Guardian Cities | city bloggers

The Guardian Cities | Global city bloggers
Guardian Cities | city bloggers 2014

Two weeks ago, the Guardian, in collaboration with the Rockefeller Foundation, unveiled a new section of its website — Guardian Cities — so to shine a spotlight on the urbanisation of the world, whilst highlighting resilience, environmental, sustainability, social, and poverty issues…
MovingCities is very pleased to be included! As such we’ve selected 45 urban images from our 460 posts-archive  [see sitemap]. Continue reading “Guardian Cities | city bloggers”

Strelka Institute in Shanghai | lecture & forum

Strelka in Shanghai | MovingCities lecture @HKU-SSC 14Dec2012 #shtrip12 #day2

MovingCities was invited by the students from the Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design [based in Moscow] to give a lecture on the topic of Shanghai 上海 as a MEGACITY. The lecture was part of their 2012 Field Trip #day2 program [Friday December 14th].
On Saturday, the TEDxShanghai team hosted the MOSCOW – SHANGHAI URBAN FORUM「上海莫斯科城市交流」at the Design Republic Commune 設計共和.
Overview of events, lectures, Strelka Shanghai snapshots & links after the break.

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Informal Market Worlds | Shanghai symposium

Informal Market Worlds | Shenyang, 2006

The Informal Market Worlds research forum took place yesterday and today at the HKU Shanghai Study Center. MovingCities was invited to present work, thoughts and analysis. Entitled The Market & The Territory our contribution was a great excuse to delve into our archive, find correspondences and differences throughout almost a decade of urban investigations. Examples traversed Shanghai 上海, Beijing 北京, Guangzhou 广州, Zibo 淄博, Shenyang 沈阳, Moscow, Maputo, Istanbul, Surabaya, Jakarta and Bandung. Continue reading “Informal Market Worlds | Shanghai symposium”

Moscow >> Brussels

Moscow | March 4, 2012

While en route from Shanghai 上海 to Brussels, the plane made a stop-over in Moscow. It was election Sunday in Russia’s capital, but on the runway, in the tax-free shops and airport lounges, it was business as usual. Or so, it looked like. Societies are hard to read while being on a stop-over, politics hardly matter when you’re in transit. Continue reading “Moscow >> Brussels”