Hong Kong leader defends efforts to ease housing woes as she holds first town hall meeting in 2 years

Hong Kong authorities were pursuing every available option to find land for new housing, the city’s leader told a town hall meeting on Sunday, where residents called on her administration to restore a “deeper sense of happiness” among disgruntled youth.In meeting the public in an open forum for the first time in nearly two years, Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor described the city as having turned a critical corner and sought to convey her optimism over the future.“Along with the…

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