Boya Guo, M.A. Candidate, Harvard Graduate School of Design
During the winter of 2018, I visited four sites: Hangzhou (China), Wuzhen (China), Kyoto (Japan), and Osaka (Japan) to study and compare traditions of copying and their modern spatial isomorphism in China and Japan with the support from Victor and William Fung Foundation Fund at the Harvard Asia Center. The project was conducted by doing theoretical and historical research, visual analysis, and on-site research, including interviews with residents and experts.... Read more about Student Report – Copycat Architecture and Landscape in China and Japan
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