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Research on the Shenzhen's Cultural Blocks in the Process of Urban Regernation: A Case Study of Longgang District

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DOI: 10.23977/jsoce.2024.060210 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 180


Yang Li 1, Xiao Yong 2


1 CPC Shenzhen Municipal Party School Longgang Branch, Shenzhen, China
2 Shenzhen Longgang Bao Long Sub District Social Stratum Association, Shenzhen, China

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Urban blocks play a crucial role in preserving historical memory and humanistic values, and have increasingly emerged as significant cultural, residential, commercial, and innovative spaces in urban development. This study provides theoretical and practical explanations on the contextual background, constituent elements, spatial representation, and industrial support of characteristic cultural blocks in urban areas. Additionally, it explores the emerging trend of constructing characteristic cultural blocks within the framework of urban regernation. Using Longgang's construction of characteristic cultural blocks as a case study, this research investigates pathways for block design and planning, enhancement of cultural significance, establishment of industrial platforms, as well as policy and mechanism support to facilitate continuous exploration of Longgang's cultural development potential. The aim is to promote the creation of new high-quality urban cultural and creative spaces.


Cultural Blocks, Urban space, Urban regernation, Longgang


Yang Li, Xiao Yong, Research on the Shenzhen's Cultural Blocks in the Process of Urban Regernation: A Case Study of Longgang District. Journal of Sociology and Ethnology (2024) Vol. 6: 65-69. DOI:


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