Improving Civic Behavior through Urban Planning: Bogota Antanas Mockus had just resigned from the top job of Colombian National University. A mathematician and philosopher, Mockus looked around for another big challenge and found it: to be in charge of, as he describes it, "a 6.5 million person classroom." Mockus, who had no political experience, ran for mayor of Bogotá; he was successful mainly because people in Colombia's capital city saw him as an honest guy. With an educator's inventiveness, Mockus turned Bogotá into a social experiment just as the city was choked with violence, lawless traffic, corruption, and gangs of street children who mugged and stole. It was a city perceived by some to be on the verge of chaos.
Location: Bloc Restaurant 2nd floor, 139-19 Changle Lu
Time: 7.00 pm
Cost: 50rmb (1 drink), 80rmb ( 2 drinks)
All the attendees enjoy 50% discount for food