停止清拆荔枝碗船廠 Stop the Demolition of Lai Chi Vun Shipyards

Joao martins
Joao martins 72 Comments
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停止清拆荔枝碗船廠

荔枝碗船廠標誌造船業在澳門歷史的重要構成,尤其是澳門當時依賴水上運輸為最主要的行業 ◦ 獨特的船廠建築由造船工人搭建,是獨一無二的建築遺產 ◦ 最近,在沒有任何研究及下一步計劃的情況下,澳門政府稱基於公共安全清拆了18幢有關建築物中的11幢結構物 ◦ 我們強烈要求保留及翻新船廠的木造結構物作文化活動用途,包括設博物館區域 ˴ 手工藝品 ˴ 藝術教育中心 ˴ 工作室及休閒活動 ˴ 令新一代市民及來澳遊客了解/學習本地歷史,並可參與不同的歷史 ˴ 藝術及文化活動 ◦

Não à Demolição dos Estaleiros de Lai Chi Vun

Os Estaleiros de Lai Chi Vun representam a memória de uma indústria naval que em Macau teve grande importância, sobretudo numa época em que Macau dependia quase exclusivamente das vias marítimas. Este conjunto construído constitui uma forma de património arquitetónico que sendo construído pelos próprios carpinteiros valida uma identidade cultural própria. O Governo está neste momento a proceder à demolição de 11 estruturas das 18 existentes, alegando questões de segurança sem contudo haver um estudo ou ideia sobre o que se fazer seguidamente. Defendemos a manutenção das estruturas de madeira dos Estaleiros e sua recuperação para instalação de atividades ligadas à cultura; desde áreas museológicas, artesanato, ateliers artístico-pedagógicos e zonas lúdicas. Gerações vindouras e visitantes poderão assim disfrutar de um espaço que fala sobre a história de Macau acompanhada de exposições e eventos culturais; grande potencial e oportunidade para a criação de indústrias criativas.

Stop the Demolition of Lai Chi Vun Shipyards

The Shipyards of Lai Chi Vun represents the history of the shipbuilding industry in which Macao was of great importance, particularly at the time when Macao depended almost exclusively on shipping. These buildings constitute a form of architectural heritage built by the shipbuilders themselves that is proof of a unique cultural identity. The Government is currently carrying out the demolition of 11 structures from the 18 existing ones, claiming security issues without however having undertaken a study or developed a plan of what to do next. We call for the preservation of Shipyards wooden structures and their renovation for the use of activities related to culture; From museological areas, handicrafts, artistic-pedagogical center, workshops and leisure. New generations and city guests can learn the city history, attend various historical and art exhibits, and cultural events; great potential and opportunity to implement the so called Creative industries.

  • BoBo Chan
    BoBo Chan Hong Kong, Central District
    Apr 18, 2017
    Apr 18, 2017
    I am from Homg Kong
    I like Macau so much and I like this village so much
    It is so special, so beautiful and full of history
    Where can you find another place like this?
    Please don't take it away
    It is more valuable to preserve a history than whatever you are planning to do with it, especially when you don't even have a plan
    Please
    Please
    In my heart, Macau government is not only a politician or an investor
    You do care more
    Am I right?
  • António Duarte Mil-Homens
    Apr 02, 2017
    Apr 02, 2017
    For the last years nobody care about all the wood (teca) being stolen and sold every day, till the moment the structures loose their resistance....
    Shame on it!
    .
  • Kenos Leong
    Kenos Leong United States, Minneapolis
    Mar 28, 2017
    Mar 28, 2017
    Preserve our memories and redevelop it to something that has educational value.
  • Marisol Arroz
    Marisol Arroz Macau, Macau
    Mar 28, 2017
    Mar 28, 2017
    Sopt demolition
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