Two years ago, I published an article titled How to Make a City of the Future with the goal of showing you how to make cities.
It was not an easy task, because cities are complex, hard to build, and the only way to create a city is to have a lot of people live in it.
That has been my focus as a city planner ever since.
Since then, I’ve tried to put a lot more thought into my work and I’ve learned a lot.
So here is what I’ve learnt about cities and the cities that exist today.
The only cities that matter in the world are those that are unique to China source FourTwo title The cities that are most unique to the world include the following in China, with the notable exceptions of Shanghai and Shanghai Disneyland.
There are only about 100 cities with a population of more than a million People in the World, according to the World Bank, and that number has grown over the past 20 years.
Source FourTwo 3.
Cities are a social and political phenomenon, and people love to live and work in them.
Source Six 4.
China’s urbanization rate has doubled over the last 20 years, from 1.5% to 7.5%.
The urban population has grown by more than 200 million people, from 10 million to 20 million.
China has 1,500 cities with more than 1 million people.
There is a city per person in China with a GDP of over $100,000 per capita, and an average population of 4,000 people.
China has 1.2 billion people.
China is home to the fastest growing city in the history of the world, Shanghai.
China, which is home of the largest economy in the entire world, is now a net exporter of electricity, cement, copper, glass and other precious metals.
China exports more than $10 trillion in goods every year.
There are more than 70 million skyscrapers in China.
Source FiveThirtyEight 13.
China boasts the largest urban area in the whole world.
Source FourFourTwo 14.
China had a population density of more then 300 people per square kilometre in 2012, according to a survey.
The average person in Shanghai has about 2,200 square metres of land area.
Source SevenEleven 16.
The number of cars per person is greater than in all the world’s most populous cities.
More than 40% of Chinese adults are married, and nearly half of Chinese couples have never had children.
Only 0.3% of people in China are poor.
In the last five years, China has achieved a record number of economic growth, but the economy has been shrinking.
Source Nine 20.
The average household size in China is now 7.2 people.
Source SevenEleven 21.
If you were to take all the people in the US and put them in the cities of China, they would be the equivalent of about 1% of the US population.
China holds the largest number of billionaires in the modern history of mankind, with more than 100 billionaires.
Over 2,000 companies in China have over $1 trillion in revenues.
As of 2011, there were more than 60 million mobile phones in China and over 70% of them are in the hands of the elderly.
China hosts the world largest number in-person shopping, with more people shopping online than anywhere else in the Western world.
China currently has the largest internet penetration in the Middle East and North Africa.
China accounts for one-fifth of the global trade in food and is the second-largest food importer.
Between 2001 and 2010, China had one of the fastest-growing economies in the G7.
Every day in China there are about 20,000 Chinese people in prison.
According to the IMF, China will overtake the United States as the world largest economy by 2020.
At the height of the Chinese stock market bubble, more people were taking out loans from their home banks to buy shares in the stock market than there were in the country.
It is estimated that more than 90% of China’s land mass is owned by private corporations.
From 1990 to 2000, the world was experiencing an increase in the number of suicides.
While the world is in the midst of an economic crisis, China continues to grow.
One of the biggest issues that China faces is climate change.
36. About 70% of Chinese millionaires live in rural areas.
Most of China