Hing Tin Commercial Complex in Lam Tin was sold to a new owner by Link Reit in 2014. Most tenants have moved out from the mall and local residents complained that they were forced to walk over 15 minutes to a more far off mall to shop. 20JUL16 SCMP/David

Hing Tin Commercial Complex in Lam Tin was sold to a new owner by Link Reit in 2014. Most tenants have moved out from the mall and local residents complained that they were forced to walk over 15 minutes to a more far off mall to shop. 20JUL16 SCMP/David Wong (Photo by David Wong/South China Morning Post via Getty Images)
Hing Tin Commercial Complex in Lam Tin was sold to a new owner by Link Reit in 2014. Most tenants have moved out from the mall and local residents complained that they were forced to walk over 15 minutes to a more far off mall to shop. 20JUL16 SCMP/David Wong (Photo by David Wong/South China Morning Post via Getty Images)
Hing Tin Commercial Complex in Lam Tin was sold to a new owner by Link Reit in 2014. Most tenants have moved out from the mall and local residents complained that they were forced to walk over 15 minutes to a more far off mall to shop.  20JUL16 SCMP/David
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