Posts Tagged ‘urbanization’
From Brandi Carlile “Have you ever”: have you ever wandered lonely through the wood? and everything it feels just as it should you’re part of the life there, part of something good if you’ve ever wandered lonely through the woods How many urban dwellers would say no, that they have never wandered through the woods, […]
Last month while being interviewed for the New York Times piece China’s City of the Future Rises on a Wasteland, I was asked about the importance of China’s eco-city planning… What should be the goal of an eco-city and why are they important to China? To me, this was perhaps one of the more important […]
Following up from my post last week where I said “there is going to be a HUGE market for providing that capacity “, I was asked for a few examples of where I saw opportunities for products / services. 1) Urbanization and migrants With over 200+ cities with more than a million people, and a […]
“China’s Urban Billion” – Episode Teaser from Green Dragon Media on Vimeo.
Rethinking Urban-rural Interactions in China’s Agricultural Development: Beyond the Urban Bias? Friday 3 – Sunday 5 April 2009 Organiser: Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leeds and National Institute of Chinese Studies, White Rose East Asian Centre, UK Hosted at the University of Leeds, Leeds, UK Conference theme China has witnessed remarkable economic growth, […]