I try to avoid making fun of the mangled English that is common in Hong Kong (glass houses and all that).
However, when large companies choose to place advertisements in Tai Po's leading English language newspaper, surely they could spend a little time or a few dollars on getting it right. The sub-heading to the so-called "Sponsored Feature" describes Mangrove West Coast in Shenzen as
"The most prestigious community in the Southern China".
Obviously you don't need the second "the" in that sentence. Plus, I am intrigued to know how a developer can create a "community", but that's marketing people for you. Later on we learn (deep breath) that they
"have teamed up professionals from all the world to collaborate on this most prestigious community in the Southern China characterized by central location and an irrrestible charm of a seaside township".
It's a pity they didn't manage to team up with someone who can write good English.