The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) shared with us their new study on “China’s Urban Dreams 2014” – an update onView full post »
Zaha Hadid’s Wangjing SOHO design (left). Chongqing Meiquan 22nd Century design (right). Image from AFP.
Earlier this year, theView 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 seems that too often talk about China development focuses on ‘hard’ infrastructure projects including roads, bridges, powerView 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 »
Last week I had a chance to chat with Russell Flannery, the Shanghai bureau chief for Forbes magazine, at a conference I spoke at inView full post »
China’s cities would not be urbanizing at their current rate without the help of the country’s huge population. It is aView 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 »
An article I wrote about the sustainable development in China’s cities was recently published in the Winter 2010/2011 Issue of theView full post »
Lan Kwai Fong, the trendy bar district in Hong Kong, has been the island’s premier nightlife spot for the better part of threeView full post »
Kunming, Yunnan Province: China’s Gateway to Southeast Asia
China receives a lot of well-deserved recognition for its expandingView full post »
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