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Urban Planning in China – Nov 30, 2012

Chinese Urban Planning System and Unique Practices in Chengdu City

The Sustainable Cities Initiative would like to invite you to its first visiting scholar Mr. Peng Tang’s presentation titled “Chinese Urban Planning System and Unique Practices in Chengdu City.”

Peng will talk about urban planning process in China, Chengdu urban-rural integration plan, Chengdu world garden city plan, and Chengdu ecological system plan.

DATE: Friday, November 30th
TIME: 11:30am – 12:30pm
LOCATION: University of Oregon, Hendricks Hall, Room 100

Pizza and soda provided!

SCI China: Visiting Scholars Program

The SCI China visiting scholar program offers opportunities to scholars and practitioners from China to come to Oregon to conduct applied research on planning and design strategies for sustainable urban development. Mr. Peng Tang is the first “graduate” of this program. He spent the past 9 months in Eugene and Portland auditing classes, conducting literature research, and participating in professional activities.

Peng is the Vice President of Chengdu Institute of Planning and Design.  His previous research includes analysis of Chengdu spatial structure, study of the urban and rural form of Chengdu, Chengdu-Chongqing Urban Agglomeration Coordinated Development Planning, and etc.

Peng holds a master degree in Urban Planning and Design from Tsinghua University, two Bachelor degrees in Economic and Urban planning from Peking University.

Think you can make it?

Please RSVP to Hong Wu if you plan to attend.
hwu2@uoregon.edu