The Troubles of Urban Growth 《“城”长的烦恼》
Edited by the Contemporary Cultural Studies website
First published by Shanghai bookstore in June, 2010
Who own our life?
WANG Xiaoming: Is city but a vanity fair?
Guinness: What has Capital deprived us of?
CHEN Zhanbiao: Dead tiger, fat panda, and community centers
Toybook: Donghu (Lake Dong) and infinitely large
Who is in charge of city space?
MIN Dongchao: The sky and land of a city
Jerryhoop: The sense of space of a native: Reality and Virtual reality
ZHU Hongzhao: Living near the Shanghai Lianhua Road Metro Station
Dunguo: The energy of illegality
Paoapao: Travelers from afar staying behind
WANG Xiaoming: “Badgers” of the streets of Vietnam
Putao: The public notice board that everyone has a key to
Christopher Connery: Creating Social Space
Do we need to speed up Living?
MIN Dongchao: Fast Cities and Slow Cities
Putao: The pace of a city
XUAN Xiaofeng: Under the pressure of efficiency
PANG Min: Slow living in an old city
ZHANG Yongfeng: Ease and Leisure
Shanshan: Fast track to happiness, fast track to death
How can a city be more “natural”?
SHEN Shanzeng:I can’t figure out why such obvious problems could be overlooked
Chinese Parasol Tree: Let’s talk about “low carbon”
Zishen Youth: Slowly Citizens’ hands go up
LUO Xiaoming: Nature in the city
Green: scenery for sale
Buyiyijian: to build a city capable of feeling
Tangfu: Nature is a notion that inspires
City: the bigger the better?
CAI Bin: Shanghai as a megacity
XIANG Pu: Model living under the skyline of the city
Gebozhou: 12 years of in-city migration
Yuxiatushuo：Centre and periphery of a city
Shidian：Strangers in the city
Where is Shanghai?
XU someone: the place of Shanghai
JIANG Huer: On “that” side of Shanghai
Cool Air：You live upstream of Yangtze River, I live downstream
Hongqixia：Better city does not exist in isolation
Saoyezhucha：The blood-sucking city will eventually fall
Where does city culture come from?
LI Chen: Between School and City, where does autonomy in education lie?
Where is city culture going?
Anjun: Cities in books
Wocheng: TV news and city spirit
Dumbo: The Internet as a way out
SHEN Shanzeng: Inspecting Shanghai dialect from a developmental perspective
ZHU Hongzhao: Be a “cultured” friend
Donald Duck: Small deeds, big dreams
Liyang: Dear doorman
SUN Xiaozhong: What is truly good should be good for everyone
Why can’t a city lose its memory?
JSQD: New York vs. Shanghai
Is the city ours?
Xinmeisizhi：Let our memories speak of a different kind of city life
Toybook: I remember, years ago
Xiao Bing et al.: Memories and identity that do not have a place in the city
Dunguo：Safeguarding the city’s memory
Zishen Youth：Where do our concerns lie?
Green: A city losing its sense of stability
XING Jie: City and romance
Salomes-nox: Visiting a dentist
Mr. Luo Yue: When was Shanghai ever ours?
Xiao Pao et al.: How to make the city “ours”?
MAO Jian: My land, my people: Questionnaires on “Expo 2010 Shanghai China”
Is the city open to everyone?
ZHANG Yongfeng: Where does the sense of superiority of city dwellers come from?
Minal: Elderly women have become the city’s burden?
Zishen Youth：When we can no longer live with dignity
Da Ke et al.：From hometown to a foreign place
Zhuyeqing：The flexibility of homesickness
WANG Yue: Shanghai, finding your own style