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In the reality of China, neither the designers nor the users, but two other parties grosso modo define the outcome of the urban environment: the state and the market. This chapter raises questions about the process of real-estate development in China and its effect on the city. In turn, we ask what you, the user, want your city to be. Enjoy a selection of anonymous dreams for the future of the city posted on DCF’s online survey or take our Survey yourself. It survey consists of two parts: simple questions to find out where people live and if they like their current homes, and an open question where you can describe you ultimate dream for the future.
With introductions on user-informed planning by Neville Mars and Adrian Hornsby.