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Assignment Asia: Vertical farming in Hong Kong

With 7 million people and 8,000 skyscrapers, Hong Kong is one of the most congested cities in the world, with barely any place for agriculture. But some residents have found spaces to plant, grow, and harvest food in the midst of the urban jungle: on top of buildings. Experts say “vertical farming” would not only improve Hong Kong’s food supply and give residents access to organic food, but also make the city greener. Li Jiejun reports

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