Urban China#33 创意中国 | 城市中国 is out! The special ‘Creative China: Counter-Mapping the Creative Industries‘ issue was guest-edited by Mónica Carriço, Bert de Muynck and Ned Rossiter; and designed by Hendrik-Jan Grievink.
The magazine is in Chinese (Editor-in-Chief: Jiang Jun – featuring select texts published in English). An overview, including all English texts, is available at our project website: orgnets.net. Or visit the Urban China#33-page on MovingCities for a summary of the content and background to this issue.
It may be possible to request copies throughout China and abroad, though the issue has sold rapidly and is in limited supply. For detailed information on how to order this issue, see UC#33 OrgNets ordering page.
Recent news from Urban China Magazine include the establishment of a mirror version of their website, iURBANCHINA, and an upcoming exhibition, called “Urban China: Informal Cities” (February-March 2009), at the New Museum (New York):
Urban China: Informal Cities is a multifaceted exploration of the groundbreaking and influential magazine Urban China. The exhibition brings together a retrospective of the publication with a space transformed into a physical manifestation of its pages.
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Urban China #33 | LINKS updated
- Urban China #33 Creative China issue | MovingCities website
- Urban China Magazine | #33 website
- Urban China, Crisis, and the Bootlegging of a Magazine Archinect | June 2009
- UC#33 | Ordering information OrgNets.net | January 2009 | ISSN code: 1009-7163 CN
- UC#33 out on the news stands >| movingcities | January 2009
- Urban China #33 | Project Intro | movingcities | Nov 2008
- How Foreign Architects became International Architects: A Case Study of China’s Creative Construction Agenda
orgnets.net – by Bert de Muynck | 2008
- OrgNets | organized networks – mobile research labs, Beijing
orgnets.net & movingcities | 2007 + 2008
- Transdisciplinary Research on Creative Industries in Beijing
movingcities projects bei-ci | 2007