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Posted by  Hyman on February 23, 2004 at 20:26:17:

In Reply to:  Architecture in China posted by Devi on February 21, 2004 at 00:40:30:

I am a guy from china with an M.Arch degree here in the states, and now working in an arch firm here also. I kinda of agree with your perspective, and that's what I talk pretty often to my colleagues. "They do that as if it was a context-free site, space and time, wherein the meaning(less) is suspended in a eternal-now (this frantic mode of post-modernist culture?) wherein quasi-personal indulgence renders it , ultimately, a void. What's signified by the signifier? essential...Void...again"
I dun want to waste my words here to be too much personal.. but articulating in your manner best expressing what you say or what I may agree, progressively though, "They don't know the shit!"

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