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The urban environment in China is rapidly adapting to changes in technology, society, the economy and the environment. Two areas that are aiding this change is the process of urban renewal and the conception of experiential real estate.  

Join Shaun Brodie, Head of Occupier Research and Head of Research in different regions for Cushman & Wakefiel, in an engaging talk to find out what China has achieved in terms of planning, implementation and adoption of both these concepts and how it has integrated them into its built environment.

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