In recent years China has started and implemented a number of urban regeneration programs of villages and small towns of the country far from the big urban centers, trying to enhance local identities.
The subjects involved are: the State that promotes the actions, the local communities that support them and the Universities that design and direct their realization, with the participation of the populations concerned.
Among these projects in progress is that of the village of Pengjia, now under state-level protection and included on the List of Outstanding Minority Villages of China. The project is a virtuous example of urban and territorial regeneration, a potential model to follow for Western countries.
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W: Regeneration – A Case Study of China TuJia Pan Museum
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