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Rubanisation – Rethinking of how we live, work, learn, play and farm

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Mu Aye Pu will be designed by visionary architect Kheng Soon Tay based on his innovative rubanization concept. Rubanisation is a re-conceptualization of human settlements in which the city and the countryside are considered as one space, not two as it is now – city and countryside are regarded as separate realms. Rubanisation stems from the belief that the continued consideration of the rural and the urban as two distinct realms is unsustainable in terms of social justice, cultural justice and environmental justice. This mode of thinking calls for a new spatial geometry of integrated development that offers real viable

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Networking Communities Together

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Back to index … “If we do not all hang together, we shall most certainly each be hanged separately.” ~ Ben Franklin Many networks of communities already exist. There are social media platforms that encourage individuals, groups, and companies to create identities and “profiles,” fill them with facts and features, add information in text, images, video, and interact with others. We anticipate creating a highly resilient, private, and censorship-resistant social media platform, and do so with open source tools so that others may follow suit, involving themselves in our social media platform or creating their own. We intend for our

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At Home in the Hocking Hills

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Today the Resilient Ways Foundation team of Dan Sullivan and Jim Davidson arrived in the Hocking Hills. It is excellent country, well positioned geographically and demographically, and already bears a few dozen tourist destinations. People seem comfortable coming here from many states around the country. We saw licence tags from Virginia, New York, and other states. It is also a good spot for local vacationers, who seem to know and love the area. We found many cabins and lodges that were “full up” for the weekend. That’s excellent for our business plans, since we anticipate having rooms to let, as

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