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 »
Credit rating agency Moody’s recently released a report claiming that Chinese financial auditors have understated local governmentView 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 »
Consensus among international media is that China’s economy is heading for an imminent and disastrous crash due to its inflatedView 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 »
Urbanist media can’t seem to get enough of the megacity these days. Much of the commentary surrounding this topic is disconcertinglyView 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 »
Like the rest of China, Macau is witnessing an ascent in its housing prices. According to Bloomberg, “Macau home prices may rise asView full post »
Beijing Suburbs. Photo by Manuel.A.69.
As China’s expanding cities inevitably swallow up surrounding countryside, the boundariesView full post »
I’m an unabashed fan of tall buildings, high-rises, skyscrapers- whatever you want to call them. Not only do they lend cities aView full post »
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