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Shanghai New Towns: Searching for Community and Identity in a Sprawling Metropolis.
den Hartog, Harry, et al.
Shanghai New Towns: Searching for Community and Identity in a Sprawling Metropolis.
Each year more than 15 million Chinese leave the country's rural areas and move to the cities. This book documents and analyses the meteoric rate of urbanization of the countryside around Shanghai, most particularly the part played there by 'new towns' and 'new villages'. Some pilot new towns have been developed with the help of Western designers, and adapted to suit Chinese standards.

Category: Architecture, Region
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 304 pp
Publisher: 010 Publishers.
Year: 2010.
Publication Place: Rotterdam,
ISBN: 9789064507359
Book Id: 86792

Price: $48.00
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