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Faced with problems like mass migration to urban areas, worsening pollution, and gridlock traffic, China’s government is changing the way its cities are designed to make them safer, more secure and more livable. Satellite cities connected by mass transit will give way to dense urban environments integrating commercial, residential and retail spaces into one area that is powered by new technologies. This week on “Thoughtful China,” architect and urban planner Paul Doherty explains about how these innovations, such as virtual reality, 3-D technology and greater access to real-time data, will change the way marketers interact with consumers.
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Designing Smart Cities

Faced with problems like mass migration to urban areas, worsening pollution, and gridlock traffic, China’s government is changing the way its cities are designed to make them safer, more secure and more livable. Satellite cities connected by mass transit will give way to dense urban environments integrating commercial, residential and retail spaces into one area that is powered by new technologies. This week on “Thoughtful China,” architect and urban planner Paul Doherty explains about how these innovations, such as virtual reality, 3-D technology and greater access to real-time data, will change the way marketers interact with consumers.

 

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Thoughtful China was a weekly talk show about creative, media & business affairs in China. The program was produced from 2011 to 2016 and conducted interviews with China's leaders in advertising, brands, digital, marketing and media. More than 180 videos are included in the Thoughtful China series.

By watching the Thoughtful China videos you can learn about trends and issues shaping the world's fastest-growing economy and learn from the country's top advertising, marketing and business executives.

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