Here, you will find some papers written by researchers for The Making of Movement Conference. You will also find “startle reports”, reactions by the researchers to findings from their colleagues in other cities.
This is the area for visions of dream cities and future urban mobility, presented by future urban decision-makers, students in urban design, political science, architecture and geography… All contributions are welcome.Register, if you haven’t already done so, and publish your ideas in the form of articles, photos or multimedia material, to take part in this survey and in the forum.
Twenty case studies explore the challenge of governance in Latin America, China and Europe. They were posted online by researchers, who used the platform as a working tool. Also on the site are analyses of the background of each city. Young researchers' papers retrace the history of a controversy that has aroused conflict over an urban project. If you are a guest and not yet signed up,register to explore and comment on the research findings.
is it possible to import a city sheme?
1 year ago #165
It was interesting to see chinese students choosing Hong Kong and Singapour as good examples. Hong Kong's spatial organisation and urban planning is highly influenced by the british as it was their colony. Singapour is also influenced.
The question is : can Hong Kong be used as an example/model for tackling problems of other chinese metropols such as Beijing and Shanghai?