Ken Yeang

Director, Llewelyn Davies Yeang Architects

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Malaysian architect and Director of Llewelyn Davies Yeang, whose projects include Crescent Islands in Dubai

Ken Yeang on KCRW

Two weeks ago, the world of finance was told that Dubai had weathered the global recession.  But last week, markets around the world were shaken when Dubai World, the country's major…

The Collapse of the 'Dubai Miracle'

Two weeks ago, the world of finance was told that Dubai had weathered the global recession.  But last week, markets around the world were shaken when Dubai World, the country's major…

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