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Name: CHAN HING TO Class: 4A Class Number: 2 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: CHONG ANDRE KA CHUN Class: 4A Class Number: 9 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: LEE CHUN HO Class: 4A Class Number: 14 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: LING TIN YU Class: 4A Class Number: 15 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: NG YAT CHEONG Class: 4A Class Number: 20 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: TSANG ERNEST Class: 4A Class Number: 24 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: YU KAI CHUN JASON Class: 4A Class Number: 28 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: CHEUNG KAI CHUNG Class: 4B Class Number: 5 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: KAM SHING Class: 4B Class Number: 9 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: KWOK LUN KIT Class: 4B Class Number: 11 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: LEE HO KWAN Class: 4B Class Number: 14 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: LEUNG CHUN HO Class: 4B Class Number: 16 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: LI WAI KEI RICKY Class: 4B Class Number: 19 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: NG KA HEI Class: 4B Class Number: 21 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: SO PANG YU DEREK Class: 4B Class Number: 23 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: TSE PAK KI JONATHAN Class: 4B Class Number: 26 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: WONG CHUNG WAI ERNEST Class: 4B Class Number: 27 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: YEUNG WING WING Class: 4B Class Number: 29 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: HO SHUN HIM HENRY Class: 4C Class Number: 9 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: LEUNG JOSEPH Class: 4C Class Number: 17 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: SO JUSTIN WAI HIN Class: 4C Class Number: 20 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: SO TSO YIN Class: 4C Class Number: 21 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: SZE TO HIN TING Class: 4C Class Number: 22 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: TSO TSUN TING Class: 4C Class Number: 24 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: WONG KA YEUNG Class: 4C Class Number: 26 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: WONG TSUN KIT TIMOTHY Class: 4C Class Number: 27 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: TSUI CHUN HIN JULIAN Class: 4D Class Number: 22 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: WU CHUN HIM Class: 4D Class Number: 26 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: LAU KA HIN Class: 4E Class Number: 12 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: LO HAO CHENG Class: 4E Class Number: 17 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: MAK HO CHEUNG WILLIAM Class: 4E Class Number: 18 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: YEUNG CHUN FUNG JEFFREY Class: 4E Class Number: 30 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: CHUNG MAN LOK Class: 4F Class Number: 7 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: TSUI KA TSUN BRIAN Class: 4F Class Number: 24 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.


Name: WONG YAT HIN ALEX Class: 4G Class Number: 32 Urban problems of Hong Kong Transport problem The demand for private cars has become greater in recent years. Large numbers of private cars occupy much of the road space. However, they carry very few passengers. They are the least economical road users. Too much private cars on the roads will cause traffic congestion. This, in turn, causes air and noise pollution, which becomes more serious during the rush hour. In some old districts like Sheung Wan, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, the buildings are old. There is little open space. Streets are narrow and winding. Residential buildings are usually mixed with factories or offices. Problems of overcrowded conditions, pollution and traffic congestion are common. These old districts are said to have problems of urban decay. Environmental problem The living standard of Hong Kong is high. Its large population with busy trade and business activities produce a large amount of rubbish every day. If it is not treated properly, pollution will be the result. 15 March 2010 Housing problem In 1996, there were 5 796 people per square kilometre of land in Hong Kong. It is among the highest in the world. The living conditions are overcrowded. The rents also increase very rapidly.

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