The varied western influence on local food and restaurants in Lhasa was explored for this report.
This presentation explores the early impact of the growing Chinese investment from Beijing and Shanghai through the EB-5 program on real estate in New York.
How religious societies and practices were affected during the recovery of the 2015 Kathmandu, Nepal earthquake, and what preparations are in place for future emergencies are a couple of the questions addressed in this talk.
A continuation of Noor’s study about discrimination and violence directed toward non-Muslim religious and ethnic minorities in Pakistan, and what happens when the youth from various communities are brought together despite ongoing tension.
This presentation explores the intersections of time, place, and development in Detroit, delving into the uneasy terrain of (re)making a future city, and tracks the deeply racialized tensions that emerge when urban residents share physical space but occupy different temporalities.
Because Thailand is not a signatory to the UN Convention on refugees, and does not provide help to them, civil society has taken the lead in offering support.