A Method for Development of Ecomuseums in Taiwan

@inproceedings{Liu2015AMF,
  title={A Method for Development of Ecomuseums in Taiwan},
  author={Zhen-Hui Liu and Yung-Jaan Lee},
  year={2015}
}
One component of the new museology is the ecomuseum, which is intended to preserve cultural/natural heritage and the local landscape in situ, and involves community participation and needs associated with community development. Since the ecomuseum concept originated in Western Europe, ecomuseums must be adapted or localized to various socio-economic environments. In the 2000s, two mining ecomuseums were established in New Taipei City—the Gold Museum and the Houtong Coal Mine Ecological Park. In… CONTINUE READING

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