Thursday, Sept. 24, 7pm: China’s Emptying Villages and What They Tell Us — Ben Wood and Yu Ping

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Date(s) - Thursday, September 24 2015
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Madang Road 119

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China’s Emptying Villages and What They Tell Us

Ben Wood and Yu Ping

Hundreds of millions of Chinese have left rural villages over the course of the country’s wave of urbanization in the past three decades.  What is left of those rural landscapes, and what do the remaining dwellers and structures tell us about China? Partly through photos, Wood and Yu will explore the subject in a presentation called “Design without Designers.”

Thursday, September 24, 2015

7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Venue details: 

 

Ma Dang Road, No. 119, 2F  (at Xintiandi)

 

 

 Admission: FCC members: Free; Non-members: 50 rmb

Ticket includes free glass of wine and soft drinks

 

 

 

 

 

About the Speakers: Ben Wood holds a master’s degree in architecture from MIT. His first project in China was Xintiandi. He is currently working on projects in Wuhan, Wuchang, Zhuhai, and Quanzhou, among other cities. Yu Ping is a western China-based photographer.  

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