Historic District Conservation in China: Assessment and Prospects

@inproceedings{Qian2016HistoricDC,
  title={Historic District Conservation in China: Assessment and Prospects},
  author={Zhu Qian},
  year={2016}
}
Zhu Qian is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning at Texas Aa[M University in College Station. Tremendous changes have emerged in Chinese cities since 1980 as a result of the incorporation of market forces into the economy and the revival of land and property development. At the same time, the transition from a command to a market economy has provided an excellent opportunity to examine the Chinese urban built environment under conditions of profound… CONTINUE READING

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