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Research on Sustainable Planning Oriented by Horticultural Therapy Project——Take Hong Kong Sai Kung Yim Tin Tsai rehabilitation project design plan as an example

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DOI: 10.23977/lsuh.2020.020101 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 898

Author(s)

Yile Chen 1

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1 Faculty of Humanities and Arts, Macau University of Science and Technology, Avenida Wai Long, Taipa, Macau, 999078, China

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Yile Chen

ABSTRACT

Talking about the only problem of village protection under high-density cities, we not only face many practical problems caused by environmental disasters, but also the contradictions between urban renewal design, tourism project development, village preservation, and ecological conservation. However, it is worth thinking and exploring how to revitalize the village and then operate it sustainably. This research takes horticultural therapy as the starting point, analyzes the historical environment, the status quo of the village, and the problems and pressures faced by the city, and puts forward a new design idea for the restoration project of Yim Tin Tsai Village in Sai Kung, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

KEYWORDS

Horticultural therapy, sustainable planning, urban renewal, Yantianzi, Hong Kong

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Yile Chen, Research on Sustainable Planning Oriented by Horticultural Therapy Project——Take Hong Kong Sai Kung Yim Tin Tsai rehabilitation project design plan as an example . Landscape and Urban Horticulture (2020) 2: 1-11. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/lsuh.2020.020101.

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