Honorable Mention

Urban spaces are like a medley of social mosaics, with one juxtaposed right next to another. With twists and turns that appear odd but with distinctive contours, the surfaces of these mosaics showcase constant changes, as the pieces overlap and even alter the preexisting features. An urban space may become compressed and segregated due to various reasons, resulting in different groups of people and lifestyles. This is regarded as the existence of heterogeneity, and in an urban setting, heterogeneity often shatters the sense of identification derived from stability, and from which more opportunities for interconnected relationships, hybridity, and changes are made possible.