Learning Objectives


1. To discover the relationship between cultural influences and the architectural development in South Vietnam

2. To have a deeper understanding of urban planning issues and the interplay of the matrices of determinants involving physical attributes, commercial feasibility, social fabrics as well as political factors in particular relating to Generation Z (Those born between the early 1990s and the early 2000s).

3. To be aware of the impact of rapid urbanization on the environment and the need for sustainable development in the urban planning process.

4. To gain an insight of Singapore’s strengths in urban planning and sustainable environmental management skill-sets

Friday, May 27, 2011

Day 5 Reflection - Lee Si Yuan

Picture 1: The main entrance of VSIP 1.

Picture 2: VSIP 2 being not completed.

Picture 3: One of the University's building.

What I have learnt:
VSIP - They had everything which can be found in Singapore. They use the yellow box for cars and other vehicles and the same rules applies for the vehicles. Even the railings along the canal had the same green railings that is found in Singapore but they soon found out that it was too high cost to continue importing the railings and because of that, in VSIP 2, the road was not completely done. The VSIP is something that made me very shocked as VSIP 1 was a direct copycat of Singapore not only because of the railings used were imported from Singapore, but also because of the fact that the traffic regulations were exactly the same of Singapore's.

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