Entrusted by theChangchunBureau of Culture,Broadcasting,Television,Press and Publication, our institute launched the formulation of the“Special Planning forChangchun Cultural Facilities” in October 2015. In order to ensure successof the next-phase work andlearning advanced experience of other cities, an expert consultation meeting was held in the meeting room on the 1st
floor of our institute on March 18, 2016.
Present at the meeting were ZhaiLiguo, inspector of theJilin Province Culture Departmentand provincial CPPCC member, Deputy Director Tan Xuweiof theShenyang Institute of Planning & Design, Chief Engineer ZhouHaiboof theDalian Institute of Urban Planning & Design, Chief Engineer Zhang Hailanof theShanghaiTongji Institute of Urban Planning & Design, Professor Zhang Jingqiuof the School of Applied Humanity and Science of theBeijing Union University, Professor Du Lizhuof the School of Architecture of theHarbin Institute ofTechnology, and Director TianZhiqiangof the Qingdao Institute of Urban Planning & Design. The Division ofLaws and Regulationsof the municipal Bureau of Culture,Broadcasting,Television,Press and Publication also sent some of its staff to the meeting as non-voting auditors.
Deputy President WangHaoyu chaired the meeting. Director LiuXueof the Community Economy and Regional Development Institute, Director Cheng Yingnanof the Urban Area Planning Institute (III) and the members of theproject team attended the meeting. ProjectPrincipal Zhao Yan reported to the experts on the basics of the“Special Planning forChangchun’s Cultural Facilities”from the perspectives ofdevelopmentof cultural undertaking and cultural industry, system building, research on facility standard system, spatial arrangement, etc. After hearing the report, the experts at the meeting recognized the completed work and progress by theproject team and made some remarks and comments on some aspects of the project contents. They also engaged in study and discussions with theproject team on such issues as how to build cultural undertaking development systems, whether the grading and categorizing standards for cultural facilities were scientific, whether the cultural industrial growth directions and strategies were feasible, etc. They proposed guidance opinions on thefollowing work from varied aspects.