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The Resource Asian cities : colonial to global, edited by Gregory Bracken

Asian cities : colonial to global, edited by Gregory Bracken

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Asian cities : colonial to global
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Asian cities
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colonial to global
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edited by Gregory Bracken
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English
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  • dictionaries
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Asian citites
Series volume
2
Asian cities : colonial to global, edited by Gregory Bracken
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Asian cities : colonial to global, edited by Gregory Bracken
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt16d69sf
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 337-365) and index
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Contents
  • Cover -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Asian Cities: Colonial to Global -- Gregory Bracken -- Part One -- Post-colonialism -- 1. Gambling, City, Nation -- Popular Illegality and Nation Building in Singapore, 1960s-1980s -- Kah-Wee Lee -- 2. The Death of the Pasar Malam -- The Counterpoint to Development in the Singapore Story -- Elmo Gonzaga -- 3. Artifice and Authenticity -- Postcolonial Urbanism in Macau -- Thomas Daniell -- 4. Urban Art Images and the Concerns of Mainlandization in Hong Kong -- Minna Valjakka -- Part Two -- Networks -- 5. Honkon Nippō and Hong Kong-Japan Relations -- Re-examining the Geopolitical Position of Colonial Hong Kong in East Asia before the End of World War II -- Wilson Wai Shing Lee -- 6. Chain Reactions -- Japanese Colonialism and Global Cosmopolitanism in East Asia -- Faye Yuan Kleeman -- 7. Old Networks with New Users -- Mapping Global Mobility between Dongguan and Hong Kong -- Max Hirsh -- 8. Asian Cities in the Global Maritime Network since the Late Nineteenth Century -- César Ducruet -- 9. Back to the Future -- Feasible Cost-Sharing Co-operation in the Straits of Malacca -- Senia Febrica -- Part Three -- Cities and Buildings -- 10. Rallying Towards the Nation -- Theatre of Nation Building in Post-colonial Dhaka -- Kishwar Habib and Bruno De Meulder -- 11. Selectively Connected -- New Songdo and the Production of Global Space -- Bridget Martin -- 12. The Vernacular and the Spectacular -- Urban Identity and Architectural Heritage in Southeast Asian Cities -- Rita Padawangi -- 13. Heritage in Times of Rapid Transformation -- A Tale of Two Cities -- Yangon and Hanoi -- William Logan -- 14. Small-scale, Bottom-up -- Cosmopolitan Linkages Reglobalizing Shanghai's City Centre -- Ying Zhou -- Conclusion -- Global Cities in Asia -- Gregory Bracken -- Contributors -- Bibliography -- Index -- Figures
  • Figure 1.1 Factors influencing gambling frequency amongst industrial workers -- Figure 1.2 'The individual as target' -- Figure 1.3 Exposing gambling fortifications -- Figure 1.4 'A gambling spot by any other name' -- Figure 3.1 Plan de la Ville et du Port de Macao -- Figure 3.2 Peninsula de Macau e Ilha da Taipa -- Figure 3.3 Aerial photo of Z.A.P.E. Reclamation, 1941 -- Figure 3.4 Aomen shi quan tu (City Plan of Macau) -- Figure 3.5 Z.A.P.E. in the 1980s -- Figure 3.6 Álvaro Siza and P & T Group proposal for N.A.P.E. and Novos Aterros da Areia Preta -- Figure 3.7 N.A.P.E. planning regulations -- Figure 3.8 Eduardo Lima Soares, Nova Cidade de Cotai, plan -- Figure 3.9 Eduardo Lima Soares, Nova Cidade de Cotai, model -- Figure 3.10 Las Vegas Sands Corporation original proposal for the Cotai Strip, 2002 -- Figure 3.11 Novos Zonas Urbanas diagram -- Figure 3.12 Novos Zonas Urbanas rendering -- Figure 3.13 Novos Zonas Urbanas reclamation in progress -- Figure 3.14 Rocco Yim, StarWorld Macau, 2006 -- Figure 3.15 Dennis Lau, Grand Lisboa Hotel and Casino, 2007 -- Figure 3.16 View of the Cotai Strip -- Figure 3.17 Gary Goddard, Galaxy Macau, 2011 -- Figure 3.18 AEDES, Sands Cotai Central, 2012 -- Figure 4.1 Tsang Tsou-choi (King of Kowloon), untitled (pair of iron gates), ink on iron gates, 200 cm x 270 cm -- Figure 4.2 MAIS, ORSEK and JAMS, a spray-painted commemorative piece for Tsang in Fotan, 2007 -- Figure 4.3 Anonymous local artists, a sticker in MTR station, 2014 -- Figure 4.4 Anonymous local artists, a sticker in MTR train, 2014 -- Figure 4.5 Street artist Death, Mao with a Yellow Bowtie, stencil, 2012 -- Figure 4.6 Street photographer Cpak Ming, 'Modern VIIV spirit', photograph, 2011 -- Figure 4.7 Chin Tangerine, Who's Afraid of Ai Weiwei?, stencil, 2011 -- Figure 4.8 Artist Kacey Wong, 'Attack of the Red Giant', 2014
  • Figure 4.9 Street artists Start From Zero (SFZ), poster of Henry Tang, 2013 -- Figure 4.10 Graffiti artist RST2, spray-painted banners of local parties, 2013 -- Figure 4.11 Graffiti artist RST2, poster of Leung Kwok-hung, 2014 -- Figure 4.12 Graffiti artist Pibg Gantz, a spray-painted piece, Macau, 2012 -- Figure 5.1 Japanese submarine cables in East Asia, 1915 -- Figure 5.2 Planned cable routes in the East Asia Stability Sphere, 1940 -- Figure 5.3 The cable and wireless network, 1934 -- Figure 6.1 Bank of Korea (present day) -- Figure 6.2 National Taiwan Museum 1949-present -- Figure 6.3 Remains of torii gate (present day) -- Figure 6.4 Taiwan's Presidential Palace (present day) -- Figure 7.1 Hong Kong-Macau Passenger Ferry Terminal, Humen Town, Dongguan, China -- Figure 7.2 Apartment blocks near the upstream check-in terminal, Dongguan -- Figure 7.3 Rendering of SkyPier, Hong Kong International Airport -- Terminal 1 in the background -- Figure 7.4 APM tunnel between SkyPier and Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport -- Figure 7.5 Mainland ferry staff at SkyPier, Hong Kong International Airport -- Figure 7.6 Luggage cranes at SkyPier, Hong Kong International Airport -- Figure 8.1 The Lloyd's Shipping Index in 1890 -- Figure 8.2 Global and local data source comparison based on the Chinese case, 1890-2008 -- Figure 8.3 Regional distribution of world vessel movements, 1890-2008 -- Figure 8.4 Regional distribution of vessel movements in Asia, 1890-2008 -- Figure 8.5 Traffic hierarchy of Asian port cities, 1890-2008 -- Figure 8.6 Port trajectories of selected Asian cities, 1890-2008 -- Figure 10.1 The timeline of Dhaka. The timeline shows the position of Ramna -- a green oasis in-between indigenous and postcolonial extensions of the city
  • Figure 10.2 Inside-out Ramna. These aerial photographs show Ramna as a forest or park at the centre in sharp contrast to the dense urban morphology -- Figure 10.3 Open spaces in the capital. Ramna (number 10) is a vast open public space located at the heart of the capital -- Figure 10.4 Dhaka City Map, 1859 -- Figure 10.5 Map of the new Civil Station of Dhaka (1905) -- Figure 10.6 Neoclassical Dhaka College (left) and Indo-Saracenic Curzon Hall (right) -- Figure 10.7 The wave of new construction around Ramna -- Figure 10.8 Constantine Doxiadis's 1963 plan for the Teachers' Students' Centre (TSC), Ramna -- Figure 10.9 Ramna in 1952 (left) and 1960 (right) -- Figure 10.10 Pseudo-Islamic versus modern architecture in Ramna -- Figure 10.11 The gradual transformation of Ramna racecourse from a maidan (open space) to a children's park and the city's recreational Park Suhrawardy Uddyan (left) -- figure-ground plan of Ramna (right) -- Figure 10.12 The Design interventions of Liberation War Museum at the historical Ramna racecourse (present Suhrawardy Uddyan) -- Figure 10.13 Ramna holds a delicate balance between institutions, representative buildings, and monuments at the centre of the city -- Figure 11.1 New Songdo's high-rise towers, including the First World Complex, with real estate advertisements lining the streets -- Figure 11.2 IFEZ advertisements ('Developing the City at the Heart of South Korea's Leading Service Industries', right-hand poster translation) -- Figure 11.3 Compact Smart City Exhibit Building -- Figure 11.4 Model of New Songdo -- Figure 11.5 Show-model apartment in New Songdo's POSCO (The Sharp at Greenworks) -- Figure 11.6 New Songdo's border area -- Figure 11.7 Ja-ap Village near New Songdo being demolished -- Figure 12.1 Clarke Quay shophouses and the tourist boats -- Figure 12.2 Museum Fatahillah in Kota Tua (Old Town), Jakarta
  • Figure 13.1 The South Gate of the World Heritage-listed Thang Long-Hanoi citadel -- Figure 13.2 The Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, a future World Heritage nomination? -- Figure 13.3 The beaux-arts palace of the French Indochina Governor-General built in Hanoi in 1907 -- Figure 13.4 The neoclassical New Law Courts built in Yangon in 1927 -- Figure 13.5 Demolition site in Hanoi's French Quarter, 1990 -- Figure 13.6 Derelict warehouse, Yangon 2012 -- Figure 14.1 Café Volcan -- Figure 14.2 Yongkang Road -- Figure 14.3 Plan of Jing'an Villas, with ground-floor commercial insertions indicated -- Figure 14.4 Jing'an Villas ground floor commercial viewed from the front courtyard -- Figure 14.5 People reading the plaques of the heritage buildings on Wukang Road -- Figure 14.6 Photos of the interior of huiguan club houses on Wukang Road -- Figure 14.7 Map with the creative commercial activities highlighted and the three research areas around Yongkang Road, Jing'an Villas and Wukang Road -- Tables -- Table 1.1 Gambling-related offences, 1951-1973 -- Table 1.2 Number of prosecutions, 1967-1968 -- Table 9.1 Contribution of each state to the IIP
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