Building New Socialist Countryside with a Harmonious Combination Production, Living and Ecosystem

Wu-zhong ZHOU


Based on a great deal of practice in the planning of the Chinese countryside landscape and sight-seeing agriculture, the author proposes the planning concept of new countryside. That is building new socialist countryside in the real sense and realizing the aim of constructing socialist harmonious society by combining production, living and ecosystem and maintaining the flavor of the countryside as far as possible.
Key words: new countryside, countryside of China, landscape planning, harmonious society
Résumé: Sur la base de la pratique massive de planification du paysage rural et de l’agricuture touristique, l’auteur propose l’idée de nouveau ruralisme. En assurant la condition préalable de construire la « triple harmonie »(harmonie entre la production, la vie et l’écologie) et maintenir le « ruralisme » de la campagne, on va construire la nouvelle campagne socialiste authentique et réaliser l’objectif de l’édification de la société harmonieuse socialiste.
Mots-clés: nouveau ruralisme, campagne chinoise, planification du paysage, société harmonieuse

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