the writing style and language is not very good. Thus, the way of presenting the facts and stories could be quite boring.
Nevertheless, this book showed Hong Kong's underground power. The real ruling class. Also the cause of high price level in Hong Kong. And the ever increasing income gap in Hong Kong.
The facts are very true and convincing. And Hong Kong, if the government does not do much like now, will continue to become weaker and weaker. Eventually, it might just become an resort island for the rich. ACT! HONG KONG GOVERNMENT...Continua
This book is about the dominance of property developers in Hong Kong, and how they impact on all facets of life, beyond the property market. It is very topical given the sky high property prices in Hong Kong, the worsening wealth gap problem and the inevitable erosion of its international competitiveness. Instead of being a so called 'free market' which Hong Kong prides itself, it is run by a group of property cartels who became rich from opportunistic purchases of cheap land in the 70s and 80s. All the points brought up by the author made a lot of sense, although I found it somewhat repetitive and not very in depth. Must read for politicians in Hong Kong!...Continua