Dorothy Tang is an assistant professor of landscape architecture at the University of Hong Kong where she directs the undergraduate landscape program. Her practice and research focus on the intersections of regional infrastructure, urban development, and environmental change in developing countries. Her work engages issues of regional environmental degradation in relation to industrial activities; the shifting role of villages in China’s recent rural development; urban infrastructure and the design of open space systems; and the impact of climate change on hydro-politics and infrastructure in Asian deltaic regions.
Dorothy is an award-winning landscape architect registered in the State of New York and an international member of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Her design and research work has been exhibited in the US, China, South America, and Europe.