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Reuse Planning of Exhibition Space-The 2010 Taipei International Flora Exposition
Exhibitions Industry (MICE Industry);2010 Taipei expo;Space reuse
|Issue Date: ||2015-06-08T08:11:07Z
Nowadays in 21st century of innovation, the technology progresses as well as the information expresses rapidly. To enhance the basic structure and to eliminate the rural-urban divide are common goals of most countries, and even more to achieve a globalized development in order to connect to other countries worldwide. MICE industry is the core factor of city property. Accompanied with the globalization in economy, information and culture, keen competitions from the world come to Taiwan. MICE industry has increasing importance in Taiwan in the aim of getting involved into the world trend and development opportunity. 2010 Taipei expo ended successfully in April 2011, which was the first international profession exposition in Taiwan and was applied from Taipei City to AIPH (The International Association of Horticultural Producers). However a large-scale exposition needs plan with comprehensiveness because it requires amounts of manpower and resource as well as extensive area of land. Well-evaluated usage of the exposition will enhance the efficiency of city space use and the image of nation. Until now, the arrangement plan of exposition buildings exceeds towards sustainable use. Thus, it's a highlight issue to sufficiently use the value of the exposition. This research is based on the case of 2010 Taipei expo. Data were assembled through questionnaire survey, semi-structured interview, and case study method. The participants in this study were divided into inhabitants and authorities. This study examined the practical operation of the government comparing with the original plan by sorting conclusion of comments.
|Relation: ||嶺東學報, 32: 71-99|
|Appears in Collections:||[地理學系] 期刊論文|
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