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“People and City Sustainable Development” 2015 Graduate Student Summer Special Social Practice Launching Ceremony Successfully Held in WHITRAP Shanghai
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In the morning of 13th June in 2015, as one of the series activities of 10th China Cultural Heritage Day, “People and City Sustainable Development” 2015 Graduate Student Summer Special Social Practice (Survey on “Cun, Fang, Li, and Long in Jing’an Temple Subdistrict”) Launching Ceremony and the symposium, “Common Heritage-the Dilemma and Future of Conservation of Lilongs in Shanghai”, was held at WHITRAP Shanghai. This activity was hosted by Tongji University, Jing’an Temple Subdistrict of Jing’an District Government, Shanghai Historic District and Outstanding Historical Building Protection Committee Office, Historic Building Protection Professional Committee of The Shanghai Academy of Architecture, and WHITRAP Shanghai, and supported by Akzo Nobel China.

“People and City Sustainable Development” 2015 Graduate Student Summer Special Social Practice (Survey on “Cun, Fang, Li, and Long in Jing’an Temple Street”) is sponsored by Tongji University, integrating government, enterprises, communities, and other resources, as well as cooperating with Jing’an Temple Subdistrict, WHITRAP Shanghai, and Akzo Nobel China. The team of the social practice is consisted of the PhD students, master students and undergraduate students in College of Architecture and Urban Planning, and College of Art and Media, School of International and Political Relations, from Tongji University. They will, under the guide of professional teachers, use the summer holiday to develop a deep research about the regional comprehensive historic development, space features of typical Lilong communities, and people’s daily life in typical Lilong communities, in order to achieve a professional research report. The aim of the activity is to practice the idea of sustainable development in Tongji University, to seek a way of “People and City” common sustainable development, and to form a shared, representative, and creative cultural public welfare project, cooperated with government, enterprise, residents, and students.

 

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