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HKU02x: The Search for Vernacular Architecture of Asia - Week 1 Sneak Preview

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 10th March, 2015

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JIAQI LYU       12th March, 2017 10:36

At the sight of this massgae from the introduction of Lung. D on the website of HKU, I was extremely excited about this topic. It is each architect's responsibility of rethinking the changes around us, rethinking the vernacular architecture around us which give us the sense of identity. Arhictect is never a independent indivitual in this world, they have complexed relationships with this world, they should take their social responsibilities to make a contribution to creat a more wonderful living environment and evoke more people's memory of their past life, history instead of devoting themselves in work totally.

Barbara Thomas       14th April, 2015 20:15

I echo the message above. I will not be using facebook.

Laurel Gonsalves       14th April, 2015 11:54

I have signed up for this EdX course, and want to know if it is possible to take it without signing up for Facebook, something which I have avoided for years. The instructions in today's email were to find the "Courseware" tab. Is that available only for registered Facebook users? I couldn't find it. And this comment itself should go on the "Technical Issues." Again is that available only to Facebook users. Or can one reach these via the HKU link? Thank you, Laurel G New York City

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