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Passionate about all things related to traditional architecture and cultures Amy has a keen interest in building restoration and sustainable architecture. Living in, and traveling around China has given Amy the opportunity to become increasingly exposed to many different forms of traditional Chinese architecture and local Chinese cultures.

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  1. Yiran
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    I personally think that TRB did a good transformation from an old temple to a stylish, decent restaurant and hotel with French gastronomy, art decor and excellent service. This brings a topic on who is responsible for the renovation concept and who is investing capital for the realization. Obviously the case of TRB is not a public fund support case, as well it is for beneficial purpose of the developer. However, from the fact that TRB gains a positive reputation among the clients on an excellent combination of modern cuisine and historical interior together with professional service, it becomes a pop destination for those who is seeking for an exclusive fine dining experience. I believe that it will raise more thinking on what would be the criteria and expectation on old building restoration and renovation in the future.

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