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Singapore is Turning Forests into Gardens

On the Colonial Fantasies of the Garden City

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Singapore has built its national identity and international reputation around its futuristic green urbanization projects, attracting a wide range of investors, talent, experts, and tourists. Its Garden City project alone is an incredible feat of large-scale, state-led green urbanization. Yet, the social, environmental…




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