Last week I went to West Kowloon in Hong Kong. In ten years time this will be one of the largest cultural quarters on the planet, if all goes to plan. At the moment it’s a building site for underground infrastructure – trains, parking, utilities.
I met some of those working on its development – and left excited about its potential for getting stuff right from the start. Rarely is there the chance to create so much from scratch, without having to undo a history of discrimination, barriers and rigidity. Everyone must want to get involved here, I thought. Continue reading