Hong Kong can't blame its polluted oceans on mainland China, say officials
Most recent carpets of trash washed up on beaches likely the result of illegal dumping
More than 800 children formed a giant piece of living artwork last week in protest of pollution along Hong Kong’s coastline and in the ocean.
On a beach in Repulse Bay, one of Hong Kong’s wealthiest neighborhoods, Ocean Recovery Alliance volunteers formed a “Lap Sap Chung” – trash monster – when seen from above.
The iconic character, which feeds off trash, was a staple of Hong Kong litter campaigns for decades, before falling out of use