posts tagged ‘macau 澳门’
MovingCities is on its way to Guangzhou 广州 to participate in the DELTA FOUR | A Living Museum of Urban History: the Four Cities in the PRD-forum 三角四方 – 行进中的歷史博物馆: 广州/深圳/香港/澳门 on Friday March 11, 2011. Organized by the School of Architecture | The Chinese University of Hong Kong 香港中文大學 in association with Colombia University USA 美國哥倫比亞大學, the forum will be centered around Guangzhou 广州, Shenzhen 深圳, Macau 澳门 and Hong Kong 香港. read more »
Back to Mainland and heading for Guangzhou. One Country, Two Systems… two checkpoints! The journey starts with people flocking at Macau‘s Border Gate square and lining up inside the Border Gate building. After passing the frontier checkpoint, a tax free no man’s land, and Zhuhai‘s Gongbei immigration & custom checkpoint one arrives at an underground mall that combines a busy pedestrian walkway, shopping plaza & coach station. Snapshots from a bus ride to Guangzhou.
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The second day in Macau started with a rooftop view over a smokestack. From the thirteen-floor rooftop of a housing block, located adjacent to one of sharpest corners of Macau’s Guia racing circuit, a white industrial obelisk divides the city’s view. This was followed by a long stroll in downtown, picking up Luso references along the way.
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During the past week, MovingCities went exploring China’s Pearl River Delta region. Already familiar with understanding Macau‘s incredible urban density, being one of the world’s highest [from street-level (Jan09) and rooftops (Jul09)] Mónica Carriço went exploring another part of the peninsula: the outer harbour. read more »
Highways, elevated roads, bridges, tunnels, waiting rooms, tarmac, airports, cabins, runways, food for flying, turbojet, window seats, clouds, seafood, suburbs, aerophotography, land reclamation, islands, shipyards, masses, gambling, golf courts, corridors and borders. This week we are in the Pearl River Delta. First stop: Macau. A journey in snapshots.
The last leg of our one week travel to Macau and Hong Kong, in function of the Urban Panorama Workshop, consisted of the crossing of the Macau and Zhuhai border, followed by a 3 hour drive to Shenzhen over the INFRARED© infrastructure of the Pearl River Delta (PRD). read more »