In this article Lingnan Impression Park is taken as case study to research on integrated strategies of cultural heritage conservation with the purpose of its adapted reuse. In process exploitation, a combined strategy reusing architecture heritage is adopted, to produce an atmosphere of traditional Lingnan (Cantonese) culture for tourism development. This strategy has advantages for material recycle, construction energy saving and environmental protection, but arising an issue concerning heritage’s authenticity. It is regarded that it must be adopted a cultural ecology’s views to deal with the concept of authenticity especially in circumstance of heritage reuse with tourism exploitation.
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