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Changchun: unfinished capital planning of Manzhouguo, 1932–42

  • QINGHUA GUO (a1)

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The rise and decline of Changchun is examined focusing on its urban character in terms of symbolic identity and built form. Based on an analysis of physical characteristics of the urban fabric and architectural forms of the state buildings, the study explores and identifies the ideological underpinnings of city planning and the methodological sources of architectural design to understand how the city was shaped and why.

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Changchun: unfinished capital planning of Manzhouguo, 1932–42

  • QINGHUA GUO (a1)

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