Were it not for COVID-19, I would be in the United States right now. As a visiting scholar at the University of California, San Diego, I would be building my own daily routines—alone, by myself—in a foreign city.
ブリティッシュコロンビア大学の地理学者であるDavid W. Edgingtonは、阪神淡路大震災後の神戸市復興計画の10年間について詳細に調査した
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Edgington, David W. 2010. Reconstructing Kobe: The Geography of Crisis and Opportunity. University of British Columbia Press. [wptabs mode=”horizontal”] [wptabtitle] English[/wptabtitle] [wptabcontent] … we may not know fully if Kobe has provided Tokyo, or any other Japanese city, with the
Tokyo Modern I: Koizumi Kishio’s “100 Views” of the Imperial Capital (1928-1940), available at: http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/21f/21f.027/tokyo_modern_01/index.html While people in Japan are still suffering from the shock of earthquakes and tsunami, soon there will be efforts to rebuild cities, villages, and the