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Xiangming Chen & Curtis Stone

In: The SAGE Handbook of the 21st Century City

Chapter 26: Rethinking Border Cities: In-between Spaces, Unequal Actors and Stretched Mobilities across the China–Southeast Asia Borderland

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Rethinking Border Cities: In-between Spaces, Unequal Actors and Stretched Mobilities across the China–Southeast Asia Borderland
Rethinking Border Cities: In-between Spaces, Unequal Actors and Stretched Mobilities across the ChinaSoutheast Asia Borderland
Xiangming Chen Curtis Stone
Introduction

What happens to border cities in this age of widespread urbanization, intensified globalization, and accelerated mobility? How does urbanism manifest itself and change in previously isolated and recently opened border regions? In what ways do rapid growth and greater opening of border cities affect local governance and everyday life? We are living in a world where cities have become more diverse and fluid than ever before. A small number of heavily studied cities like New York and Shanghai, the two largest and most ...

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