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'Silent emergency' as heat risks rise in Hong Kong - and globally
by Marianne Bray
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
24 December 2018
On 24 December 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
While typhoons and fires grab headlines, heatwaves kill more people than any other weather-related disaster, experts say. William Yu is giving a tour of a Hong Kong apartment where each of the three bedrooms has been divided into a separate flat -- part of a lab he has set up to show how many families live in small, crowded, and hot spaces with no air conditioning or fresh air.
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'Even if there is a window, there is no ventilation and some flats are very scary,' said Yu, of the homes on Hong Kong's Chun Tin street.
Outside the window, black smoke and pounding noises rise from the Hop Lee metal and scrap paper shop on the dead-end street of dilapidated tenement buildings in the Hung Hom district.
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