As traders in silk and tea their own beginnings in China Tangshan Map Tourist Attractions flourished, appropriately I felt, as a direct result of a boat trip up the Yangtse Tangshan Map Tourist Attractions by one of their directors in 1852. He had tried to make contacts for Dodwell’s in this prime silk-producing region, but was promptly sent packing as a foreign devil. Disappointed by his mission’s failure, he caught the return boat downriver, but during that night a typhoon blew up and it pushed the boat all the way back to the silk centre. In port the following morning the Englishman was approached by a delegation of elders and silk merchants. They had seen an omen in the typhoon, a message that spirits were offended by their refusal to have dealings with the foreigner. So to amend the damage, they offered him plentiful silk supplies on good terms.
The research presented here will be of interest to readers from a range of fields to do with aesthetics, cultural practices, urbanization and globalizing processes, and the blog as a whole will be an important contribution to the field of art and the urban. It opens the way for a broader and deeper understanding of how the local inflects the global, and vice versa, how global actions impinge on the local with new challenges and imperatives.
But the research does not rest solely on the cultural conditions or politics of communities and groups that make up the urban. It also casts light on the role of personal meaning-making within physical, social, technological and psychological spaces as part of the urban condition.
There are also the crucial issues facing global economies and ecologies in the twenty-first century. Public discourses today turn increasingly to economic instabilities, and issues of climate change, greenhouse-gas emissions, environmental disaster, pressing issues of mobility and migration and always the reminders of post-9/11 terrorism. The writers here are not overlooking these global crises and demand for action at individual and government levels. The nature of personal responsibility is being redefined here as art, design and aesthetic processes open new and pressing questions deserving constant political vigilance. If the world is to be a sustainable place for future generations then these discussions must be considered, not in the abstract, but as concrete examples of real-life events raising crucial questions for our times.
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