Hong Kong ‘walks’ towards the mission of eliminating activity inequalityShared by:
Stanford University published a paper on activity inequality in July 2017—revealing Hong Kong to be one of the most active people in the world. Statistics revealed that Hong Kong topped the list with an average of 6,880 steps taken per day. The city’s walkability is said to be part of the reasons why Hong Kong could achieve a high level of physical activity and low level of physical inequality.
24 Jul 2017 - General