Profile

Yi-Wen Wang holds a PhD in Architecture from the University of Nottingham, UK, and specialises in 20th century heritage conservation and management. She joined the Department of Urban Planning and Design, XJTLU, in 2011 and is currently teaching postgraduate modules on heritage conservation, place making and urban design. Her research interests lie in the areas of urban conservation and heritage management, focusing on socio-cultural issues of heritage-led regeneration in both urban and rural contexts. She is particularly interested in the protection of unassuming historical structures and fabric, and much of her research work focuses on the conservation issues surrounding post-war housing heritage. Other parts of her research explore the relationship between the industrial heritage valorisation and creative industry development; the role of agricultural heritage in rural regeneration and its potential for promoting community-based tourism development; and the use of technologies for promoting cultural tourism and as a vehicle for public engagement and community empowerment.
Yiwen Wang
  • Qualifications

    • Ph.D. , University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK - 2012
    • M.Arch , Department of Architecture, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan - 2003
    • BSc (Hons) , Department of Architecture, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan - 1996
  • Experience

    • Associate Professor, Department of Urban Planning and Design, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University - 2016 to Present
    • Visiting Scholar, School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape, Newcastle University - 2016
    • Lecturer, Department of Urban Planning and Design, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University - 2011 to 2016
    • Postgraduate Research Assistant, Urban Design Research Group, Departmetn of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Nottingham - 2010 to 2011
    • Design Studio Tutor, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Nottingham - 2007 to 2009
    • Project Designer, Yan-Liang Lin Architect & Associates - 2004 to 2005
    • Interior Designer, Sustainable Design House - 2003 to 2005
    • Research Assistant, Department of Architecture, Tunghai University - 1999 to 2003
    • Postgraduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Architecture, Tunghai University - 1999 to 2000
  • Research interests

    • urban conservation and heritage-led regeneration
    • 20th-century heritage conservation
    • industrial heritage and adaptive reuse
    • historic rural landscape and community-based tourism development
    • uncomfortable heritage and dark tourism
  • Articles

    • Manley, A., Silk, M., Chung, C., Wang, Y. & Bailey, R. (2020) 'Chinese Perceptions of Overseas Cultural Heritage: Emotive Existential Authenticity, Exoticism and Experiential Tourism', Leisure Sciences, pp. 1-22.
    • Liu, M., Wang, Y. and Nolf, C. (2019) “Creative Chinese Countryside? Township-Village Enterprises as Incubators”, Built Heritage, vol. 3, no. 4, pp.72-91.
    • Wang, Y. and Wang, X. (2018) “Industrial Heritage Valorisation and Creative Industry Proliferation in Shanghai's Urban Regeneration”, Built Heritage, vol. 2, no. 2, pp.76-92.
    • Kim, J. S. and Wang, Y. (2018) “Tourism Identity in Social Media: the Case of Suzhou Historic City, China”, Transactions of the Association of European Schools of Planning, vol. 2, no. 1, pp.63-80.
    • Pendlebury, J., Wang, Y. & Law, A. (2017) 'Re-Using “Uncomfortable Heritage”: The Case of the 1933 Building, Shanghai', International Journal of Heritage Studies, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 211-229.
    • Wang, Y. (2016) 'Post-War Modernity as Embodied in the Chung-Hsing New Village, Taiwan', Journal of Art and Design, no. 6, pp. 43-78.
    • Wang, Y. & Pendlebury, J. (2016) ‘The Modern Abattoir as a Machine for Killing: The Municipal Abattoir of the Shanghai International Settlement, 1933’, Architectural Research Quarterly, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 131-144.
    • Wang, Y. & Heath, T. (2011) ‘Reconceptualising Heritage Conservation for 20th-Century Architecture’, Journal of Art and Design, no. 1, pp. 1-30.
    • Wang, Y. & Heath, T. (2010) 'Towards Garden City Wonderlands: New Town Planning in 1950s Taiwan', Planning Perspectives, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 141-169.
    • Wang, Y. & Heath, T. (2008) 'Constructions of National Identity: A Tale of Twin Capital Building in Early Post-War Taiwan', Taiwan in Comparative Perspective, vol. 2, pp. 21-46.
  • Proceedings

    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Heath, Tim, “Individual Architectural Merit, Collective Urban Presence: Mapping the Fading Post-War Cityscape of Taipei, Taiwan”, the 2nd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development, Green Lines Institute, Évora, Portugal, 22-26 June 2010. Published in R. Amoêda, S. Lira & C.Pinheiro (eds), Heritage 2010: Heritage and Sustainable Development, vol. 2, Green Lines Institute, Barcelos, pp. 1237-1246. [ISBN 9789899567139 (hbk)]
  • Books, monographs, compilations and manuals

    • Ludwig, C., Walton, L. & Wang, Y. (eds), (2020) The Heritage Turn in China: The Reinvention, Dissemination and Consumption of Heritage. (Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam)
    • Verdini, G., Wang, Y. & Zhang, X. (ed.) (2016). Urban China's Rural Fringe: Actors, dimensions and management challenges. (Abingdon: Routledge).
    • Lei, C., Cao, K., Fang, Y. & Wang, Y. (Eds) (2016) Revitalisation of Historic City – Design Proposals for Pingjiang Historic District in Suzhou: Outcomes of the Joint Graduate Design Studio. (China Building Industry Press)
  • Chapters, cases, readings and supplements

    • Wang, Yiwen & Nolf, Christian (2021) 'Historic Landscape and Water Heritage of Suzhou Beyond the Tourist Gaze', in Beibei Tang & Paul Cheung (eds), Suzhou in Transition, Routledge, pp. 42-86.
    • Ludwig, C. & Wang, Y. (2020) 'Contemporary Fabrication of Pasts and the Creation of New Identities? Open-Air Museums and Historical Theme Parks in the UK and China', in Ludwig, C. et al (eds), The Heritage Turn in China: The Reinvention, Dissemination and Consumption of Heritage, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 131-168.
    • Wang, Yiwen 2016, 'Rural Regeneration in Yangtze River Delta: the challenge and potential for rural heritage tourism development'' in (eds) Urban China's Rural Fringe: Actors, dimensions and management challenges, Routledge, pp. 81-108
    • Wang, Yiwen 2011, ''The Revival of the Modern Movement in the 21st Century: The Conservation of 20th-Century Modernist Legacies' in (eds) After Modernity, Garden City, pp. 49-60
  • Conference presentations

    • Pendlebury, John & Wang, Yiwen (2020) ‘What Distinguish “Adaptive Reuse” from Reuse?’, the Association of Critical Heritage Studies 5th Biennial Conference (ACHS) 2020: Heritage Futures, London (online), 26-30 August 2020.
    • Nolf, Christian, Wang, Yiwen & Liu, Mengchuan (2019) ‘Urban Regeneration and (over) tourism in China: Exploring Alternative Tracks in Suzhou’s Historic Centre’, paper presented to the 2019 AESOP Congress ‘Planning in Transition,’ Venice, 9-13 July 2019.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Pendlebury, John (2019) ‘What Distinguish “Adaptive Reuse” from Utilitarian Reuse? – the Communicative Competency of Design Interventions’, paper presented to the 4th International Conference on Changing Cities – Spatial, Design, Landscape & Socio-economic Dimensions, Chania, Greece, 24-29 June 2019.
    • Du, Gao & Wang, Yi-Wen (2019) ‘The Reuse of Decommissioned Prison in the Heritage/Tourism Industry’, paper presented to the International Conference ‘The Thrill of the Dark: Heritages of Fear, Fascination and Fantasy, Birmingham, UK, 25-27 April 2019.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Pendlebury, John (2019) ‘Ethics of Reuse: The Rhetoric and Rationality of Repurposing Slaughterhouses and Meat Premises’, paper presented to the International Conference on The Thrill of the Dark: Heritages of Fear, Fascination and Fantasy, Birmingham, UK, 25-27 April 2019.
    • Craig, Paul, Wang, Yiwen, Kim, Joon Sik, Chen, Gang, Liu, Yu, Li, Jiabei, Gao, Zhiqiang & Du, Gao (2019) ‘Smart Survey Tool: A Multi Device Platform for Museum Visitor Tracking and Tracking Data Visualization’ paper presented to the IEEE PacificVis 2019, Bangkok, Thailand, April 23-26, 2019.
    • Liu, Mengchuan & Wang, Yi-Wen (2019) ‘Creative Chinese Countryside? Township-Village Enterprises (TVEs) as an Incubator’, paper presented to the 2nd International Conference on Built Heritage Studies – Built Heritage Conservation in Rural Revitalization, Shanghai China, 19-22 April 2019.
    • Wang, Yi Wen (2018) ‘Architectural Narratives of the Uncomfortable Past: the Case of Modern Slaughterhouse Reuse’, paper presented to the 2nd International Conference on Heritage of China 2018: Continuity and Celebration of Living Heritage of China, Suzhou, 6-9 September 2018.
    • Wang, Yi Wen, Craig, Paul, Manley, Andrew, Kim, Joon Sik, Chen, Gang (2018) ‘Smart APPs for Museum Visitor Studies: the Use of Technology for Collecting and Visualising Visitor Behavioural and Tracking Data’ , paper presented to the 2nd International Conference on Heritage of China 2018: Continuity and Celebration of Living Heritage of China, Suzhou, 6-9 September 2018.
    • Manley, Andrew, Chung, Lo-Yun, Wang, Yi-Wen, Bailey, Rebecca and Silk, Michael (2018) ‘Understanding the ‘Experiential Value’ of Heritage Assets: Acquiring Insights and Perceptions from Chinese Visitors’, paper presented to the 2nd International Conference on Heritage of China 2018: Continuity and Celebration of Living Heritage of China, Suzhou, 6-9 September 2018.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Huang, Feiran (2018) ‘China’s Socialist Past vs. Social Values: the Case for Conserving Post-1949 Worker’s Housing and Commune Heritage’, paper presented to the 4th Biannual Conference of Association of Critical Heritage Studies (ACHS): Heritage across Borders, Hangzhou, 1-6 September 2018.
    • Manley, Andrew, Chung, Lo-Yun, Bailey, Rebecca, Wang, Yi-Wen & Silk, Michael (2018) ‘Producing and Consuming ‘Romantic Scotland’: Using Exhibitions as a Mode of Representational Power’, paper presented to the 4th Biannual Conference of Association of Critical Heritage Studies (ACHS): Heritage across Borders, Hangzhou, 1-6 September 2018.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen (2018) ‘Ethics of reuse – the Reuse of Modern Slaughterhouses and the Shanghai Municipal Abattoir, 1933’, paper presented to the 6th International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development (Heritage 2018), Granada, 12-15 June 2018.
    • Wang, Yi Wen & Nolf, Christian (2017) ‘Defining Water Heritage of Yangtze River Delta, Significance, Threats and Spatial Strategy for Historic Settlements and Landscapes of Tai Lake Basin’, keynote speech to the conference on Risks to Life, Heritage, and Community on the Yangtze River’, Newcastle, 4-6 December 2017.
    • Kim, Joon Sik & Wang, Yi Wen (2017) ‘Tourism Identity in Social Media: the Case of a Chinese Historic City, Suzhou’, paper presented to The AESOP Annual Congress, Lisbon, 11-14 July 2017.
    • Wang, Yi Wen & Huang, Feiran (2017) ‘China’s Authorized Heritage Discourse on the Recent Past – Deciphering the Nomination of 20th-century Heritage of China’, paper presented to the 3rd International Conference on "Changing Cities", Syros, 26-30 June 2017.
    • Wang, Yi Wen & Pendlebury, John (2016) ‘The Conversion of the Shanghai Municipal Abattoir, 1933: Slaughterhouse as “Perpetrator” Heritage, Site of Collective Amnesia’, the 2016 International Symposium on Reclaiming Identity and (Re)Materialising Pasts – Approaches to Heritage Conservation in China, Suzhou, 6-8 April 2016.
    • Wang, Yi Wen & Pendlebury, John (2015) '1933 Building, Shanghai: A Machine for Killing, a Machine for Consumption', paper presented to the International Conference – Heritage of Death: Landscapes, Sentiment and Practice, Stockholm, 10-11 September 2015, pp 44.
    • Wang, Yi Wen, Zhang, Xiaonan & Sun, Lei (2015) 'Valuing Workers' Housing as Heritage of Post-Liberation China? – Measuring Public Perception of Caoyang New Village, Shanghai', paper presented to STREMAH 2015 – the 14th International Conference on Studies, Repairs and Maintenance of Heritage Architecture, A Coruña, 13-15 July 2015.
    • Wang, Yi Wen & Pendlebury, John (2014) 'The Modern Abattoir as a Machine for Killing: The Municipal Abattoir of the Shanghai International Settlement, 1933', paper presented to AHRA 2014, The 11th International Architectural Humanities Research Association Conference – Industrial of Architecture, Newcastle upon Tyne, 13 -15 November 2014.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Wang, Xiangyi (2014) ‘Reindustrialising Shanghai with Culture and Creativity: Industrial Heritage Valorisation vis-à-vis Creative Industry Clusters Development’, paper presented to The City Future III – Cities as Strategic Places and Players in a Globalized World, Paris, 18-20 June 2014.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen, Zhang, Xiaonan & Sun, Lei (2013) 'Measuring the Public Perception of Post-War Housing Heritage – the Case of Caoyang New Village, Shanghai', paper presented to The AESOP-ACSP Joint Congress 2013 – Planning for Resilient Cities and Regions, Dublin, 15-19 July 2013.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Verdini, Giulio (2012) 'The Role of Heritage in Rural Regeneration: The Challenge and Potential for Rural Heritage Tourism Development in the Countryside around Suzhou, China', paper presented to The AESOP 26th Annual Congress Planning to Achieve / Planning to Avoid: the Need for New Discourses and Practices in Spatial Development and Planning, Ankara, 11-15 July 2012.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Verdini, Giulio (2011) 'Heritage-Led Rural Regeneration: A New Dawn in China?' paper presented to the 8th lALE World Congress: Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Environment and Culture, Beijing, 18-23 August 2011, pp. 564.
    • Verdini, Giulio & Wang, Yi-Wen (2011) 'Planning the Urban Fringe: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Limits in China', paper presented to the 8th lALE World Congress: Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Environment and Culture, Beijing, 18-23 August 2011, pp. 544.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Heath, Tim (2011) “Stigmatized Post-War, ‘Alien’ Post-Independent: Lacuna in ‘Modern’ Asian Architecture Conservation”, East Asian Architectural Culture International Conference: South of East Asia - Re-addressing East Asian Architecture and Urbanism, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 12-14 May 2011, pp. 32.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Heath, Tim (2010) “Individual Architectural Merit, Collective Urban Presence: Mapping the Fading Post-War Cityscape of Taipei, Taiwan”, the 2nd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development, Green Lines Institute, Évora, Portugal, 22-26 June 2010. Published in R. Amoêda, S. Lira & C.Pinheiro (eds), Heritage 2010: Heritage and Sustainable Development, vol. 2, Green Lines Institute, Barcelos, pp. 1237-1246.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Heath, Tim (2009) “Between Adaptability and Authenticity: Design Intervention in the Conservation of Interwar and Post-War Housing in England”, the 5th International Conference on Planning and Design, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, 25-29 May 2009.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Heath, Tim (2008) “Towards Garden City Wonderlands: New Town Planning in 1950s Taiwan”, the 4th Joint Congress of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) and the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP): Bridging the Divide: Celebrating the City, ACSP & AESOP, Chicago, USA, 6-11 July 2008, pp. 81.
    • Wang, Yi-Wen & Heath, Tim (2007) “Prospective and Retrospective Construction of National Identity: Tale of Twin Capital Building in Early Post-War Taiwan”, Telling Places: Narrative and Identity in Art and Architecture, University College London, London, UK, 4-5 December 2007, pp 8.
  • Grants

    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI), Paul Craig, Andrew Manley, Joon Sik Kim, Hyung-chul Chung and Rudong Wang, “Instagrammability of Suzhou as Oversea Destination: Data-mining User Generated Contents on International Social Media”, 194,800RMB awarded by XJTLU Key Programme Special Fund—Exploratory Research Programme (co-funded by Suzhou Finance Bureau, Science and Technology Bureau of Suzhou Industrial Park, Suzhou Dushu Lake Science and Education Innovation Zone Management Committee) (KSF-E-56) (Jan 2020-Dec 2022).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI), Joon Sik Kim, Sheng Zhong and Mengchuan Liu, “Pathways to Community and Private Enterprise Involvement in Rural Tourism Development of Suzhou”, funded 30,000RMB by Suzhou Science and Technology Bureau, 2019 Suzhou Soft-Science Programme (SR201927) (May- September 2019)
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI) and Sheng Zhong & Mengchuan Liu, “Cultural and Creative Spillovers in Suzhou: Mapping Cultural and Creative Industries within and beyond the Designated Boundaries”, 15,000RMB funded by XJTLU Research Institute of Future City Leap Grant (RIFC2019-4), (May-August 2019).
    • Katia Attuyer (PI), Yiwen Wang (CI) & Florence Vannoorbeeck, “Exploring the Value of Traditional Urban Markets: Suzhou Old Town as a Case Study”, 6,000RMB funded by XJTLU Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF201935), (June-August 2019).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI) “Creative Chinese Countryside? Revitalising/Reinventing the Township-Village Enterprises of South Jiangsu Region”, c. 360,000RMB award by XJTLU Postgraduate Research Scholarship (PGRS1819-1-031) (April 2019-March 2022).
    • Christian Nolf (PI), Yi-Wen Wang (CI), Paco Mejias & Eddy S. Fang, “Exploring Slow Tourism Strategies for the Sustainable Redevelopment of Historic Suzhou”, funded 30,000RMB by Suzhou Science and Technology Bureau, 2018 Suzhou Soft-Science Programme (240128) (May- September 2018)
    • Christian Nolf, Yiwen Wang (CI), Paco Mejias & Eddy S. Fang, “Slow Tourism as an Agent of Sustainable Regeneration in Historic Cities: Suzhou Old Town as a Test Case”, 10,000RMB funded by XJTLU Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF201807), (June-August 2018).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI) & Barry Godfrey “the Reuse of Decommissioned Prisons in the Heritage Industry: Comparative Research in China and UK”, 99,000 RMB awarded by XJTLU Research Development Fund (RDF16-01-22) and c. 360,000RMB for Postgraduate Research Scholarship., (September 2017-Auguest 2020).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI) & Philip Fung “Ethics of reuse – the reuse of modern slaughterhouses and the case of Shanghai Municipal Abattoir, 1933”, 9,000RMB funded by XJTLU Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF201705), (June-August 2017).
    • Paul Craig & Yi-Wen Wang (CI), “Effective Information Visualization of Museum Visitor Behaviour and Movement Data with Edge Bundling and Curved Lines”, 11,500 RMB funded by XJTLU Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF201723), (June-August 2017).
    • Paul Craig & Yi-Wen Wang (CI), “Smart Survey Tool: A Direct Manipulation Interface for Visitor Tracking and Visitor Data Visualisation for Museum and Gallery Exhibitions”, 20,000RMB funded by XJTLU RISGC Seed Grants (RISGC‐2017‐5), (April-August 2017).
    • Kyeong Soo Kim, Sanghyuk Lee, Kaizhu Huang, Eng Gee Lim, Joon Sik Kim, Yi-Wen Wang (CI) and Paul Craig, “Feasibility Assessment and Roadmap for XJTLU Campus Information and Visitor Service System as A Test Bed for Large‐Scale Location‐Aware Services in SIP”, 20,000RMB funded by XJTLU RISGC Seed Grants (RISGC‐2017‐4), (April-August 2017).
    • Rebecca Bailey (PI), Michael Silk, Andrew Manley (UK CI), and Yi-Wen Wang (International CI), “Producing/Consuming ‘Romantic Scotland’: Exhibitions, Heritage, Nation & the Chinese Market”, commissioned by the Art and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), funded £381,857GBP and a sum of £54,678 towards XJTLU (Grant Ref: AH/P009808/1) (October 2016-September 2018).
    • Joon Sik Kim (PI) & Yi-Wen Wang (CI), "Mapping Suzhou’s Digital Tourism Identity in Social Media: a Smart Tourism Approach for a Unique International Tourism Identity”, 20,000RMB funded by Suzhou Municipality, 2016 Suzhou Social Science Program (Y2016LX044), (May-December 2016).
    • Joon Sik Kim & Yi-Wen Wang (CI), “Sense of Place in the Digital Age: Analyzing Social Media for Urban Planning”, 10,000RMB funded by XJTLU Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF201611), (June-August 2016).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI), “Discordant Use of Heritage: The case of Shanghai Municipal Council Abattoir, 1933”, 10,000RMB funded by XJTLU SURF (SURF201514), (June-August 2015).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI), “A Machine for Killing – Archival Research on Shanghai Municipal Council Abattoir, 1933”, 6,000RMB funded by XJTLU SURF (SURF201493), (June-August 2014).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI), & Xiaonan Zhang, “Measuring the Public Perception of Post-war Housing Heritage: The Case of Caoyang New Village, Shanghai”, 32,820RMB funded by XJTLU Research Development Fund (RDF11-03-12), (August 2012-January 2014).
    • Giulio Verdini (PI) & Yi-Wen Wang (CI), "When local meets Global: Urban Fringe Planning and Institutional Management", approved by Jiangsu Provincial Government, 2013 Jiangsu Philosophy and Social Sciences Research Funding Programme 2013 (2013SJD790052), funded by Suzhou Industry Park. (September 2013-June 2015).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI), “Community-based Rural Regeneration and Tourism Development: A Case Study on Yangwan Ancient Village in the Tai Lake Region”, 9,400RMB funded by XJTLU SURF (SURF201352), (June-August 2013).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI) & Giulio Verdini (CI), "Towards an Effective Integration of Urban-Rural Tourism: Mapping Agri-tourism Development on Suzhou Urban Fringe", approved by Municipality of Suzhou, 2012 Suzhou Social Science Program (SSSP12-D-57), (May-December 2012).
    • Giulio Verdini (PI) & Yi-Wen Wang (CI), "Planning a ‘local food system’ in Suzhou: Analysing the demand for quality of food and agriculture", approved by Municipality of Suzhou, 2012 Suzhou Social Science Program (SSSP12-D-56) (May 2012-January 2013).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI), “Bridging the Divide between Traditional Knowledge and Contemporary Practice of Urban Planning and Design”, 8,800RMB funded by XJTLU SURF 2012, (June-August 2012).
    • Yi-Wen Wang (PI), “Research on Housing Problem of Rural Migrant Workers in Suzhou”, 5,700RMB funded by XJTLU SURF 2012 (June-August 2012).
    • Giulio Verdini (PI) & Yi-Wen Wang (CI), "Assigning open-space non market values as a tool for planning the urban-rural fringe in Suzhou", funded 30,000RMB by Municipality of Suzhou, 2011 Suzhou Social Science Program (SSSP11-B-08) and Suzhou Industry Park (June-November 2011).
  • Courses taught

    • UPDCDE404 Heritage, Historic Districts and Conservation
    • UPDCDE407 Place Making and Urban Design
    • UPDCDE409 Dissertation
    • UPDCDE002 Introduction to Urban Planning & Design
    • UPDCDE101 Issues and Practice of Planning in China I
    • UPDCDE106 Issues and Practice of Planning in China II
    • UPDCDE109 History and Purpose of Planning
    • UPDCDE202 Rural Planning
    • UPDCDE205 Planning Methodology
    • UPDCDE207 Spatial Design and the Built Environment I
    • UPDCDE305 Final Year Project and Dissertation
    • UPDCDE306 Urban Design Project
    • UPDCDE307 Urban Design
  • Professional memberships

    • International Committee for Documentation and Conservation of Buildings, Sites and Neighbourhoods of the Modern Movement (DOCOMOMO)
    • The Association of Critical Heritage Studies (ACHS)
  • Telephone

    +86 (0)512 8816 1738
  • Email

    Yiwen.Wang@xjtlu.edu.cn
  • Address

    EB414 Department of Urban Planning and Design Engineering Building (EB) Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University 111 Ren'ai Road Suzhou Dushu Lake Science and Education Innovation District Suzhou Industrial Park Suzhou P.R.China 215123
    Suzhou Dushu Lake Science and Education Innovation District
    Suzhou Industrial Park
    Suzhou
    P.R.China
    215123