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Learn from CHINA'S Garden Degradation & Dilapidation


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Lessons to be learned from China’s Garden Degradation & Dilapidation


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Learn from CHINA'S Garden Degradation & Dilapidation

  1. 1. Lessons to be learned from China’sGarden Degradation & Dilapidation从中国的花园退化和破损应汲取的教训
  2. 2. Degradation & Dilapidation 退化和破损
  3. 3. Lion Grove Garden 狮子林 She Garden 她花园 Five-Pine Garden 五松园 Lion Grove Garden 狮子林 Built in 1342, Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368)Conceived from Lion Cliff [ many rocks resembling lions ] on Mountain Xitianmu, in Zhejiang Province. Over time, the Lion Grove Garden became dilapidated. In 1589 of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), donations were obtained to rebuild the garden. In 1771 it was repaired again. Again it was left to ruin, until it was sold and purchased in 1917. Finally the Lion Grove Garden was donated to PeoplesRepublic of China, whence it became protected by the State.建于1342年,元朝(1279-1368)设想从狮子崖,许多石头像狮子山区西天,浙江省。随着时间的推移,狮子林变得残破不堪。在1589年的明代(公元1368-1644年),捐款重建的花园。1771年重修。同 样,离开了绝路,直到它被卖,并于1917年购买的。狮子林捐赠给中华人民共和国,从那里,它成为受国家保护。
  4. 4. 1920 Rockery reconstruction 1920假山重建
  5. 5. Rediscovered in the Beauty of an Ancient Garden 重新发现古典园林之美
  6. 6. Protection goes further than just words 保护还远不止说说而已
  7. 7. Maintaining authenticity of cultural representation –requires philanthropic effort.保持真实性的文化表征 - 需要慈善的努力。 version1.2.jpg