East-West China: The alternative faces of globalization in urban and rural transformations

Ioanni Delsante (Curator), Yun Gao (Curator), Nicholas Temple (Curator)

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Curated by Professor Nicholas Temple, Dr Ioanni Delsante and Dr Yun Gao 30 January - 23 April 2016

This exhibition explores architecture, design and urban development in contemporary China. Photographs, drawings and architectural models illustrate the differences between the eastern part of China and the western regions of the country. Two case studies have been selected in the Yangtze Delta region (Shanghai) and in the south-west region of Yunnan Province (Kunming). The exhibition explores regional differences through contrasting development strategies and cultural practices.

In addition to providing a ‘window’ into the dramatic changes taking place in Chinese urban and rural life, this exhibition also aims to engage discussion and public interest in present and future transformations in West Yorkshire and the UK in general.

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East-West China : The alternative faces of globalization in urban and rural transformations. Delsante, Ioanni (Curator); Gao, Yun (Curator); Temple, Nicholas (Curator). 2016. Event: China East-West, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, United Kingdom.

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