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Very rare is it to meet a China expat in the architecture and design field who is as an astute observerView full post »
Shanghai Street. Photo by Henry Nee
This article by Harry den Hartog originally appeared at Sixth Tone.
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The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) shared with us their new study on “China’s Urban Dreams 2014” – an update onView full post »
With the ongoing spate of food safety scandals, Chinese consumers are rightly weary of the source and quality of their food.View full post »
I had the privilege of sitting in on a round-table discussion led by the ‘Go West Project‘ at the Chengdu Biennale this pastView full post »
It’s been a rough start to the summer season for provinces in central and southwest China. Torrential rain and floods have affectedView full post »
UNESCO Heritage Site, Longmen Grottoes Stone Carvings near Luoyang, Henan Province. Photo by Easytourchina.
In April I had the honor ofView full post »
The hukou system, or household registration system, is a method of accounting for the country’s population by requiring each citizenView full post »
Beijing Suburbs. Photo by Manuel.A.69.
As China’s expanding cities inevitably swallow up surrounding countryside, the boundariesView full post »
Uyghur people in Xinjiang. Photo courtesy of Nicolas Marino
One advantage of China’s top-down approach to urban development is theView full post »
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