Sustainable Cultural Spaces in the Global City: Cultural Clusters in Heritage Sites, Hong Kong and Singapore
Cattle Depot Artist Village, Hong Kong, cattle slaughterhouse, former British colony, Challenges, sustainability of Cattle Depot Artist Village, lack of clarity of official responsibility, broken chains of governance, Chinatown, Singapore, inscription of "Chineseness", roots in colonial urban planning, Cultural clusters in heritage sites, Hong Kong and Singapore, sustainable cultural spaces in global citie, Cultural investment in urban and economic growth, space for cultural use, Cultural space, in global cities in Asia, Hong Kong and Singapore, local places, turned to cultural use, Culture-led urban regeneration and cultural/creative economy, cultural investment, valued because of urban and economic regeneration, Global cities, cultural spaces, vibrancy and viability of spaces, vitality of global cities, Global cities, networked nodes, multiple and intensive global flows of people, goods, services, ideas and images, Urban spaces, economic and cultural flows, characterizing global city
Asian Studies | Human Geography | Sociology of Culture | Urban Studies
The New Blackwell Companion to the City
Bridge, G.; Watson, S.
City or Country
Kong, Lily. (2012). Sustainable Cultural Spaces in the Global City: Cultural Clusters in Heritage Sites, Hong Kong and Singapore. In The New Blackwell Companion to the City (pp. 452-462). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.
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