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How not to urbanise
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VIKTOR KOROTAYEV/REUTERS Tomb No. 1, the largest of three pits where China's army of terracotta soldiers are buried, at the museum located about 40 km from the ancient capital of Xi'an in northern China.

The model of urban development that has been adopted recently in China takes little from the preserving and conserving approaches found in Europe that provide aesthetic value, pleasant public spaces for residents and varying and mixed use of urban locations. By JAYATI GHOSH


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