A discussion on the impact of heritage
First, the plumbing fixtures are bought from a plant a thousand miles away, and the lumber may be imported from across the ocean, but the services of the plumber and the carpenter are purchased from across the street.
There is a great deal of commercialization and urbanization around heritage sites, and if these locations are managed by commercial enterprises, there can be predatory operations and overexploitation, creating even more problems for their conservation.
Prior to joining the secretariat, he participated in a number of conservation projects in China, including the joint Dunhuang Academy—Getty Conservation Institute project for conservation of Cave 85 at the Mogao Grottoes. Although there is still a lot of debate regarding the cultural and social value of heritage, this broader understanding has affected conservation and management practice in China. Worldwide, wherever heritage tourism has been evaluated, this same basic tendency is observed: heritage visitors stay longer, spend more per day, and, therefore, have a significantly greater per trip economic impact. Capacity building is needed. Many site managers have explored ways to increase carrying capacity—for example, by opening more space at the Palace Museum in Beijing or increasing the flow rate at the Mogao Grottoes. In much of Europe and North America, however, the problem is the opposite. FANGenerally speaking, central government leaders in China have always attached great importance to the conservation of cultural heritage. On the commercial side, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors has tracked the rates of return for heritage office buildings for the past 21 years and found listed buildings have consistently outperformed the comparable unlisted buildings. The Great Wall is over 21, kilometers long, while the Grand Canal runs through eight provinces. As early as , Liang Sicheng, the pioneer of Chinese heritage conservation, held that the best way to protect a historic building was to preserve it in its "current condition," which can be understood as the earliest principle of protecting authenticity in China.
For example, the Baiheliang Underwater Museum—a rock at the bottom of the Yangtze River on which hydrological records of over twelve centuries were cut—was protected in situ, maintaining its authenticity of location and its visibility as well.
Lists of cultural heritage at different levels—national, provincial, municipal, and county—have been confirmed and issued, and administration measures for cultural heritage have been developed and implemented. The restoration of the Souq al Saghir in Damascus has stimulated new businesses and more activity from existing businesses, selling to both tourists and local residents.
Some of these sites are huge.
There have beenbuilding renovations. This clarified the long debate on "historic condition" and was fully adopted in the revised version of the China Principles.
A discussion on the impact of heritage
Not only has an historic building been thrown away, months of diligent recycling by the residents of the community have been wasted. Similar ongoing efforts in the old medina in Tunis have resulted in the middle class returning, both as residents and as business and property owners. For years, this contributing component of value was considered too crass and too demeaning to the underlying importance of the historic resources to merit serious discussion. Conversely had the entire city grown at the rate the historic districts grew, the Washington population in would have been over , The evolution of heritage categories not only improves understanding of heritage value but also enhances the management system, building cooperation between different local governments and all stakeholders. From to the Chinese government organized the cultural heritage Wuxi Forum, which focused on new categories of cultural heritage, such as cultural landscapes, cultural routes, twentieth-century built heritage, vernacular heritage, and industrial heritage. LUPreservation has become more important in China. Capacity building is the most pressing issue for the next decade or so. On the commercial side, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors has tracked the rates of return for heritage office buildings for the past 21 years and found listed buildings have consistently outperformed the comparable unlisted buildings. He has also been active in the revision of the Principles for the Conservation of Heritage Sites in China. The most common answer: it was an historic district. Along with recent developments in conservation theory, not only is the authenticity of physical remains now conserved, but also that of intangible aspects—the authenticity of use, function, spirit, and traditions is also retained. However, funds for daily maintenance are not included in government budgeting for conservation, and therefore these funds have to be raised by site managers.
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