Creating a liveable environment where people can thrive is one of the key factors that makes a city great.

The government needs the right tools to measure progress and indicate areas for improving Hong Kong’s liveability. Civic Exchange has conducted various research on social topics ranging from inequalities to wellbeing, including one that compares the urban-wellbeing indicators of Hong Kong, Singapore, and Shanghai.

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Asian Urban-Wellbeing Indicators

The Asian Urban-Wellbeing Indicators is a public opinion survey designed to measure public attitudes towards urban life. It measures how much people care about and are satisfied with 10 different policy domains—housing, medical care, education, work and business opportunities, transportation and utilities, environmental protection, community and belonging, public safety and crime control, recreation and personal time, and quality of government.


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