2016.02.17 - 12:30 PM
Speaker: TIAN Chengchuan 田成川
Climate Change Department, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)
Chengchuan Tian is a Research Fellow of the Belfer Center, Harvard Kennedy School, and a Postdoctoral Fellow of Peking University. He is the director of the Division of Strategic Research and Planning, Department of Climate Change, NDRC, China.  Dr. Tian has been engaged in strategic planning and policy making on climate change for many years, and has been involved in the National 11th, 12th, and 13th Five-Year Plan drafting work.
2016.01.13 - 2:00 PM
STL Fellows Hub, Room 9-427
Please join us for a roundtable discussion with Dr. TING SHAO, a Tomorrow Foundation Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School of Government, entitled “China’s Housing Development Strategy in the ‘New Normal.’”  The event will take place on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 from 12:30-2PM in the STL Fellows Hub, room 9-427.
2015.10.10 - 8:30 AM
MIT Media Lab

On October 10th – 11th, 2015, the MIT China Real Estate Innovation Conference (CREIC) will be held at MIT Media Lab. The conference will trace the latest trends in the development and revitalization of China’s urban and rural areas, cast a spotlight on the pioneering innovations and entrepreneurship in the real estate field in both China and US, and create a platform to facilitate communication and cooperation between prominent industry leaders, scholars, practitioners, and students.

2015.10.05 - 12:00 PM

On Monday, October 5, from 12:00 - 13:45 PM, the planning departments of two universities--Tongji University and MIT--will engage in a unique dialogue about socially responsible real estate development and urbanization in China. 

2015.03.19 - 6:30 PM
MIT Samuel Tak Lee Building, 9-450

China Urban Development (CUD) student group of DUSP held its first general meeting to discuss ideas on establishing a new association for all MIT and Harvard students to formulate collaborative research and professional practices in China's architecture, real estate development, and urban planning.  Discussion topics included a newly proposed lecture series to be held in the coming academic year and a conference on China’s real estate innovation in the fall semester of 2015.