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The Cockroach Catcher By Am Ang Zhang
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A Child Psychiatrist's personal view of the human psyche and of the world at large. Cases range from simple childhood toilet and sleep problems to anorexia nervosa, abuse and psychosis and are seen... More > through this specialist's eyes. There are also cases of “entrepreneurs” in the making, cases of family tragedy and cases that turn out not to be psychiatric at all. The material should be of interest to health care practitioners and the general public. Anybody can read The Cockroach Catcher. They do not have to be in the medical profession.< Less
The Cockroach Catcher By Am Ang Zhang
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A Child Psychiatrist's personal view of the human psyche and of the world at large. Cases range from simple childhood toilet and sleep problems to anorexia nervosa, abuse and psychosis and are seen... More > through this specialist's eyes. There are also cases of “entrepreneurs” in the making, cases of family tragedy and cases that turn out not to be psychiatric at all. The material should be of interest to health care practitioners and the general public. Anybody can read The Cockroach Catcher. They do not have to be in the medical profession.< Less
Advancing Mutual Understanding: A Review of the HKU-PKU Joint Urban Planning Fieldtrip to the Pearl River Delta By Jianzheng Liu et al.
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This booklet reviews the intensive 4-days HKU-PKU joint urban planning field trip to the Pearl River Delta from March 9 to March 12 2015 jointly organized by The University of Hong Kong and Peking... More > University. It presents detailed views and opinions from the Hong Kong local college students on mainland China’s urban planning policies, including regional coordination plan, the free trade area, eco-environmental protection, and urban villages. The significance of this review are two folds: it can be used as a reference for cross-border outdoor teaching activities on urban planning; it also offers insights and information in understanding the mutual relationship between Hong Kong and mainland China.< Less
Better Boroughs, Resilient Regions By Milena Popow et al.
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This book documents the research and design of the spring 2013 Master of Infrastructure Planning studio “Better Boroughs, Resilient Regions,” at New Jersey Institute of Technology. The... More > subject of the studio was the rebuilding of New Jersey in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The hurricane, which made landfall near Atlantic City on October 29, 2012, wreaked havoc, and the damage to shoreline and waterfront communities was devastating. Housing, schools, roads, and recreational landscapes were wiped away by winds and rising tides. The scope of rebuilding was overwhelming, and most post-disaster efforts that began almost immediately were local, and as a matter of necessity, focused on immediate needs. In contrast to these initial rebuilding efforts, the studio examined the larger, regional design opportunities confronting the counties of Bergen, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Atlantic, and Ocean, and sought ways to interlink these opportunities with local initiatives< Less
Out of Line: A Show of Extended Drawing Practices By Nelson Gallery
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Catalogue for Out of Line: A Show of Extended Drawing Practices at UC Davis’ Richard L. Nelson Gallery. Drawing is one of the oldest forms of art making, yet artists continue to find ways to... More > evolve the tradition. In this exhibition artists will be shown who are extending drawing into very large scale, and examining "the line" per se. Featuring the art of Carol Bernard, Bette Burgoyne, Larry Cressman, Jim Denevan, Jeff Eisenberg, Julia Haft Candell, Jim Melchert, and Hong Zhang. Curated by Renny Pritikin< Less