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中国发展简报:Conservation Patrol for Beijing Hutong

来源:中国发展简报    作者:Chang Tianle    2006-10-23

Beijing Cultural Heritage Protection Centre (北京文化遗产保护中心, CHP) and That’s Beijing magazine have launched a network to enlist public participation in the protection of Beijing’s historical hutong (alleys) and courtyards whose architecture and community life are under pressure from breakneck urban development.

“Friends of Old Beijing” (老北京之友), a team of up to 50 volunteers, expatriate and Chinese, will investigate Beijing’s protected areas.

The city government has highlighted 25 districts in its conservation plan with guidelines, standards and requirements. “But heritage protection is such a complex issue that involves many government departments and social forces. The law is in place but lax enforcement is also a reality,” says CHP founder He Shuzhong (何戍中), who also heads the Regulation Department of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage.

He explains that the program aims to let Beijing residents discover and enjoy the beauty of old Beijing. “They see with their own eyes, and after that, they can offer pragmatic advice on heritage protection to the government,” he says.

“In big cities, heritage protection most effective when combined with public participation and political democracy. While in rural areas, it works best when combined with poverty alleviation,” he says.

Some 100 people attended the kick-off event on October 19, where Michael Crook, a British man who was born and grew up in Beijing, spoke on the life of hutong and courtyards decades ago. Many people registered as Friends of Old Beijing after the event.

Volunteers will attend two sessions of orientation and training on the program, followed by monthly lectures on the history, architecture and culture of old Beijing. They will be divided into 10 teams, each assigned a particular conservation area.

Team members will meet monthly and stroll along the area, report on the state of conservation and adherence to historical protection guidelines of that district. They are also responsible for developing a heritage route through the neighborhood, and, in conjunction with CHP, devising strategies for conserving the district. Some of the reports will be published in That’s Beijing and Chinese media.

At the end of the program in June 2007, CHP will summarise the results in a final report to the Office of the Mayor of Beijing Municipality and relevant departments.

This is the first time that CHP, an NGO dedicated to mobilising communities to protect China’s heritage, has encouraged the public to oversee conservation work on a regular basis.

According to He, if this model proves successful, CHP will consider applying it in other cities where historical architecture is under pressure of economic development.

That’s Beijing is a monthly English language review and events listing magazine.

http://www.chinadevelopmentbrief.com/node/839/print

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