Future Asian Space: Projecting the Urban Space of New East Asia

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The idea of "Asian space" is undergoing a transformation as a result of rapid technological, economic, social and cultural changes. Following the shift to a global economy and an urban population explosion, Asian cities have been projected as one of the mainstays of progress, national pride, identity, and positioning on the global stage. The extraordinary pace and intensity of the changes have created a situation unique in the history of urban development. Despite the immense diversity of Asian countries, “Asia-nessâ€

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LEE Himin is Associate Director of Singapore's Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC).

Davisi BOONTHARM is Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture and Building at Deakin University, Melbourne and Visiting Professor at Keio University, Tokyo.

Erwin VIRAY is Professor in the Graduate School of Science and Technology, Architecture and Design at the Kyoto Institute of Technology.

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