People in urban areas are integrated with technology that makes their lives much easier. City life is stressful because cities are noisy and crowded. City people live a luxury life with modernity. In contrast to city, village does not have more facilities to make their lives comfortable. They are still integrated with the basic and traditional way.
When I first stepped the ground of China, I didn’t feel any difference but the humid weather. But with every moment and step further, it slowly became a wonderland for me and I could define it harder and harder. The city is full of extremes, that is my thought and it proves me right every day. The environment is extremely rich, but not very well used. The people can be very nice and staring at you with curiosity, but then they don’t mind crushing you with their bikes without apologize.
Cities are exceedingly superior due to goods nearby, simpler transportation, a wide variety of activities, and many more. However, I am not against living in small towns. By living in a city people are closer to sources of food. There is no driving for twenty minutes for an individual if they must go to get groceries. They are much closer and cuts down valuable time out of people’s busy schedules.
In order to accomplish this task, agreements with the city will need to be reached for hosting a party of this magnitude in a commercial area. Issues like, traffic, street closures and everyday business disruptions need to be discussed. A potential selling point for surrounding businesses, is increased foot traffic. Although, the party may infringe on their normal customers, the influx of new customers to their place of business, may create a new customer base over time. With a board consisting of present council members and police officers, this should be a small task to overcome, however, to make the change permanent, it would be wise to ingratiate ourselves within the prospective
The pups can be seen everywhere and they look gorgeous with their old traditional style. After work, people go to pubs to have a drink or to socialize, and if the pubs are full, they stand outside, which we noticed several times when we were in London. Another part of the British culture is how they are highly affected by a class system. Where the upper class usually keeps old traditions and live in the best living and educational areas, while the working class is considerably larger, and have more foreigners. The reason may be that the working class is facing problems as getting jobs or they have come to the country with nothing and has to start anew, while the people in the upper class have usually inherited the money from their families or been born in an environment where they are able to improve
As street art blows life into the walls, a community dialogue is sparked as people begin to ask questions. Spectators, now forced to reflect on what it is they see, become aware of the presence and viewpoint, of an active underground resistance movement. Street art, in direct opposition to commercial advertising, seeks to neutralize the themes and “ideological discourse of the streets” (Chaffee 19). The art form acts as a “framing device” for its communities around the world, as a “parallel voice of the city, and as a modern primitive art” that can be found all around for those who wish to look (Lewisohn 30). One must assume that street art is an effective means of communication; if it were not, the general response to eliminate the art form, specifically from those is power would not be so great.
The assumption that people don’t like living close to one another which cause them to own lands in the suburbs led to isolation, soulless sprawl and wasteful of the environment. However, I argue that people moving out do not create a boring suburbs. For instance, cities like Shah Alam and Putrajaya is not cold, boring and wasteful of the environment. In addition, De Botton says that all of the most beautiful compact cities have human-scaled square where people can gather. I agree to this point where a square for public use is a necessity to make a city attractive.
At Yale, the events are pretty lackluster with the exception of some cookoffs, a few plays, and a festival here and there, however they seem to be a friendly community and be close together considering dorms are by your major (“Yale University”). On the opposite end of the spectrum from being lackluster however, is MIT with the inclusion of a media lab, dance, museum, different music and theater events, and even art museums on campus along with different physical education and recreational sports groups, meaning there’s something for everyone (“Life at MIT”). At the University of Pittsburgh, obviously there’s plenty to do since it’s an urban campus in the middle of Pittsburgh. There are many “shops, restaurants, theaters, galleries, museums, sports” events, parks, and architecture that you can see (“Student Life”). Being a guy who can get bored fairly easily, I’d have to say that University of Pittsburgh would be the best choice for me when it comes to the student life and the variety of things to do when living
Singapore – The little red dot of Asia is not so little when it comes to gambling and casinos. Being a great business destination the casinos are full with luxurious services and the weekends there would certainly be a long lasting memory. Game lovers from all over Asia and Europe make it a habit to visit the casinos of Singapore because of the novelty they find in the casinos. 4. London – The big smoke of Europe is regarded by most people as a reserved place with a lot of norms to be followed.
Economic development is another reason for the creation of open spaces such as Delli Haat in south Delhi. Spaces, which are attractive and invite people to relax, have economic benefits for retail business as a resultant spin off. Public spaces also serve as social binders, allowing people to gather to form a sense of unity, power and belonging, which is lacking in most of the cities. According to Jon Lang urban designers have relied on creating public spaces to bring people together. He adds that the goal of design should be to encourage all types of “positive human contacts”.