The Fu­ture of Tra­di­tional Chi­nese Wooden Ar­chi­tec­ture

Global Times – Metro Beijing - - THE STRATEGIST -

Lo­cated on the river­front of the Wenyu River in Chaoyang district, a tra­di­tional wooden ar­chi­tec­ture restora­tion site has silently been op­er­at­ing for more than two decades. Founded by Sam Zhan, a man who ded­i­cated half his life to the dis­cov­ery of an­cient Chi­nese tim­ber con­struc­tions, the site is a base for the in­her­i­tance of tra­di­tional Chi­nese car­pen­try. In the spring of 2017, Zhan en­coun­tered three friends who shared his view. To­gether, they de­cided to turn the site into an in­ter­ac­tive re­sort named of Fu­tu­rali Cul­ture & Cre­ativ­ity Park, which aims to cre­ate in­spir­ing cul­tural and ed­u­ca­tional pro­grams. The park plans to be open to the pub­lic by 2018. When: Septem­ber 24 and 25, 3 pm-5 pm Where: Fu­tu­rali Cul­ture & Cre­ativ­ity Park, Binhe Lu, Sun­heSheng, Chaoyang district Cost: Free Con­tact: 8418-6066

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