up in an increasingly digital and open community culture nurtured by social media, could be the ones to break out of the traditional mold in terms of spatial needs and ownership aspirations. How might anticipation of a rising acceptance for co-working or co-living as well as plans to become a smart city change citizens’ needs for space, and how does Hong Kong plan for these needs looking to the future? The concluding forum of Imagine 2060 will explore the potential for Hong Kong to catalyze a new era of transformation, while capitalizing on the opportunities brought about by the development of the Greater Bay Area, and put itself at the forefront of global and regional trends, and rethink its approach to land.
Keynote Remarks | Michael Wong, Secretary for Development, Hong Kong S.A.R. Government
Panel | Rethinking Approach to Land in Hong Kong and Greater Bay Area
This session convenes leaders in urban design, business and public policy who will exchange ideas and best practices on the optimization and innovation of land use in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area, while capitalizing on opportunities the expansion of the megalopolis has given rise to.
- Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, Director, Macao Government Tourism Office (Invited)
- Michael Enright, Director, Enright, Scott & Associates
- Roger Wu, Chief Curator, 2019-2020 Shenzhen-Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism Architecture
- Paul Zimmerman, Chief Executive Officer, Designing Hong Kong
- Johnny Cheuk, Managing Director, Geotechnical, Hong Kong, AECOM (Moderator)
Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty