TO 3.5 billion global youth (under 30's) humanity's greatest resource and China which is open sourcing the greatest jobs education and sustainable collaborations worldworldwide. THANKS!
isabella@UNacknowledgedgiant.com recalls : By 1975, The Economist's Norman Macrae (aka grandad)) had started spending the rest of his life mediating systems 3 exponentially greatest opportunities to sustainability of youth of milennium -celebrate China as number 1 collaboration nation in sustainability goals

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special correspondents alumnn Tsinghua SC 1 相关人物

Wednesday, December 20, 1989

I.M. Pei (C-100 Founder)
Founder Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
IEOH MING PEI was born in Suzhou, China in 1917. At age 17 he came to the U.S. to study architecture, and received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from MIT in 1940, and his M.Arch from Harvard�s Graduate School of Design in 1946. He became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1954.

I. M. Pei has designed some of the most iconic and beloved architectural masterpieces in the world. He gained acclaim for his designs of the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington (1978), the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston (1979), the Grand Louvre in Paris (1989), and Miho Museum in Shiga, Japan (1997). He completed three projects in his native China: the Fragrant Hill Hotel in Beijing (1982), the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong (1989), and the Suzhou Museum in Suzhou (2006), each designed to graft advanced technology onto the roots of indigenous building and thereby sow the seed of a new, distinctly Chinese form of modern architecture. His latest completed project is the Museum of Islamic Art, Doha (2008).
.No accident that architects linkin the greatest collaboration networks of our age from the C100 to the media lab at MIT- the net-generation is many communications revolutions in one- from death of cost of distance in APPING knowhow to where you live and travel in an age of co-working and co-serving customers worldwide. 

Virtual revolutions build exponentially on each other. Just as mobile wifi built on the web, then smartphone apps built another dimensions it may yet be that  blockchains- will have the biggest social multiplying impact of all. No transaction is too small - too deep and diverse to integrate in "ethical sentiments" architectures empowering smart inter-generational partnerships and transparency of value chain ledgers in which no middle man ever again own a channel (value web) and tax everyone more and more every quarter.

Sustainability goal 11 focuses on sustainability of places, community, cities. No goal offers greater opportunity for sharing solutions. Search out "hubs" in any place and you will find youthful teams addressing largely similar needs to regenerate communities and planet.  21st C supercity designs can learn from each other but above all global villages need to be linkedin so that life saving community service franchises are accessible, affordable everywhere - arguably the architect, the civil engineer, smart building, smart cities need to be celebrated in the most social of inquiry processes and app designs everywhere. Open spaces, commons designs needed to facilitate 5000 real time people brainstorming and not just tech hackathons. How can be 21st century schooling systems be transformed into extraordinary community centres- will the greatest #learninggeneration be possible if this isnt the most urgent priority of families everywhere...

IM Pei has been recognized internationally with the highest honors in architecture, arts and letters, and public service, among them the AIA Gold Medal (1979), the Grande M�daille d�Or of the Acad�mie d�Architecture de France (1982), the Pritzker Architecture Prize (1983), the Japanese Art Association�s Praemium Imperiale (1989), and the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture of the Royal Institute of British Architects (2010). Mr. Pei is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and a Corporate Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Design, and the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters.

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