- 22 October 2006 at 12:41 am #7012
Email from Loy Ho, of Lantau Post. (There was an article in SCM Post on the Mui Wo plans, today, but can’t link to it.) æ¢…çª©å¤§ç¿»æ–° éŠ€ç´«èŠæ‹›å®¢ ( æ˜Žå ±) 10æœˆ 21æ—¥ æ˜ŸæœŸå… 05:10AM Mui Wo Facelife & Silver (ç´«èŠ don’t know what it is called in English) Placa for visitor attraction Article origin: Ming Pao ã€æ˜Žå ±å°ˆè¨Šã€‘ã€Œå¤§å¶¼å±±ç™¼å±•æ¦‚å¿µè¨ˆåŠƒã€çš„ç¿»æ–°æ¢…çª©è¦åŠƒå»ºè°ä¸‹å‘¨å°‡äº¤ é›¢å³¶å€è°æœƒ(ç›¸é—œæ–°èž – ç¶²ç«™)è¨Žè«–ï¼Œè¨ˆåŠƒåŒ…æ‹¬ä¿®å»ºç¢¼é ä¸€å¸¶ï¼ŒåŠ å»ºæµ·æ¿±é•·å»ŠåŠèŒ¶åº§ï¼Œ åˆæœƒç¿»æ–°æ¢…çª©èˆŠå¸‚ï¼Œå°‡å¸‚éŽ®å»£å ´æ”¹ç‚ºéŠ€ç´«èŠå»£å ´ï¼Œä¸¦æ”¾ç½®ä¸€åº§å¤§åž‹éŠ€ ç´«èŠ é›•å¡‘ï¼Œé è¨ˆæ–¼2010å¹´å‹•å·¥ï¼Œæœ‰å€è°å“¡å¸Œæœ›æ”¿åºœèƒ½æ’¥æ¬¾3å„„å…ƒè½å¯¦è¨ˆåŠƒï¼Œå•†æˆ¶å‰‡æœŸæœ›æ¢…çª© è®Šèº«å¾Œï¼Œèƒ½ç‚ºç”Ÿæ„å¸¶ä¾†èµ·è‰²ã€‚ (Ming Pao featuring report) The Mui Wo Face lift’ plan of ‘Lantau Concept plan’ will be handed to Island District Council for discussion. The plan has included repairing seafront around ferry pier, install sea front foot walk and cafe, renovation Mui Wo market, and retouch Mui Wo plaza into Silver ç´«èŠ Plaza a big silver ç´«èŠ sculpture. The construction is estimated on 2010, district councilor hoping Government to grant 3billion to imply the plan, business runner hope the new look can bring new life to their business. é€™ä»½ç¿»æ–°æ¢…çª©æ¦‚å¿µå»ºè°ç”±è¦åŠƒç½²è² è²¬ï¼Œå±¬ã€Œå¤§å¶¼å±±ç™¼å±•æ¦‚å¿µè¨ˆåŠƒã€ä¸€ éƒ¨åˆ†ï¼Œå°‡æ–¼ä¸‹å‘¨ä¸€äº¤é›¢å³¶å€è°æœƒå•†è¨Žï¼Œä¸‹æœˆä¸å†æ–¼æ¢…çª©è«®è©¢å…¬çœ¾ã€‚ The face lift plan was designed by Planning department, a session of the ‘Lantau Concept Plan’. It will be forward to island district council for public consultation next week. å»ºéœ²å¤©èŒ¶åº§ ä¿ç•™ã€Œåœ°æ¨™æ¨¹ã€ Build outdoor cafes and keep the ‘land mark tree’ æŒ‰ç…§è¦åŠƒå»ºè°ï¼Œæ¢…çª©ç¢¼é é™„è¿‘ä¸€å¸¶å°‡æœƒå¤§è®Šèº«ï¼ŒåŒ…æ‹¬ä¿®å»ºæµ·æ¿±é•·å»ŠåŠ æµ·æ¿±æœ¨æ¿èµ°å»Šï¼Œæ—…å®¢å¯é‚Šæ•£æ¥é‚Šæ¬£è³žæµ·æ™¯ï¼Œä¸¦åŠ è¨éœ²å¤©èŒ¶åº§ï¼Œè€Œç¾æ™‚æ¢…çª©ç¢¼é é™„è¿‘çš„å¤§ æ¨¹ï¼Œäº¦æœƒä¿ç•™ä½œã€Œåœ°æ¨™æ¨¹ã€ï¼Œç‚ºç¢¼é ä¸€å¸¶å¢žæ·»ç‰¹è‰²ï¼›ï¡½æ²¿ï¿½æµ·æ—å¾€æ¢…çª©èˆŠå¸‚æ–¹å‘ï¼Œå‰‡åŠ è¨ å°åž‹è³¼ç‰©å•†åº—ã€æ–‡å¨›è¡¨æ¼”å ´åœ°åŠç†Ÿé£Ÿå¸‚å ´ï¼Œå¸å¼•éŠå®¢æ¶ˆè²»ã€‚ According to the plan, seafront along the ferry pier will have a big change including seafront wood broadwalk, visitor can walk along the seafront to enjoy sea view. It will also install outdoor cafes. Trees along the pier area will remain the land mark of the sea front. From the seafront toward the old market area will install small shop and performing space and food stalls market for tourism. è‡³æ–¼æ¢…çª©èˆŠå¸‚ä¸€å¸¶äº¦å»ºè°ç¿»æ–°ï¼Œä½†æœƒç›¡é‡ä¿ç•™é„‰éŽ®é¢¨è²Œï¼ŒåŒ…æ‹¬é‡é‹ªè·¯ é¢ã€å®‰è£ç‰¹è‰²è¡—ç‡ˆç‰ï¼›ï¡½æ¢…çª©æ ¸å¿ƒåœ°å¸¶çš„æ¢…çª©å¸‚éŽ®å»£å ´ï¼Œå‰‡æœƒæ”¹å»ºç‚ºéŠ€ç´«èŠå»£å ´ï¼Œè±Žç«‹ä¸€ åº§ç´„6ç±³é«˜çš„éŠ€ç´«èŠé›•å¡‘ï¼Œä½œç‚ºæ¢…çª©çš„æ–°åœ°æ¨™ï¼›ï¡½å»ºè°é‚„åŒ…æ‹¬é€£æŽ¥å€å…§å–®è»Šå¾‘ï¼Œåˆè€ƒæ…®è¨ ç½®éŠè‰‡æœƒåŠæ°´ä¸Šæ´»å‹•ä¸å¿ƒï¼Œæ”¹å»ºè¢æ°å¤§å®…ä½œæ°‘ä¿—åšç‰©é¤¨ï¼ŒåŠé‡é–‹éŠ€ç¤¦æ´žä½œéŠè¦½ç”¨é€”ã€‚ There was also proposed to renovate Mui Wo old market area but will prior to remain rural style including to re-do pavement and install stylish street light. The core space of Mui Wo plaza will be turned into Silver ç´«èŠ plaza and will install a 6m high silver ç´«èŠ sculpture as the new landmark of Mui Wo. There also proposed to connect bicycle trail and consideration for boat club and water sport center, re-construct Yuen House into a rural museum and re-open silver mine cave as a new tourist point. å€è°å“¡ç›¼æ’¥æ¬¾3å„„è½å¯¦å»ºè° Council wish 3billion grant to imply the proposal é›¢å³¶å€è°å“¡é»ƒç¦æ ¹è¡¨ç¤ºï¼Œæ¢…çª©å¸‚é“æ—¥æ¼¸æ…˜æ·¡ï¼Œä»¥å°é£Ÿäºçš„ç§Ÿé‡‘ç‚ºä¾‹ï¼Œ ç”±1997å¹´çš„1è¬å¤šå…ƒï¼Œè·Œè‡³ç¾æ™‚çš„4000å¤šå…ƒï¼Œæ•…ä¸€ç›´å¸Œæœ›æ”¿åºœèƒ½å‡ºæ‰‹æŒ½æ•‘æ¢…çª©ï¼Œç¾åœ¨æ å‡ºã€Œæ€¡æƒ…å°éŽ®ã€æ¦‚å¿µè¦åŠƒï¼Œä»–è¡¨ç¤ºæ¡è¿Žï¼Œç›¸ä¿¡èƒ½ç‚ºæ·¡éœçš„æ¢…çª©ï¼Œå¸¶ä¾†ä¸€å®šç¶“æ¿Ÿæ•ˆç›Šï¼ŒæœŸ æœ›æ”¿åºœèƒ½æ’¥3å„„å…ƒäºˆæ¢…çª©ç™¼å±•æœ‰é—œå»ºè°ã€‚ Island district council Rainbow Wong said, situation of Mui Wo is getting worse day by day, taking the example of the rent rate of a snack kiosk, it dropped from 10,000 in 1997 to now 4000 per month. So we have been hoping the government to extend a hand to help. He welcome this concept plan proposal and believe it can help to bring economy to the quiet Mui Wo and wish government to grant 3billion to imply this development to Mui Wo. å¤©å¤©åº¦å‡å±‹è² è²¬äººæŽå…ˆç”Ÿï¼ŒæœŸæœ›æ€¡æƒ…å°éŽ®è¨ˆåŠƒè½å¯¦ï¼Œç‚ºæ¢…çª©åŠ æ·»æ¶ˆé–’ æ™¯é»žï¼Œå¸å¼•å¤šäº›äººæµï¼Œã€Œ10å€‹äººä¾†æ¢…çª©ï¼Œæœ‰2å€‹æ¶ˆè²»éƒ½ä¸éŒ¯ã€ï¼Œä»–èªç‚ºç¸±ç„¶è¨ˆåŠƒå¯èƒ½è¦ 2010å¹´æ‰å‹•å·¥ï¼Œä¹Ÿå€¼å¾—æœŸå¾…ã€‚ Mr. Lee , holiday house agent will the development plan can be brought through and give visitor attraction and bring more visitor. "It there is 2 out of 10 visitor to Mui Wo who can stay to spend is good enough already.’ Even thought the plan might not be able to start until 2010, it is worth of waiting.11 December 2006 at 6:39 pm #7967
Email I’ve sent govt department involved in plans for Mui Wo:
I believe there is great potential for creating an excellent small wetland reserve, from the existing freshwater wetland at Mui Wo.
Some landscaping work would be required, to create and improve pools.
Short trails to simple hides (blinds) would allow visitors to see birds such as egrets (already common) and other wetland birds – ducks, shorebirds and other birds would be attracted by a well managed reserve here.
Could be small charge for visitors.
This would be an additional attraction for visitors to Lantau, and would become a good place for residents to enjoy.
(Much else could be changed at Mui Wo, inc the grim, grey, soulless concrete area around the ferry pier – but various other folk inc within Living Islands Movement are coming up with plenty of ideas here I think.)
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