New Spaces of Urban Marginality Within the Global Diaspora of Hong Kong: Introduction
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This chapter examines the spatial structure of social division in Hong Kong and stresses the impact of the urban marginalities on both the social and physical aspects of the urban environment in Hong Kong. This gives an evolving meaning for cultural landscape and provides a new social map of people and place within the context of the physical built form in Hong Kong.
KeywordsUrban marginality Healthy city Accessibility of public space Sense of place Informal and formal public space
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