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This article makes a claim for a new kind of critical urban conservation position; the article explores the growing demolition of the old quarters of contemporary Chinese cities; specifically it is argued that whilst demolition appears like a quick way to free up economic dividends from the land, developers and place-makers are missing out on a whole world of hidden social, cultural and economic potential. Unpacking this position, I explore the actual practical and economic alternatives that exist within China’s older quarters; focusing in on Shanghai's Lilong's I explore the possibilities of intangible economic heritage within these rich and interesting spaces.
Author(s): Law A
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Print publication date: 01/11/2012
ISSN (print): 1002-5030
Publisher: International Trade Research Institute