"Tianjin Eco-City, China" as a case study for critical evaluation and write a, excluding references) analytical paper. Students will provide a brief summary, describing the smart and sustainable initiative proposed in the project and the technology used. Students should then carry out further research on the project in order to assess how it functions and to evaluate its promises and pitfalls. What is the smart city project intended/designed to do? If the project (or stages of it) has been completed did it live up to expectations? Why or why not? If the project has not yet been completed, what is holding it back? Do you think it will succeed? What are two or three policy/technical/execution/etc. changes that could be made to improve the case? Case study analyses must be sufficiently comprehensive and detailed. Projects must be analyzed using academic concepts, theories, and research, and assessments must be evidence-based and objective. In other words, it is not enough to provide an opinion on the smart city example. Analyses must be based on facts, evidence-based research, and critical examination. Analyses must be written according to academic standards of scholarship and referencing using APA.