Throughout the whole event, my interest in urbanism in emerging Asian countries becomes by far deeper than even before. The development process with ignorance of urban regulations would make the cityscape even chaotic, which in fact positively serves as an invigoration of the site. This paradox would be a new crucial urban topic in the 21st century being pretty worth examining.
Posted 16 May 2014 02:38
Group Photo Event 17! Thank you very much, everybody! I really enjoyed it!
Posted 16 May 2014 02:16
Mr. Edward Fox (senior lecture in MSA landscape department) was also willingly to join in our final presentation session. As well as David, he gave us beneficially intellectual feedback, especially in terms of his expertise: Landscape. We really appreciate his passionate commitment to our project as a professional.
Posted 16 May 2014 02:12
Dr. David Haley gave critical comments on each group project. His feedback again widen our perspectives toward Asian urbanism, architecture and landscape design in addition to the prior introductory lecture fortnight ago. We really appreciate his collaboration as a project adviser!
Posted 16 May 2014 02:04
Group members started to work on an urban research on China Town and consider their proposition for future China Town in Manchester. This is a workshop where each group presented their ideas on the topic.
Posted 6 May 2014 22:26
Dr. David Haley (collaborator: Visiting Professor of Zhongyuan University of Technology) gave us a wonderful talk on Chinese City and introduced his Chinese student presentations on Zhongyuan urban research and proposition for future China.
Posted 6 May 2014 22:22