The project reflects the mainstream trend of the international cultural heritage conservation movement, emphasizing the discovery, recognition, interpretation and sharing of heritage stories and conservation awareness from the people around. It aims to adapt to and lead the trend of The Times and use cloud media to spread the concept of cultural heritage. In addition, the course arrangement is in line with the actual situation of the current epidemic. The results are remarkable by combining online lectures, local offline research by students, and short video assignments released by domestic and foreign online platforms.
Dr. Xinjian Li, is an Associate Professor of School of Architecture at Southeast University, and Deputy Director of Key Laboratory of Urban and Architectural Heritage Conservation at the Ministry of Education. He has been engaged in innovative research to solve social and technical problems in the field of urban and architectural heritage conservation for 20 years, and has won several national-level projects and awards.
Liuli Cultural Research of Forbidden City ,
Cultural Heritage Dissemination of China Grand Canal,
Renewal of Guangzhou Municipal Cultural Center ,
Wuxi Yixing's Application for the United Nations Habitat Award ,
Renovation of Yuyao Yangming Ancient Town ,
Nanjing Xiaoxi Lake's Exhibition in Venice Biennale,
Saswat is also engaged in roll out of national urban capacity development programs on Local Area Planning and Town Planning Schemes, Green, Inclusive and Affordable Housing Policy Landscape and Sustainable Urban Infrastructure and Nature based Solutions.
Xueyan Du, Deputy editor of Jiangsu Xinhua Cloud Media Technology Co.,Ltd. (Jiaohuidian News Client), responsible for the short video news section. The video business of Jiaohuidian News Client mainly focuses on short videos of current affairs, culture and public welfare. Among them, the representative works of short cultural videos include the series Thousands of Questions and Searches on the Grand Canal, Legend of Treasures, Our Good Season and so on.
Xu Meng is a senior urban planner. He is the director of the Department of Historical and Cultural Cities Research Institute of the China Urban Planning and Design Institute , an expert of the Shaoxing City Ancient City Protection and Utilization Expert Committee, and an enterprise tutor of the School of Architecture of Tianjin University. He has presided over Quanzhou, Beijing, Protection and renewal of old cities in Lhasa and other places.
Wu Jianxin, Head of the Photography Professional Documentary Studio of Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts, has long been engaged in contemporary art photography and art film creation, and teaches documentary and short film shooting courses at the Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts. His representative works include the documentary Fuxing Park, My Home Was My Castle and so on. The documentary Uncle Nine was selected for the CNEX Annual Proposal Award and nominated for the China Academy Award for Documentary Film (CAADF). Uncle Nine premiered in Taipei in 2014. My Home Was My Castle won the best proposal of the 4th CNEX Chinese Documentary Forum and was selected for Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival.