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Title: FISHERY FACILITY AT SHAPOWEI: REVIVING SHAPOWEI AS A CULTURAL, LIVING FISHING PORT FOR ITS DYNAMIC COMMUNITY
Authors: CHE SIEAU HUA
Keywords: Architecture
Master (Architecture)
Thesis (Architecture)
DT
Design Track
2016/2017 Aki DT
CHEN YU
Issue Date: 4-Dec-2017
Citation: CHE SIEAU HUA (2017-12-04). FISHERY FACILITY AT SHAPOWEI: REVIVING SHAPOWEI AS A CULTURAL, LIVING FISHING PORT FOR ITS DYNAMIC COMMUNITY. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The location for this thesis project is in Shapowei, Xiamen, China. The main issue that the masterplan address is to reactivate the edges of sheltered dock (􀁁􀁃􀀊), and to bring new life to the traditional culture in Shapowei, especially fishery culture. The thesis project is carried out within the framework of Shapowei masterplan. Through the introduction of fishery facility, it would help to resolve the disputes between the local fishermen and foreign fishermen, and to pass down the traditional technique, as well as to counter the commercialization driven by tourism. This project will also help to revive Shapowei as a cultural, living fishing port that reciprocates to the local community’s collective identity and memory.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/220507
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