Finding chinatown: ethnocentrism and urban planning

W.F. Chan

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    Abstract

    British planning and urban policy making has long had an engagement with Chinese culture, whether in terms of formulating its practices or in its understandings of the environment. The status of this relationship, however, is one that is difficult to pin down, as what often arises is a sense where Chinese culture is held, on one hand, as a source of inspiration and, on the other, in contempt.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCity of quarters
    Subtitle of host publicationurban villages in the contemporary city
    EditorsDavid Bell, Mark Jayne
    Place of PublicationAldershot
    Publication statusPublished - 7 Apr 2004

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    Keywords

    • urban policy
    • chinese community
    • ethnic minorities
    • diversity
    • citizenship

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    Chan, W. F. (2004). Finding chinatown: ethnocentrism and urban planning. In D. Bell, & M. Jayne (Eds.), City of quarters: urban villages in the contemporary city Aldershot.
    Chan, W.F. / Finding chinatown : ethnocentrism and urban planning. City of quarters: urban villages in the contemporary city. editor / David Bell ; Mark Jayne. Aldershot, 2004.
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