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August 03, 2006


Jason Graham-Nye

We have manufacturing in China and every time I go there new cities emerge between Shanghai and Nanjing. The pace of change is extraordinary.
Absolutely concur that it is the tale of two cities - the work Bill McDonough is doing on the one hand is inspirational yet when you spend time in some regions it makes you wonder how sustainable some of these cities really are as capitalism moves in.


Thanks Joel, I have been having exactly the same confusion over China, thanks for articulating and sampling the postings. Guess only time will tell.

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