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Which E/SE Asian city is most European?

  • Shanghai

    Votes: 18 12.9%
  • Tokyo

    Votes: 9 6.5%
  • Ho Chi Minh

    Votes: 5 3.6%
  • Manila

    Votes: 29 20.9%
  • Singapore

    Votes: 21 15.1%
  • Jakarta

    Votes: 14 10.1%
  • Hong Kong

    Votes: 13 9.4%
  • Macau

    Votes: 30 21.6%
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Since you guyas have all these which city is most which...Which East Asian is most European not only architecturally, but culturally as well? If you want, post pictures to prove your argument.
 

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Discussion Starter · #3 · (Edited)
forgot about that.

Tokyo
http://pictures.nicolas.delerue.org/japan/20021020_tokyo/dcp_2416.jpg[IMG]

Shanghai
[IMG]http://ededou.free.fr/Chine/shanghai-album/slides/Shanghai%20018.jpg

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Singapore


Manila


Ho Chi Minh


Will someone post a Jakarta pic?

Can the mod edit the poll to include Macau?
 

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Hong Kong, Macau, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City all have big European influences - architecturewise, as well as culturally.
 

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For the entire East Asia, I would absolutely say Macau, as around 40% of Macau's land are the colonial buildings. If just count SE Asia, I would say Melecca in Malaysia. :|
 

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Each Asian city have their European influnce. Anyway, I'm seeing this trend in the Citytalk section. I might be seeing this later on

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Here's how it goes

Shanghai - European settlements
Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia - Great Britain
Manila - Spain
Jakarta - The Netherlands
Macau - Portugal
Ho Chi Minh - France

Tokyo's history included Europeans who went there and introduced their culture to it's people. But it's the least European in the list.
 
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