Research on the Protection and Development of Japanese Invaders' Architectural Sites in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bayarea——Take Nanshi in Guangzhou as an example
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Yanli Chen, Honglie Yang
The development of a city is a combination of time and space, reflecting the continuation of the civilization and history of the times and containing the common vitality of human beings and cities. The war site resources are of modern value. They condense history and alert the world. The ruins of the Japanese invaders' buildings in southern Guangzhou are one of the appalling war ruins.With the development of the times, its unique landscape features and irreplaceable cultural values are becoming more and more important. At the same time, the concepts of sustainable utilization of resources and sustainable development of the environment are being paid more and more attention by governments of various countries and the general public. As a kind of cultural heritage, the site cannot be ignored for sustainable development and utilization on the basis of its protection..
South Stone of Guangzhou; Architectural Sites; Protection and Development