Creative industries, public engagement and urban redevelopment in Hong Kong: Cultural regeneration as another dose of isotopia? ☆

@article{Tang2016CreativeIP,
  title={Creative industries, public engagement and urban redevelopment in Hong Kong: Cultural regeneration as another dose of isotopia? ☆},
  author={Wing-Shing Tang},
  journal={Cities},
  year={2016},
  volume={56},
  pages={156-164}
}
Abstract Culture-led urban regeneration has been the buzzword of many cities around the world nowadays. There are two related ways to interrogate this problematic. First, it is about the extent to which it is a real urban future for cities. Second, it is about its applicability to cities other than those in the West. This article attempts to tackle these related queries by, first, invoking Lefebvre's concepts of utopia vs isotopia and, then, drawing on two cases of cultural regeneration in an… Expand
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