Date: the 4th of April Wednesday 7pm (Free Entrance)
What was your last travel? Today’s route back from school? How did you travelled? By bus? By bike? Or maybe you walked?
People are travelling – everyday. In simple ways, you could say that travelling is about going from point A to point B. But today the world has become more complex than that, or maybe not the world but the society.
China is a developing country that’s currently booming more than any other one. The population has more than doubled for last 60 years. That has shaped community development, both national and international. Old Chinese cities have now been changed to global business metropolitans. The determining factor for holding this up is about infrastructure.
Questions about sub- and railway are also questions about environment. How can we get rid of fossil emissions? How can we get trains to replace cars, airplanes, busses, boats etcetera? As we formed and created this modern society we’re also forming and creating each other every day. If we got “successful” already getting this far of development with wealth and technology that people couldn’t dream of 200 years back in the days, then there’s still hope for further development, further shaping and further forming, or as I wish to say – further transforming
Come to Nordica and you will be guided trough a journey, travelling by subway from the 1800 century till today, from London to Kunming, from the very beginning till 4th of April 2012, or even one step into the future!
There’ll be opportunity for questions. You don’t need any prerequisites.
About the lecturer:
Jeremia Hector is a 20 years old student from Sweden who’s always been interested of society and development. His childhood on countryside has shaped a balance in life, a balance of complying nature and science. Jeremia didn’t grow up with books in hands; instead it was the practical situations that led his heart into infrastructure cases. He’s dreaming of let the society follow the course to the nature, because he sees their dependence among themselves!