$35.00. From what you say, the so-called “Shenzhen model” is based on commonly held misunderstandings of the city. She holds a Doctorate of Science in Architecture from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich), a degree of Master of Architecture from […] “The city’s growth far exceeded any governmental planning or corporate expectations”, Juan Du, who has been conducting research and design in Shenzhen and its urban villages since 2005, tells to Domus. from the outside world in the modern era. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Juan Du The history of Shenzhen is typically told from 1979. I hold the main protagonists of Shenzhen’s rapid development as the people of the city, which includes both the indigenous villagers whom were there for centuries and the migrants who went to the city in search of new opportunities and new lives. Juan Du, an award-winning Hong Kong-based architect with decades of experience designing buildings and planning cities in the People’s Republic of China, takes us to the Pearl River delta and into the heart of China’s iconic Special Economic Zone, Shenzhen. At this event, Du will discuss her winning book "The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City" (Harvard University Press, 2020). The city is finding a new identity, shifting from an industrial economy to that of new technology. Shenzhen, the fastest growing city on earth, has been globally acknowledged as the test tube for modern China. Harvard University Press. In your book, you investigate about what was there before Shenzhen became the city that we know. Juan Du, The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City, Harvard University Press, 2020. In 2005, Juan Du had missed the last flight out of Shenzhen and found herself strolling outside her hotel in a trendy part of the city. However, I do believe a better understanding of these four aspects leads to lessons all city could benefit from, such as the importance of history, geography, culture and the human spirit. Many scholars have noted the role of China's demand for silver in the emergence of Shenzhen, 2018. 01.21.21 – University of Hong Kong professor Juan Du appointed as the Daniels Faculty's next dean The Daniels Faculty is pleased to announce that Juan Du, a professor at the University of Hong Kong, will be joining the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design as its new dean, effective July 1, 2021, for a five-year term. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Shenzhen: The Book. Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Excessive proliferation of vascular endothelial cells can cause hemangioma. Did the ultrafast growth create an ugliness in the city that now is being fixed? 2, pp. Sweeping aside slick origin stories, Du reveals a reality in which Shenzhen’s prosperity is driven by oyster fishers, vibrant night markets and the aspirations of millions, not just by the policymakers of Beijing. Excessive proliferation of vascular endothelial cells can cause hemangioma. $35.00. Juan Du takes us on an informative and unexpected journey through a major metropolis. Shenzhen: Urban Myth of a New Chinese City. As urban planner Juan Du shows in this deep dive of a history, the 'instant city' narrative is a myth. As Juan Du, an architect and author of new book "The Shenzhen Experiment" observed in an email interview: "This cluster of tall buildings became the image of … The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City, Juan Du (Harvard University Press, January 2020) The book begins not with an abstract story of Shenzhen’s early history, but a personal tale which epitomizes its spirit of transformation. The metropolis is just a few kilometers north of Hong Kong, just over the Chinese border. Juan Du, who was one of the curators of the inaugural Shenzhen Biennale in 2005 and is writing a book on the city, was showing an exhibit called "Massive Change" at the event. Du, Juan. This book discusses the interaction of this demand and the early-nineteenth-century Latin American independence movements, changes in the world economy, the resulting ... America’s top China–watcher, the renowned pandit of modern Chinese history, here provides an unrivaled overview ... America’s top China–watcher, the renowned pandit of modern Chinese history, here provides an unrivaled overview There have been many attempts in China and internationally to imitate Shenzhen, through a model of economic zones with preferential policies and attracting foreign investments. (2010). Publisher. She holds a Doctorate of Science in Architecture from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich), a degree of Master of Architecture from […] Gegen diesen Mythos wendet sich die Stadtplanerin und Architektin Juan Du in ihrem Buch „The Shenzhen Experiment“. Juan Du, who was one of the curators of the inaugural Shenzhen Biennale in 2005 and is writing a book on the city, was showing an exhibit called "Massive Change" at the event. plus shipping $35.72. free shipping worldwide. Although, it is a work in progress, once I did get stuck in the middle of a country road in Shenzhen when my electric-car taxi ran out of energy, as the charging stations does not yet have enough city-wide coverage. Juan Du is Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture, Associate Dean (International and Mainland China Affairs), and Director of the Urban Ecologies Design Lab (UEDL) of … A rich history of China’s famous ‘instant city,’ which may not be so instant after all. Department: Architecture Research Centre: Urban Ecologies Design Lab Active Dates: 2010-2019 Principal Investigator: Juan Du Abstract. Bio Juan Du is Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture, Associate Dean (International and Mainland China Affairs), and Director of the Urban Ecologies Design Lab (UEDL) of the Faculty of Architecture. Tell[s] the story from the ground up of Shenzhen, the southern city just across the border from Hong Kong that symbolizes like no other China’s economic success…Du aims to break through the clichés that have dominated so many accounts of Shenzhen…By rooting her story in the ‘countless individuals’ who defined the city, she argues that Shenzhen is much more than a top-down exercise in building a modern metropolis. Shenzhen’s relationship with Hong Kong is intricately complex and inter-dependent on many levels. For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now. 65-66. Shenzhen’s salute to itself would visually recount its origin myth—how reformist premier Deng Xiaoping’s dream of a paint-by-numbers metropolis springing from virgin land … One night, in the summer of 2005, an architect called Juan Du missed the last flight from Shenzhen to Beijing, where she was working for Atelier FCJZ, … Juan Du, an award-winning Hong Kong–based architect with decades of experience designing buildings and planning cities in the People’s Republic of China, takes us to the Pearl River delta and into the heart of China’s iconic Special Economic Zone, Shenzhen. A book re-narrates China’s so-called Silicon Valley’s incredible growth: it evolved into a megalopolis of 20 million in just a few decades. Juan Du, architect, professor, and contributor to Domus is the author of The Shenzhen Experiment (Harvard University Press). Shenzhen is ground zero for the economic transformation China has seen in recent decades. Juan Du unravels the myth of Shenzhen and shows us how this world-famous "instant city" has a surprising history--filled with oyster fishermen, villages that remain encased within city blocks, a secret informal housing system--and how it has been catapulted to success as much by the ingenuity of its original farmers as by Beijing's policy makers. Shenzhen: Urban Myth of a New Chinese City. Is Shenzhen a model to imitate? Juan Du unravels the myth of Shenzhen and shows us how this world-famous “instant city” has a surprising history—filled with oyster fishermen, villages that remain encased within city blocks, a secret informal housing system—and how it has been catapulted to success as much by the ingenuity of its original farmers as by Beijing’s policy makers. Click or Press Enter to view the items in your shopping bag or Press Tab to interact with the Shopping bag tooltip. Living spaces are designed to minimise community mingling, and every city is cut through with avenues wide enough to accommodate four tanks abreast. The evening weather was perfect for a leisurely walk around the neighbourhood. Often eclipsed by the false narrative of “a former fishing village”, the territory of Shenzhen has had a rich cultural history of over a millennium. Next to the biennials in general with a focus on architecture and design biennials we are zooming in on the Shenzhen Biennale. Shenzhen: The Book - Kindle edition by Rule, Ted, Rule, Karen, Moore, Christopher, Deverman, Brent, Zhuang, Summer. It is the extraordinary story of ordinary lives surviving and thriving in one of China’s most dynamic cities. However, in my opinion, there will not be another Shenzhen, as my book begins to uncover, the city was shaped through such extraordinary circumstances of international and national politics as well as regional histories. The book opens with the story of Jiang Kairui, a budding song lyricist, who travels from the north-east of China to Shenzhen and wrote the song “The Story of Spring”, which was a huge national hit. I love this account of Shenzhen. Juan Du, The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City, Harvard University Press, 2020. (2010). Juan Du is Associate Dean of the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) and a founding director of the Shenzhen Centre for Design. 65-66. 384 pgs. But Du, an architect and urban planner, complicates the simple narrative of the city’s ascent. Editoriale Domus SpaVia G. Mazzocchi, 1/320089 Rozzano (Mi) -Codice fiscale, partita IVA e iscrizione al Registro delle Imprese di Milanon. By “people,” I also include the the government officials and the heads of companies, were also individuals - “migrants” themselves who went to the city to build it under extraordinarily challenging and uncertain circumstances that were historically and culturally very unique. Juan Du unravels the myth of Shenzhen and shows us how this world-famous "instant city" has a surprising history-filled with oyster fishermen, villages that remain encased within city blocks, a secret informal housing system-and how it has been catapulted to success as much by the ingenuity of its original farmers as by Beijing's policy makers. By Juan Du Shenzhen was a fishing village that turned into a megalopolis through the alchemy of China’s reforms of the last 40 years. 2020. Photo:WikiCommons The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City Juan Du Harvard University Press: 2020. 01.21.21 – University of Hong Kong professor Juan Du appointed as the Daniels Faculty's next dean The Daniels Faculty is pleased to announce that Juan Du, a professor at the University of Hong Kong, will be joining the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design as its new dean, effective July 1, 2021, for a five-year term. In UABB 01-07 supplement we look back at seven biennials, their goals and how they transformed the city. Publication Date. Juan Du, an award-winning Hong Kong–based architect with decades of experience designing buildings and planning cities in the People’s Republic of China, takes us to the Pearl River delta and into the heart of China’s iconic Special Economic Zone, Shenzhen. In the summer of 2005, Princeton-educated architect Juan Du was recruited to the burgeoning Chinese megacity of Shenzhen to curate an urbanism exhibition celebrating the 25 th anniversary of its founding. It was designated as a Special Economic Zone, the first in communist China, in 1980. The city sprawls over an area more than twice as large as that of the five boroughs of New York City. And a theatre for 5G experimentation, like self driving cabs. Members save with free shipping everyday! You can view Barnes & Noble’s Privacy Policy. 2, pp. These infrastructure projects, part of a drive to create a “Greater Bay Area” in the delta, are closely connected to the protests, as Juan Du’s “The Shenzhen Experiment” makes clear. Next to the biennials in general with a focus on architecture and design biennials we are zooming in on the Shenzhen Biennale. Submit your email address to receive Barnes & Noble offers & updates. In the summer of 2005, Princeton-educated architect Juan Du was recruited to the burgeoning Chinese megacity of Shenzhen to curate an urbanism exhibition celebrating the 25th anniversary of its founding. Back to the future. As urban planner Juan Du shows in this deep dive of a history, the ‘instant city’ narrative is a myth. Although typically benign, hemangiomas can become life-threatening. Buy This Book. C hinese cities are mostly marked by a uniformity and unity of purpose more commonly associated with army barracks. It’s one of the most important tech hubs of the world and often referred to as the Chinese Sylicon Valley. Luminary, Juan Du 16 April 2020 Architect and academic Juan Du has devoted all aspects of her career to the study of urban development in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, and the pursuit of more socially and culturally sustainable outcomes. Juan Du, an award-winning Hong Kong–based architect with decades of experience designing buildings and planning cities in the People’s Republic of China, takes us to the Pearl River delta and into the heart of China’s iconic Special Economic Zone, Shenzhen. 07835550158R.E.A. It’s written by Juan Du, one of the speakers at Utopian Hours 2020 (October 23-25, Turin). Endeavors to move beyond the caricature of Shenzhen as a historyless tabula rasa…The area which would become ‘Shenzhen’ was a well-populated and culturally rich landscape, and its history is here outlined in detail…Provides a nuanced and detailed historical grounding, drawing on a diverse range of sources and primary research. Publisher. Shenzhen is ground zero for the economic transformation China has seen in recent decades. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+down arrow) to review and enter to select. In 2005, Juan Du had missed the last flight out of Shenzhen and found herself strolling outside her hotel in a trendy part of the city. Juan Du, an award-winning Hong Kong–based architect with decades of experience designing buildings and planning cities in the People’s Republic of China, takes us to the Pearl River delta and into the heart of China’s iconic Special Economic Zone, Shenzhen. Sweeping aside slick origin stories, Du reveals a reality in which Shenzhen's prosperity is driven by oyster fishers, vibrant night markets and the aspirations of millions, not just by the policymakers of Beijing.-- (01/08/2020) I have encountered back-alley tattoo parlors or street musicians who only accepted payment through QR code scans. Juan Du, an award-winning Hong Kong-based architect with decades of experience designing buildings and planning cities in the People’s Republic of China, takes us to the Pearl River delta and into the heart of China’s iconic Special Economic Zone, Shenzhen. Then, a few years later, I was back and the city had changed, resembling more a garden city. Juan Du unravels the myth of Shenzhen and shows us how this world-famous “instant city” has a surprising history—filled with oyster fishermen, villages that remain encased within city blocks, a secret informal housing system—and how it has been catapulted to success as much by the ingenuity of its original farmers as by Beijing’s policy makers. In UABB 01-07 supplement we look back at seven biennials, their goals and how they transformed the city. Du, Juan. Author. Juan Du has practiced in the US, Europe and China, and founded her Hong Kong-based office IDU_architecture in 2006. Buy This Book. Bio Juan Du is Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture, Associate Dean (International and Mainland China Affairs), and Director of the Urban Ecologies Design Lab (UEDL) of the Faculty of Architecture. In my opinion, the success of the two cities will depend on mutual respect and collaboration, both formally through geopolitics and informally through the individual actions of people and communities. Her stories of urban villages and diverse communities show that the homogenizing narrative told by the state is not sufficient. The first time I visited Shenzhen if felt like I had fallen into a Blade Runner scenario, with all those anonymous skyscrapers that, at night, were illuminated by gigantic ads projected on the walls. In stark contrast to conventional, flattened accounts of this vast Chinese city, Juan Du has given us an architect's magical encounter with a place that we cannot quite see with our eyes, but can experience in fragments. At this event, Du will discuss her winning book "The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City" (Harvard University Press, 2020). Hong Kong is rapidly changing like everyone knows from the news. Liu Binyan argues, has been the repeated mistakes of the Chinese Communist Party and the outrageous bureaucratic corruption it has allowed to flourish. Juan Du will discuss the role of architecture and urban planning in her presentation “The Critical Experiment of Shenzhen: Demystifying China’s ‘Instant City’”. Blending the personal and the historical, it is an outstanding primer on the fascinating fortunes of a city which will only grow in national and global significance over the course of the next decade. Juan Du has practiced in the US, Europe and China, and founded her Hong Kong-based office IDU_architecture in 2006. Historically, the two cities were of one common regional history and culture, which was separated first by British Colonialization after 1841, and later by “Cold War” borders after 1949 (the establishment of the People’s Republic of China). the modern world. Along with deindustrialization, the city’s built environment is currently transforming through a series of urban renewals and redevelopment. Her design, research, and criticism works have been published internationally - including the Architecture Review, Domus, Urban China, Volume, Journal of Architectural Education, and CNN – with her newest book The Shenzhen Experiment just released by Harvard University Press. Books online: The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China's Instant City, 2020, Fishpond.com The Shenzhen Experiment, Juan Du - Shop Online for Books in the United States We use cookies to provide essential features and services. Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site. 384 pgs. Juan Du The history of Shenzhen is typically told from 1979. My book introduced Shenzhen through 4 misconceptions of the city: People, Place, Time and Purpose. Imperialism, pernicious as it was in most respects, served as the prime catalyst for social Journal of Architectural Education: Vol. The city sprawls over an area more than twice as large as that of the five boroughs of New York City. While I cannot say these are now “being fixed”, I do want to point out beyond the urban spectacle that are most often the outward image of the city, Shenzhen also have pedestrian-scaled working class neighborhoods, perfectly landscaped luxury residential compounds, packed full public and community libraries, innovative design and art galleries, urban green parks full of people and activities, as well as breathtaking mountain hiking trails and coastal sandy beaches. Her design, research, and criticism works have been published internationally - including the Architecture Review, Domus, Urban China, Volume, Journal of Architectural Education, and CNN – with her newest book The Shenzhen Experiment just released by Harvard University Press. Juan Du teaches Architecture at the University of Hong Kong and is the director of IDU_architecture. China’s Reform and Opening Up after 1979 allowed Shenzhen to learn from Hong Kong, but also facilitated rapid economic growth of Hong Kong. In 1979, driven by China’s widespread poverty, Deng Xiaoping supported a bold proposal to experiment with socioeconomic policies in a rural borderland next to Hong Kong. But Du, an architect and urban planner, complicates the simple narrative of the city’s ascent. The book opens with the story of Jiang Kairui, a budding song lyricist, who travels from the north-east of China to Shenzhen and wrote the song “The Story of Spring”, which was a huge national hit. The principal force in awakening the people and setting them on the road to struggle, She will be among the speakers of Utopian Hours, the city making festival festival taking place in Turin on October 23-25, also available with live streaming access. The book tells the enigmatic story of how a rural borderland developed into a city of 20 million, a rate unprecedented in human history. 63, No. This book, an outgrowth of that study, also addresses the broader issue of popular resistance This translation of the introduction to Wang Hui’s Rise of Modern Chinese Thought (2004) makes Harvard University Press. A major contribution to understanding a fascinating city. Juan Du will discuss the role of architecture and urban planning in her presentation “The Critical Experiment of Shenzhen: Demystifying China’s ‘Instant City’”. of revolutionary China and Chinese–American relations. Juan Du, architect, professor, and contributor to Domus is the author of The Shenzhen Experiment (Harvard University Press). 63, No. Juan Du This project unravels the myth of Shenzhen, showing how the success of this modern “miracle” depended as much on its indigenous farmers and migrant workers as on central policy makers. Javascript is not enabled in your browser. This engaging book challenges the traditional notion that Japan was an isolated nation cut off The evening weather was perfect for a leisurely walk around the neighbourhood. Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date. Author. Explores the blurry history of the city, beginning with its farmers and oyster fishermen…An important story for architects and planners everywhere facing the excitement as well as perils of rapid urbanization and industrialization. The book tells the enigmatic story of how a rural borderland developed into a city of 20 million, a rate unprecedented in human history. Juan Du, an award-winning architect, urban planner and academic, tells her story of Shenzhen through some of the people who made the city. Books online: The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China's Instant City, 2020, Fishpond.com The Shenzhen Experiment, Juan Du - Shop Online for Books in the United States We use cookies to provide essential features and services. plus shipping $35.72. free shipping worldwide. Shenzhen is home to Huawei, DJI, Oppo and many more tech industries. Words Juan Du Illustration Michael Tada “S henzhen Speed” and “Shenzhen Miracle” are repeatedly used to describe the exceptional rate of growth in China’s fastest-growing megacity. Up to 50% Off Select Toys and Collectibles, Knock Knock Gifts, Books & Office Supplies, B&N Exclusive Holiday Totes - $4.99 with Purchase, Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser, China Upside Down: Currency, Society, and Ideologies, 1808-1856, China's Republican Revolution: The Case of Kwangtung, 1895-1913, Common Frameworks: Rethinking the Developmental City in China. Her new book ‘The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City’ (Harvard University Press) emerged from her active involvement in the ongoing development and planning of the city. The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City. Department: Architecture Research Centre: Urban Ecologies Design Lab Active Dates: 2010-2019 Principal Investigator: Juan Du Abstract. In 1979, driven by China’s widespread poverty, Deng Xiaoping supported a bold proposal to experiment with socioeconomic policies in a rural borderland next to Hong Kong. In an era that values technological innovation and the value of the new, Juan Du unearths another less shiny and polished history of a simple narrative of Shenzhen as an instant city with exponential economic benefits. The people of Shenzhen embrace new ideas, whether cultural or technological. The rapid construction of the infrastructure of the city did result in streets to wide to cross, skyscrapers outlandish in its postmodern glory, public plazas too big to be pleasant for pedestrians, and high-tech parks that are characterless etc. As covered in my book, there are still many sites remaining in the city of historic significances, such as the Nantou Ancient City and the hundreds of urban villages that often dates back several centuries in history. By Juan Du Shenzhen was a fishing village that turned into a megalopolis through the alchemy of China’s reforms of the last 40 years. Although typically benign, hemangiomas can become life-threatening. part of his four-volume masterwork available to English readers for the first time. In The Shenzhen Experiment, Juan Du deftly uncovers the secrets of the city famous for its unprecedented economic development and social mobility. How is the “smart city” concept evolving there? This remarkable exploration of modern China reveals the humanity hidden in the shadows of international finance and globalized architecture. Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser. to state-directed social change and efforts of postrevolutionary regimes to reassert control over society in order to continue socioecomonic and political transformations. Domus 1053 on newsstands: “Initiation by light”, Ciclostile Architettura upgrades farmhouse in Siena countryside, The documentary about Alvar Aalto's only building in Italy is available online, A nest house in the midst of nature in Stockholm. Who were the protagonists of this incredible growth? And in the future? Journal of Architectural Education: Vol. 2020. The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City. These infrastructure projects, part of a drive to create a “Greater Bay Area” in the delta, are closely connected to the protests, as Juan Du’s “The Shenzhen Experiment” makes clear. Publication Date. change in China throughout the turbulent period from 1895 to 1913. Juan Du unravels the myth of Shenzhen and shows us how this world-famous "instant city" has a surprising history--filled with oyster fishermen, villages that remain encased within city blocks, a secret informal housing system--and how it has been catapulted to success as much by the ingenuity of its original farmers as by Beijing's policy makers. As Juan Du, an architect and author of new book "The Shenzhen Experiment" observed in an email interview: "This cluster of tall buildings became the image of … Since then, its story evolved faster than anyone would imagine. Shenzhen today is less of a city-wide construction site and more settled into a megacity in the subtropics. Juan Du unravels the myth of Shenzhen and shows us how this world-famous “instant city” has a surprising history―filled with oyster fishermen, villages that remain encased within city blocks, a secret informal housing system―and how it has been catapulted to success as much by the ingenuity of its original farmers as by Beijing’s policy makers. The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City, Juan Du (Harvard University Press, January 2020) The book begins not with an abstract story of Shenzhen’s early history, but a personal tale which epitomizes its spirit of transformation. ©1997-2021 Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Inc. 33 East 17th Street, New York, NY 10003. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. This is a remarkable book on a remarkable subject…Will delight both a general audience curious about China’s rise, and China Hands looking for greater depth and insights into how Shenzhen fits into (and illuminates) a bigger story of modern political, economic, and social development. Juan Du, an award-winning architect, urban planner and academic, tells her story of Shenzhen through some of the people who made the city. 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