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China Daily:German Helps Beijing Maintain Its Style

来源:China Daily    作者:Xin Dingding    2007-04-24

Maja Linnemann, from Bremen Germany, likes to walk in Beijing’s hutong as many other foreigners.

“When you go into a hutong, it is so quiet. It is like a small oasis, a little paradise to me,” she said.

But different from tourists, she is carrying on a serious task – checking on protection and conditions of siheyuan (the traditional residential compound in North China) to see if there is any demolishing of the already disappearing old houses.

She participated in a nine-month project called “Friends of Old Beijing”, organized by Beijing Cultural Heritage Protection Center www.bjchp.org initiated October 2006, as a foreign volunteer.

The NGO asks volunteers to take regular walks among the hutongs and monitor the present conditions of the old city. Maja and three other volunteers, one from Shanghai and two from the United States, were assigned to check upon six hutongs in Dongsi area.

After taking training sessions in which experts introduced old Beijing’s structure and legal background of heritage protection, they began to stroll in hutongs on cold winter days since December, taking photos and notes when needed.

They not only looked from the outside, but also walked into the compounds.

“If you only go to a hutong once or twice, you will find it very nice and romantic. But if you go often into the siheyuan, it is very crowded. Sometimes you can see like 20 or 25 electricity meters (meaning there are so many families living in the compound), and that is very astonishing,” she said.

Many siheyuans do not have a courtyard because of new buildings inside, and it is hard to find the original structure and buildings.

“Sometimes when we see half of a chuihuamen (festoon gate) covered in the concrete, because something is being built, it makes us feel so sad. It is like looking at an old man, who had a rich life, but now is sick and nobody cares for it.”

In general, the hutongs in the area her group walks through are in a rather good condition, she said.

Besides her fondness of hutongs, she is even more attracted to the project by the chance that she can talk to people and understand their lives.

“When we walked in the cold winter mornings, people would ask us to come into the house and have some tea. It is not even easy to get to talk to people in Germany,” she said.

Through the conversations, she understood more about Beijingers’ lives and real thoughts. “There is not very much appreciation among the local people (toward the protection work),” she said. “People want to leave the old houses and prefer better living. I understand this.”

In Beijing, the kind of compounds with more than several families living in is common.

“When your neighbor is coughing and quarrelling, you have to hear. You have no privacy. You don’t have your own bathroom. It is a very low standard of living there,” she said.

But still, she wished the residents would also appreciate the value of the historical heritage. “Hutong is so typical of China, and it is what makes Beijing Beijing,” she said.

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Eventually, her group will write a final report for the reference of local cultural heritage bureau, choose 10 most interesting buildings, and design a heritage trail for tourists.

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