A Hong Kong advocacy group has called on the government to increase housing by taking over all of an exclusive golf course, expressing doubt that the city leader’s ambitious plan to create artificial islands would be achieved amid the ongoing protest crisis.Man Yu-ming, chairman of the Federation of Public Housing Estates, said on Wednesday thatabout 30,000 housing units could be built if the whole of Fanling golf course was taken back by the city, rather than 20 per cent of site as has been…