Hong Kong's $670 million, brand new government headquarters is coping with an inauspicious debut.
According to the AP, its water system is swimming with Legionnaires' disease, a particularly fatal strain of pneumonia. The city wisened up to the infestation after its education secretary fell ill.
What's the remedy?
"Superheating" the water, according to a Hong Kong microbiologist reached by Bloomberg. He explains here.