Why I chose digital format for WLA quarterly magazine

Last year I launched WLA quarterly landscape architecture magazine and it has had a humble beginning and sold a few copies in print and digital…mostly in digital. The reason I selected digital is for many reasons, the biggest was the ability to transport in 0’s and 1’s in digital across the world. Media is changing […]

WLA #02 – Landscape Architecture Magazine – combining my two passions

I have recently set about publishing a quarterly landscape architecture magazine called WLA, after my website World Landscape Architecture. It is an interesting process with many hours of emailing, downloading, cross checking, proof reading, sending proofs and overall administration to publish a magazine whilst working full-time in Shanghai. Essentially I love creating the magazine as […]

Shanghai to improve Bicycle and Pedestrian Network

Shanghai announced plans to create a non-motorized traffic network in downtown areas over the next five years. Cycleways and bike lanes and connections with sideroads will be improved, along with areas for Parking facilities for non-motorized vehicles at Metro and bus stations. Public bicycle renting facilities will be rolled out following trials in the districts […]

China property market tightening to continue through 2011

Wang Shi, Chairman of  Vanke (China’a largest property developer) this week stated during the China Investment Summit that the market was tightening due to the Central Government’s tightening campaign and that the tightening had been effective. He also spoke about real estate prices cooling in a market that has been called a ridiculous bubble. Wang believes that […]