Monthly Archives: June 2012


现在了,我终于会实现我的中文练习的时间! Don’t know if that’s grammatically correct, but finally, I’m making time for Chinese. Advertisements

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On small-scale urbanism & urban design in China

When I see videos like this, I think: what is missing in planning: areas of interest I see missing in the Chinese urban planning process:  Cultural place-making and preservation, participatory urban design, mapping (i.e. cultural assets, activity), public space, food … Continue reading

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Why I Like Drawing

Drawing can be very tiring, stressful to me due to the long hours it takes to create and tell a story. However, there are reasons why I like it so much: Unlike illustration, it is the direct way to become … Continue reading

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Why Data Visualization Is Important In China

Given the environmental problems China faces, in a time of limited energy supply and growing automobile use and urbanization, here’s a quote that describes the challenge in solving these issues: To be able to address these enormous challenges due to … Continue reading

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Can we bring Pixar’s Magic into sustainable Chinese urban development?

The China Sustainable Energy Program (中国可持续能源项目)published a report outlining 8 guidelines needed to plan for sustainable cities in China. Much of these guidelines come out of a need to manage a growing urban population in an era of growing automobile … Continue reading

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How I Start my Morning!

How I Start my Morning!

I experiment with watercolors, sketch the urban environment around me.

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