Two weeks ago, Shards in China, wrote an interesting piece about the Gini coefficient, a statistical means to measure income distribution within a society. And just last week, there was a piece in Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post showing the development of the average household income in Hong Kong. The results are indeed shocking.
A brilliant video showing Hong Kong in the 1930s. If you’re used to Hong Kong’s 2012 skyline, this video will surprise you.