Can we build urban cities that last for generations? | Thai Ker Liu | TEDxSingapore

As the master planner of Singapore, Dr Liu Thai Ker is a visionary, and is widely recognized as ‘The Architect of Modern Singapore’. How might cities be planned to cater for population growth, and allow generations of families to grow up and grow old in? How might a city serve the population by anticipating and meeting its changing needs? Can we learn from family structures when planning a resilient urban city?

Dr Liu is the founding chairman of MORROW and on the advisory board of the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC). He is undoubtedly a significant contributor to the Singapore that is recognized globally today. TEDxSingapore’s passion is to inspire people to learn, engage in close conversations and share ideas from Singapore with the world. www.tedxsingapore.sg As the former master planner of the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore, Dr Liu Thai Ker is a visionary, and is widely recognised as ‘The Architect of Modern Singapore’. He is also the founding chairman of MORROW and the advisory board of Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC), and is undoubtedly a massive contributer to the Singapore we know today. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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