Cave-house in China

As we all know, China is a great developing country in the world. With the development of China’s economy, more and more people are living in big cities with improved life qualities. But still, many people from other countries don’t know China very well. Three years ago, I went to America as an exchange student….
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The construction of new socialist countryside

Introduction The construction of new socialist countryside is a great project in China’s urban planning. Chinese government demolishing these decentralized natural villages and then build concentrated urbanization new communities with a certain population density. The new community shall be built along the transportation line. The residential buildings shall be more than five-storey commercial housing, supported…
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Comment on “Sustainable Urban Transport in Chinese Cities”, by Runyu Zhang

The problem of traffic congestion in China explained by my colleague Runyu Zhang is a similar case to other cities in recently industrialized countries (Worldatlas, 2017), where the entry of more cars is collapsing the road infrastructure, causing unbearable traffic and generating higher contaminant emissions into the atmosphere. This is another example of how unsustainable…
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Comment on Jarly You’s blog ‘A new policy will lead a huge effect to urban community in China’

In Jarly’s blog, she demonstrated that neighbourhood design in urban communities is closely linked to our everyday life. And then she pointed that due to new policy from Chinese government, China’s urban construction has changed a lot in a way of seemingly grand but unsustainable direction. There are always super tall buildings, large blocks and…
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