Category Archives: Architecture

Ode to Hong Kong

  When I was growing up and I thought of China, or Japan, or any place in Asia really, I imagined this; narrow streets bustling with people, skyscrapers enclosing on all sides, and an energy that can’t be described but

Ode to Hong Kong

  When I was growing up and I thought of China, or Japan, or any place in Asia really, I imagined this; narrow streets bustling with people, skyscrapers enclosing on all sides, and an energy that can’t be described but

Moganshan Lu

One of most delightful places in Shanghai by far is Moganshan Lu, otherwise known as the M50 galleries. This mini-neighborhood found near Suzhou Creek (and has it’s own Wikipedia Page) is a collection of independent shops, galleries and studios occupying the

Moganshan Lu

One of most delightful places in Shanghai by far is Moganshan Lu, otherwise known as the M50 galleries. This mini-neighborhood found near Suzhou Creek (and has it’s own Wikipedia Page) is a collection of independent shops, galleries and studios occupying the

The Ningbo Museum

Last April I accompanied some friends to a weekend sports tournament in the city of Ningbo,  3 hours southeast of Shanghai. This was shortly after the 2012 winner of the Pritzker Prize was announced, Chinese architect Wang Shu( His small

The Ningbo Museum

Last April I accompanied some friends to a weekend sports tournament in the city of Ningbo,  3 hours southeast of Shanghai. This was shortly after the 2012 winner of the Pritzker Prize was announced, Chinese architect Wang Shu( His small