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Empowerment of Cultural Environment of Hakka Community: The Case of Shueishang Township, Chiayi County
Empowerment of cultural environment of Hakka community, Shueishang Township, Community space, Constituting elements
|Issue Date: ||2012-12-11 15:31:11 (UTC+8)|
Since 2002, Hakka Affairs Council has been proposing projects with the theme of Hakka community empowerment, such as projects on improving the environments of public living spaces, cultural heritages, manufactured landscapes, and important landmarks. The Council has also proposed projects on renovating natural environments, unused spaces, as well as on the master plan and design of community empowerment. By focusing on the execution of empowerment of cultural environment of Hakka community, this study takes as an example of Shueishang Township, Chiayi County and investigates the culture of community established by the descendants of the Hakka ancestors who, during the Japanese Colonization Period, moved southward for better economic opportunities. The present study also investigates the planning and preservation of community spaces proposed by these descendants. This study has three goals. First of which is to understand and, then, analyze the policy of empowerment of cultural environment of Hakka community. Second, this study investigates and records the Hakka community’s cultural contents and the constituting elements of spaces. Third, the strategies of Hakka space conservation and development are offered. The methods employed in this study are literature review, field study, and interviewing local elders and those involved in cultural and historical works. This study offers recommendations on comprehensive planning of spaces of Hakka community, which could serve as a model for policy of Hakka cultural environment empowerment.
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