Clement Lau, AICP, is a planner and writer based in Los Angeles.
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Clement Lau, AICP, is a Los Angeles-based planner and writer. He has articles published in Planning Magazine, Parks & Recreation Magazine, Parks & Rec Business Magazine, and the California Planning & Development Report. He holds a doctorate and master’s in urban planning from the University of Southern California, and bachelor’s in economics from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa.
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Recent Posts

18 hours ago
Readers of Travel + Leisure voted for their the top food destinations. Keep this list in mind for when we can travel more freely.
Travel + Leisure
2 days ago
Youth sports in America have been devastated by the coronavirus which prompted the shutdown of programs and facilities for play and practice.
The New York Times
4 days ago
As the coronavirus outbreak surges across the country, many rural communities are now seeing an unprecedented spike in infections and hospitalizations.
National Public Radio
October 23, 2020, 8am PDT
The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Dodgers Foundation will renovate an unplayable ballfield into a new Dodgers Dreamfield, which will serve almost 3,500 youth in the surrounding community.
L.A. Downtown News
October 21, 2020, 9am PDT
New York City parents are unhappy that fitness enthusiasts are turning to playgrounds for their workouts.
New York Post
October 15, 2020, 10am PDT
Earvin "Magic" Johnson Park in Willowbrook has been transformed with $70 million worth of improvements, including a 20,000-square foot event center for community gatherings and events.
Los Angeles Sentinel
October 13, 2020, 11am PDT
Former University of Hawaii professor Tom Dinell makes a case for the need for more trees in Honolulu, with recommendations that can be applied in other cities as well.
Honolulu Civil Beat
October 12, 2020, 10am PDT
According to a new study, Hawaii is the happiest state in the U.S. in 2020.
Travel + Leisure
October 6, 2020, 11am PDT
In pursuit of a grant for park development, Los Angeles County engages community members virtually to gather input and design a new park.
Antelope Valley Press
October 5, 2020, 9am PDT
The pandemic has affected all of us in big and small ways. A park planner shares how his professional and personal lives have changed as a result of the coronavirus.
Parks & Rec Business