We write oftentimes about how we live, work and operate in-between cities, how highways and airports have become an existential part of our daily life. Shanghai 上海 is the city we live, the city where unmarried men stage a “protest” on the Metro and luxury home sales are in decline [links restricted to subscribers only] . A city, a trade hub of Asia, pioneering a stricter air-quality monitoring standard. Shanghai is a city with handbook [A Guide to Urban Sustainable Development in the 21st Century], a city where we walk around, scan the sidewalks, a city filled with faces, food and future fads.
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