In June, the University of Hawaii’s annual symposium will be held in Shanghai, with the theme of “Asian Mega Projects.”
In June, the University of Hawaii’s annual symposium will be held in Shanghai, with the theme of “Asian Mega Projects.” This year, the university is partnering with Tongji University’s College of Architecture and Urban Planning, in Shanghai.
Papers may be submitted for consideration on The Role of Public Space, New Spatial Patterns for Economic Growth, Sustainable Urban Environments, Transit and Infrastructure, Historic Preservation and Shanghai World Expo 2010.
For further information, visit the site: http://www.arch.hawaii.edu, or http://www.tongji-caup.org/symposium6/
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