「水上香港」與「陸上香港」相遇之處:鴨脷洲-香港仔-南丫島區歷史建築群保育方案研究: 發展局保育歷史建築基金資助主題研究

Translated title of the contribution: Where “Hong Kong in the Sea” and “Hong Kong on the Land” Meet - A Study on the Conservation of Historic Building Clusters in the Ap Lei Chau-Aberdeen-Lamma Island Area: Thematic Research Funded by the Built Heritage Conservation Fund, Development Bureau

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Abstract

鴨脷洲、香港仔和南丫島區是一個歷史悠久的漁業區。早於250多年前,已有漁舟聚集灣頭並出現相關的祭祀活動,建立了舊有的社群。及西力東漸,該區成了洋船在華南取淡水要站,殖民地年代,一直是港府和西式教會經營港島南岸的重點區,發展成區內的外來社群。戰後,隨政局變化,港府孕育出一系列管理「漁民」人口的措施,並以該區作試點,該區歷史對香港的整體發展影響尤為深遠。本研究以「點、線、面」層次,在區內分別挑選了十二幢能反映出鴨香南社區水陸文化的建築,分三階段進行歷史及建築特色的調查,亦就不同文物點的現況,提出了不同的詮釋和活化等建議,並借鏡了本地及外地一些相關的現有例子和經驗,更具體地考究這些建議的可行性。
Translated title of the contributionWhere “Hong Kong in the Sea” and “Hong Kong on the Land” Meet - A Study on the Conservation of Historic Building Clusters in the Ap Lei Chau-Aberdeen-Lamma Island Area: Thematic Research Funded by the Built Heritage Conservation Fund, Development Bureau
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
TypeReport commissioned by the Development Bureau, the Government of HKSAR
Publisher香港特別行政區政府發展局
Number of pages522
Publication statusPublished - 12 Aug 2022

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