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Two urban innovations in the Chinese megacity have sparked privacy and environmental concerns, Reuters and Chinadialogue report.
After rising to economic prosperity as a global manufacturing hub, Shenzhen is poised for a high-tech makeover, the South China Morning Post reports.
The city’s carefully cultivated image as an economic marvel contrasts with poverty it can no longer hide, the Wall Street Journal reports.
An urban renewal project in Shenzhen is generating buzz in urban innovation circles, according to a blog post on Virgin. com.
The Value Farm could be a model as China considers what to do with decaying factory sites, Inhabitat reports.
The number of city dwellers will reach 9 billion by 2110, with dramatic growth in developing cities, The Atlantic Cities reports.
The mayor of the small city in Israel will serve as a senior adviser to the megacity in China, SmartPlanet reports.
Solid waste levels are acute for developing cities