Worlding Cities: Asian Experiments and the Art of Being Global
Ananya Roy, Aihwa Ong
John Wiley & Sons, Jun 9, 2011 - Architecture - 376 pages
Worlding Cities is the first serious examination of Asian urbanism to highlight the connections between different Asian models and practices of urbanization. It includes important contributions from a respected group of scholars across a range of generations, disciplines, and sites of study.
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