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Long Journey Toward Protecting Cultural Heritage

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It is difficult to overlook Aoki's contribution to conserving Tianjin's Dagu Dockyard, an industrial heritage site.

Nobuo Aoki, a distinguished Japanese professor at the School of Architecture, Tianjin University, has devoted 16 years to cultural heritage conservation in China.

The journey begins

In 2008, Tianjin University formally established an International Research Center for Chinese Cultural Heritage Conservation, and Aoki was appointed as director.

Aoki began his China story in 1985. As a graduate student, he participated in a cooperative program between the University of Tokyo and Tsinghua University, focusing on an architectural history survey of coastal cities in East Asia. "It's fascinating for me to study architectural history from an East Asian perspective," he said. Little did he know, however, that he would one day be on the road to preserve China's cultural heritage.

Long Journey Toward Protecting Cultural Heritage

By the time Aoki discovered the demolition plan by accident, it had been approved by the relevant authorities and was awaiting assessment by cultural heritage experts.

As a champion of global efforts and interdisciplinary exchanges, Aoki spoke about his story and visions for cultural heritage conservation with Science and Technology Daily recently via video.

Aoki concluded after an intensive analysis that the new project would harm Dagu Dockyard, which has unique historical significance. Through the efforts of Aoki and other cultural heritage experts and officials, Dagu Dockyard ruins was designated a nationally protected cultural site in 2013.


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