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    Title: 臺灣慢城創生與客家鳳林慢活;Placemaking of Cittaslow in Hakka Fonglin, Taiwan
    Authors: 邱嘉圓;QIU, Jia-Yuan
    Contributors: 客家社會文化研究所
    Keywords: 客家;客家文化;鳳林鎮;慢城;社區;Hakka;Hakka culture;Fonglin;Cittaslow;community
    Date: 2018-07-20
    Issue Date: 2018-08-31 13:57:29 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 全球科技持續不斷快速發展與進步的浪潮下,客家小鎮花蓮鳳林正在以慢城創生進行在地文化底蘊的打造與深化。朝向工業化、標準化的社會,逐漸以機器取代人力,在追求速度的同時,原有的生產鏈結正在改變,而「人」本身所具有的價值與彼此間情感上的交流,似乎正面臨嚴重的挑戰。面對這種現象的發生,有些人開始放慢步伐,思考在過去的全球化體系發展下,從中獲得到什麼?又犧牲了哪些事物?花蓮客家小鎮以客家文化與精神為核心,透過社區營造與組織,連結地方產業與社會歷史進程,成為臺灣第一個獲得國際慢城認證的地方。
    ;With the continuous and rapid development of global technology, the Hakka Town, Fonglin in Hualien is developing and deepening the cultural heritage of the city with the Cittaslow revolution. At the time of an industrialized as well as a standardized society, manpower has been replaced by machines gradually. When people are pursuing the speed, the original production chain system seems to be changing. The value of human and the relations are coming up against a brick wall. To deal with this kind of phenomenon, some people try/start began to slow down and think about what we win and what we lose during globalization. Taking the Hakka culture and spirit as the core which is linked by local industry and social history, Fonglin has become the first place in Taiwan to obtain international Cittaslow through community organizations and community empowerment.
    The word " Cittaslow " is still a brand new idea in Taiwan, which makes people curious about it. The main idea of this paper is the connection between the Hakka Town, Fonglin and the Cittaslow. Fonglin has always been the main living point of the Hakka in the east, and it is the birthplace of multi-ethnic culture. The crop in Fonglin includes tobacco, Cypress in early times, and watermelon, rice and peanuts at present. As for the traditional industry, there are a variety of cultural and historical work organizations, as well as lots of cultural assets such as the most densely tobacco buildings in Taiwan. With the benefit mentioned previously, especially for the traditional Hakka culture and crafts, Fonglin possessed the advantages of being an internation Cittaslow. This study wants to explore “In the process of becoming a Cittaslow, what role does the public sector, residents and project promoters play? What is the foundation and history to promote the Cittaslow?” This study will be focus on these issues.
    The research applied methods of document analysis, participant observation and in-depth interviews. The interviewee includes local public sector, real promoter, local community organization, local people who care about the Cittaslow, and residents in Fonglin. There are three main focus in this study. First, explore the conditions and the development history of Fonglin and figure out why it is confirmed as a Cittaslow. Second, analyze the interaction among local public sector, residents and those who dedicated in Cittaslow projects. Third, figure out the reference value of Fonglin as a successful Cittaslow and how can it be applied to other places in Taiwan. The findings in this study are as follow:Except for the local conditions have been in line with the norms of Cittaslow, the public sector, the promoter and the community residents can further even communicate and put into practice in the " Cittaslow Fonglin." It’s an important key makes Fonglin to be a Cittaslow image. Although People expect some economic benefits because of Cittaslow, the public sector, the promoters and residents don’t want to change local characteristics for, neither do them want to harm the local environment because of the excessive pursuit of economy. No matter what kind of reasons for towns to apply for Cittaslow, they should clarify what the real place needs, and how to implement them, or we may lose the original characteristics. Only when we realize the true needs can we create a true Cittaslow.
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