Reflux and Rejuvenation – Exploration and Practice of Yim Tin Tsai in Hong Kong under the Background of Rural Revitalization


It is a hot topic on the rural areas that are at a disadvantage due to the rural depopulation and the lost civilization. This paper is based on the theory of ecological museum and public art involvement in community building, adopts the methods of qualitative research, experience summary and literature research, refers to the paper A Brief Introduction to the International Eco-Museum Movement and Practice in China and relevant interviews by Mr. Su Donghai, the father of Chinese ecological museum, and meanwhile, cites the specific practice and theoretical results of public art involvement in community construction by Japanese curator Kitagawa Fram. In this paper, four parts are involved to interpret the development of Yim Tin Tsai in Hong Kong, development background, development status, development prospects and development proposals. In the development proposals, four measures are presented to the practice of optimization and perfection, including management mechanism, talent system, infrastructure construction and building ecological museum, and finally the thesis of building Yantian Cultural tourism IP is proposed to enrich the future construction. Therefore, comprehensive strategic suggestions are provided in this paper for the development of Yim Tin Tsai.

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Jingchi Zhang, South China Normal University, China
Yining Jiang, Communication University of Zhejiang, China

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Conference: KAMC2021
Stream: Cultural Studies

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