Recently completing a 146 day motorcycle trip around China allowed me to visit many of the unique cultural and architectural sites this amazing country has to offer. Over the next few weeks and months I’ll be writing in more detail about these sites, so stay tuned!
In May Stanford’s Urban Studies program: Human Cities China (part of the Human Cities Initiative) organsied a round table seminar at Tsinghua University in Beijing. The discussion was led by… Read more →
Beijing Courtyards Then and Now Under the summer shade of a century-old poplar tree, two elderly people are playing Chinese chess, each holding a traditional cattail-leaf fan in their hand,… Read more →
Cristiano Bianchi (left) and Enrico Ancilli (right) BIG THANKS to those who have shown continuous interest and support to our CBR Speakers Series! We just hosted our June presentation with architecture… Read more →
Image by Damian Evans via Journal of Archaeological Science Last Friday the Guardian reported on a groundbreaking archaeological discovery of several vast medieval cities buried underneath Cambodia’s jungle, not far… Read more →
CBR would like to say a big THANK YOU to those who attended last week’s YISHU 8 event for an interesting conversation with Caroline Odinet on “A Second Life for the… Read more →
Project: China Building Restoration wishes everyone a very happy new year! Special thanks to all of our followers for their ongoing support, we hope your 2016 has got off to… Read more →
At our last Speakers Event Chris Barclay talked about his experience restoring an old temple in Yunnan and shared with us his philosophy on building restoration.
Zhizhusi – Temple of Wisdom CBR would like to thank everyone who joined us last Thursday for a viewing of “The Making Of The Temple Hotel” hosted by Juan van… Read more →
About the Speaking Series We’re happy to announce that our new speaking series got off to a good start last Thursday with the first presentation titled “Historic Preservation in China”… Read more →
The State Administration of Cultural Heritage has started restoration works on the Eastern Qing Tombs located on the north-eastern outskirts of Beijing.