The average building in China is expected to last for 35 to 30 years as the obsolescence of consumer goods is applied to urban design. Here's why.
I've also published articles in CityMetric and Forbes this month. Find them here.
Planning on taking the Singapore Escape Plan. Not yet though.
This view from my window was earned the hard way.
As China transitions from being the "world's factory" to a global epicenter of innovation the maker movement is being brought to the forefront of national attention.
A rough rendition of a rant that I gave a reporter of a major financial magazine. May contain some bullshit.
China has been doing what it does for a very, very long time, and our reaction has always been pretty much the same.
Shenzhen has become a dream city for the world's makers and other high-tech hardware innovators.
China is growing -- literally. Each year China grows by the size of Singapore through reclaiming land from the sea.
On the road ahead lies Singapore, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Dubai, and Sri Lanka (and maybe the Maldives too).