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

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Day 5 Reflection - Jaime Pang

 Sorry for late reflections;(

On the 5th day,we first went to Becamex where we saw the model of Binh Duong New City.Parts of the city are grouped into different categories,some were used for residental needs,some for further investigation in high-tech science,and many more.

Photo 1: Model of Binh Duong New City

After visiting Becamex,we went on to explore the campus of Eastern International University that was not fully completed yet.We were told that the EIU recruits their students after their campus is completed,instead of recruiting their students before the campus starts building like the other schools in Singapore.
Photo 2: Eastern International University Building

Photo 3:Model of Eastern International University
We went to visit the Vietnam-Singapore-Industrial-Park where we saw many design and layouts that were adapted from various places in Singapore.They had street signs placed by the roadside to warn drivers of road restrictions,many roads in Singapore use this design.

Photo 4: TOMBO factory in Vietnam

Photo 5: Model of Vietnam-Singapore-Industrial-Park
Photo 6:Street Sign by the roads in VSIP

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