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Spotlights In Causeway Bay

SCMP | 20 September 2008

I was dismayed to see extremely bright spotlights outside Windsor House, in Causeway Bay, which is currently under renovation.

Those spotlights are so bright that basically the whole area is lit up and it is difficult to tell the difference between day and night.

Maybe that is why we call Hong Kong the city that never sleeps.

I fail to understand why whoever is responsible for this has decided to use such bright lights, as there are no adverts on the wall being lit up. The spotlights are environmentally unfriendly and cause light pollution, which must affect people living in that part of Causeway Bay.

Stephen Leung, North Point

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