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Saturday, April 6 • 9:00am - 10:20am
Saturday - Density, Growth and the Urban-rural Fringe: International Analysis

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Moderator: Greg Andranovich (California State University)

  • The Impact of Dhaka's High Density Development on Livability: A Sustainability Perspective
    Shammi Akter Satu (University of Hong Kong), Rebecca L.H. Chiu (University of Hong Kong)
  • Urban-Rural Dynamics in Colombia: Urban Peripheries, Agriculture, Agro-industry, Mining and Preservation
    Diego Silva Ardila (Universidad Industrial de Santander)
  • Analysis of Urban Growth and Management, Case Study of Tripoli City, Libya
    Almokhtar Attwairi (University of Kansas)
  • Smart Growth towards Sustainable Urban Development in Chinese Cities: Beijing's Vision
    Lang Wei (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Stephen W.K. Mak (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Edwin H.W. Chan (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)


Diego Silva Ardila

Universidad Industrial de Santander
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Almokhtar Attwairi

Graduate Student, University of Kansas
My work focuses on urban studies, I devote a special attention to urban growth and its impacts on surrounding environments within the Middle East and North Africa. My masters analyzed the growth of suburbs of Tripoli City, Libya. I worked as graduate teaching assistant at Geography... Read More →

Shammi Akter Satu

University of Hong Kong
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Lang Wei

PhD Candidate, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Urban Planning and urban studies since 2002; Urbanization, land use planning and regulation, smart growth, Chinese Mega-cities;


Edwin H.W. Chan

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Rebecca Chiu

University of Hong Kong

Stephen W.K. Mak

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University


Saturday April 6, 2013 9:00am - 10:20am PDT
Garden Room