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On my Twitter feed I recently came across a post about a new urban development concept calledView full post »
East Bund Waterfront Competition Proposal, Design by Agence Ter
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Since the end of 2015, property values have been heating up throughout China. In over 15 cities, home prices increased overView full post »
Shanghai Street. Photo by Henry Nee
This article by Harry den Hartog originally appeared at Sixth Tone.
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China is known for having a strong central government. In many ways, thisView full post »
Beijing Subway Map
It is virtually impossible not to marvel at China’s new subway systems after spending some time in a city like BeijingView full post »
View over Victoria Harbor towards Central- the center of the pro-democracy protests
Hong Kong is an unlikely setting for massive politicalView full post »
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) shared with us their new study on “China’s Urban Dreams 2014” – an update onView full post »
Like many foreign travelers and working expats who arrive to China, Beijing was my first port of entry into the country. Leaving CapitalView full post »
Guangzhou’s New CBD (highlighted in red) sits north of the Pearl River and east of the Old City in what not long ago was agriculturalView full post »
A piece I wrote about China’s proposed eco-cities appeared recently in the inaugural issue of Dwell Asia magazine. The articleView full post »
1 World Trade Center Rising in Lower Manhattan
Now that it has been about a month since the 10 year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in theView full post »
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