Asian Cultural Landscape Association

ACLA

ACLA is a non profit organization in the service to make the happy, peaceful, and sustainable cultural landscapes of Asia.

Cultural Landscape: The Complex Relationship between Humans and the EnvironmentThe cultural landscape refers to the space where humans have altered the natural environment to fulfil their needs. The intricate relationship between humans and the environment can be studied from various perspectives, such as environmental, economic, policy, and health viewpoints.EnvironmentThe natural environment plays a crucial role in shaping cultural landscapes. For instance, countries rich in resources often support agricultural and settlement development, while arid regions with limited resources tend to restrict development.EconomyEconomic activities significantly define the characteristics of cultural landscapes. Industries and mining often cause environmental pollution, while sectors like tourism and agriculture may contribute to environmental conservation.PolicyPublic policies influence the cultural landscape. Environmental policies may dictate permissible economic activities in protected areas, while health policies might determine the necessary infrastructure in densely populated areas.HealthHuman and wildlife health are affected by the cultural landscape. Air and water pollution can impact human health, and habitat destruction can affect wildlife.Conference ThemeThe conference, "Cultural Landscape: Insights from Environment, Economy, Policy, and Health," aims to explore the complex relationship between humans and the environment. It will cover:* How cultural heritage, environment, economic activities, policy frameworks, and public health intertwine and influence one another.
* The significance of cultural landscapes in shaping society and human well-being.
* Sustainable practices for managing cultural landscapes.
This conference, scheduled for May 16, 2024 in Semarang, Java, Indonesia, will provide local hospitality without any charges. However, attendees are responsible for their travel and accommodation expenses.Interesting TopicsThe conference aims to present new insights into cultural landscapes, including:* The relationship between cultural heritage and natural environments.
* The role of economic activities in shaping cultural landscapes.
* The impact of public policies on cultural landscapes.
* The importance of cultural landscapes for human health.
It invites scholarly articles, research papers, critical analyses, and community service results related to cultural landscapes for possible inclusion in an ISBN-numbered compilation.The conference offers a valuable platform for academics and practitioners from various fields to exchange information and knowledge about cultural landscapes, enabling better understanding and sustainable management practices.Article format
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ภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรม: ความสัมพันธ์ที่ซับซ้อนระหว่างมนุษย์กับสิ่งแวดล้อมภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมคือพื้นที่ที่มนุษย์ได้ปรับเปลี่ยนสภาพแวดล้อมทางธรรมชาติเพื่อตอบสนองความต้องการของตนเอง ความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างมนุษย์กับสิ่งแวดล้อมที่ซับซ้อนนี้สามารถศึกษาได้จากมุมมองต่างๆ มากมาย เช่น สิ่งแวดล้อม เศรษฐกิจ นโยบาย และสุขภาพสิ่งแวดล้อมสภาพแวดล้อมทางธรรมชาติมีบทบาทสำคัญในการกำหนดลักษณะของภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรม ตัวอย่างเช่น ภูมิประเทศที่อุดมสมบูรณ์และมีทรัพยากรธรรมชาติที่อุดมสมบูรณ์จะเอื้อต่อการพัฒนาการเกษตรและการตั้งถิ่นฐาน ในขณะที่ภูมิประเทศที่แห้งแล้งและขาดแคลนทรัพยากรจะจำกัดการพัฒนาเศรษฐกิจกิจกรรมทางเศรษฐกิจเป็นปัจจัยสำคัญอีกประการหนึ่งที่กำหนดลักษณะของภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรม ตัวอย่างเช่น การทำเหมืองและอุตสาหกรรมมักก่อให้เกิดมลภาวะต่อสิ่งแวดล้อม ในขณะที่การท่องเที่ยวและการเกษตรอาจช่วยอนุรักษ์สิ่งแวดล้อมนโยบายนโยบายสาธารณะมีอิทธิพลต่อลักษณะของภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมเช่นกัน ตัวอย่างเช่น นโยบายสิ่งแวดล้อมอาจกำหนดว่ากิจกรรมทางเศรษฐกิจใดที่อนุญาตในพื้นที่คุ้มครอง ในขณะที่นโยบายด้านสุขภาพอาจกำหนดว่าโครงสร้างพื้นฐานใดที่จำเป็นในพื้นที่ที่มีประชากรหนาแน่นสุขภาพสุขภาพของมนุษย์และสัตว์ป่าได้รับผลกระทบจากภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรม ตัวอย่างเช่น มลภาวะทางอากาศและน้ำอาจส่งผลเสียต่อสุขภาพของมนุษย์ ในขณะที่การทำลายที่อยู่อาศัยอาจส่งผลเสียต่อสุขภาพของสัตว์ป่าการประชุมสัมมนาการประชุมสัมมนา "ภูมิทัศน์วัฒนธรรม: ข้อมูลเชิงลึกจากสิ่งแวดล้อม เศรษฐกิจ นโยบาย และสุขภาพ" มีจุดมุ่งหมายเพื่อสำรวจความสัมพันธ์ที่ซับซ้อนระหว่างมนุษย์กับสิ่งแวดล้อม การประชุมสัมมนานี้จะครอบคลุมหัวข้อต่างๆ เช่น* วิธีที่มรดกทางวัฒนธรรม สภาพแวดล้อม กิจกรรมทางเศรษฐกิจ กรอบนโยบาย และการสาธารณสุขมาบรรจบกันและมีอิทธิพลซึ่งกันและกัน
* ความสำคัญของภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมในการหล่อหลอมสังคมและความเป็นอยู่ที่ดีของมนุษย์
* แนวทางปฏิบัติที่ดีที่สุดสำหรับการจัดการภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมอย่างยั่งยืน
การประชุมสัมมนานี้คาดว่าจะเป็นประโยชน์ต่อนักวิชาการ นักปฏิบัติ และผู้ที่สนใจในความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างมนุษย์กับสิ่งแวดล้อมงานสัมมนานี้จะจัดขึ้นในวันที่ 16 พฤษภาคม 2567 (วันหลัก) คณะกรรมการจัดงานจะจัดเตรียมอาหารและการต้อนรับในท้องถิ่นโดยไม่มีค่าใช้จ่ายใดๆ อย่างไรก็ตาม ค่าที่พักและค่าเดินทาง (ทางอากาศและท้องถิ่น) ผู้เข้าร่วมจะต้องรับผิดชอบเองที่จัดงาน
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ภูมิทัศน์วัฒนธรรมภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมเป็นพื้นที่ที่มนุษย์ได้ปรับเปลี่ยนสภาพแวดล้อมทางธรรมชาติเพื่อตอบสนองความต้องการของตนเอง ความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างมนุษย์กับสิ่งแวดล้อมที่ซับซ้อนนี้สามารถศึกษาได้จากมุมมองต่างๆ มากมาย เช่น สิ่งแวดล้อม เศรษฐกิจ นโยบาย และสุขภาพงานสัมมนา "ภูมิทัศน์วัฒนธรรม" จะจัดขึ้นในปี พ.ศ. 2567 เพื่อสำรวจความสัมพันธ์ที่ซับซ้อนระหว่างภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมกับปัจจัยต่างๆ เหล่านี้ การประชุมสัมมนานี้จะครอบคลุมหัวข้อต่างๆ เช่น* วิธีที่มรดกทางวัฒนธรรม สภาพแวดล้อม กิจกรรมทางเศรษฐกิจ กรอบนโยบาย และการสาธารณสุขมาบรรจบกันและมีอิทธิพลซึ่งกันและกัน
* ความสำคัญของภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมในการหล่อหลอมสังคมและความเป็นอยู่ที่ดีของมนุษย์
* แนวทางปฏิบัติที่ดีที่สุดสำหรับการจัดการภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมอย่างยั่งยืน
มีการเปิดรับบทความจากทั่วทุกมุมโลก บทความที่นำเสนอในการประชุมสัมมนานี้อาจอยู่ในรูปแบบของผลการวิจัย การทบทวนวรรณกรรม การวิจารณ์เชิงวิพากษ์ หรือผลการบริการชุมชนที่สามารถเพิ่มความเข้าใจเกี่ยวกับภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมได้ บทความที่ผ่านการคัดเลือกจะได้รับการตีพิมพ์ในหนังสือรวมบทความที่มีหมายเลข ISBNการประชุมสัมมนานี้คาดว่าจะเป็นประโยชน์ต่อนักวิชาการ นักปฏิบัติ และผู้ที่สนใจในความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างมนุษย์กับสิ่งแวดล้อมประเด็นที่น่าสนใจการประชุมสัมมนานี้คาดว่าจะนำเสนอข้อมูลเชิงลึกใหม่ๆ เกี่ยวกับภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมในประเด็นต่างๆ เช่น* ความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างมรดกทางวัฒนธรรมกับสภาพแวดล้อมทางธรรมชาติ
* บทบาทของกิจกรรมทางเศรษฐกิจในการกำหนดลักษณะของภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรม
* ผลกระทบของนโยบายสาธารณะต่อภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรม
* ความสำคัญของภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมต่อสุขภาพของมนุษย์
การประชุมสัมมนานี้จะเป็นโอกาสที่ดีสำหรับนักวิชาการและนักปฏิบัติจากหลากหลายสาขาวิชามาร่วมกันแลกเปลี่ยนข้อมูลและองค์ความรู้เกี่ยวกับภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรม การประชุมสัมมนานี้จะช่วยให้เราเข้าใจภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมได้ดียิ่งขึ้นและสามารถนำความรู้นี้ไปประยุกต์ใช้เพื่อการจัดการภูมิทัศน์ทางวัฒนธรรมอย่างยั่งยืนรูปแบบบทความ
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Lanskap Budaya: Hubungan Kompleks antara Manusia dan LingkunganLanskap budaya mengacu pada ruang di mana manusia mengubah lingkungan alam untuk memenuhi kebutuhannya. Rumitnya hubungan antara manusia dan lingkungan hidup dapat dikaji dari berbagai sudut pandang, seperti sudut pandang lingkungan hidup, ekonomi, kebijakan, dan kesehatan.LingkunganLingkungan alam memainkan peran penting dalam membentuk lanskap budaya. Misalnya, negara-negara yang kaya akan sumber daya seringkali mendukung pembangunan pertanian dan pemukiman, sementara wilayah kering dengan sumber daya yang terbatas cenderung membatasi pembangunan.EkonomiKegiatan ekonomi secara signifikan menentukan karakteristik lanskap budaya. Industri dan pertambangan seringkali menyebabkan pencemaran lingkungan, sementara sektor seperti pariwisata dan pertanian dapat berkontribusi terhadap pelestarian lingkungan.KebijakanKebijakan publik mempengaruhi lanskap budaya. Kebijakan lingkungan hidup mungkin menentukan aktivitas ekonomi yang diperbolehkan di kawasan yang dilindungi, sementara kebijakan kesehatan mungkin menentukan infrastruktur yang diperlukan di kawasan padat penduduk.KesehatanKesehatan manusia dan satwa liar dipengaruhi oleh lanskap budaya. Polusi udara dan air dapat berdampak pada kesehatan manusia, dan perusakan habitat dapat berdampak pada satwa liar.Tema KonferensiKonferensi bertajuk “Lanskap Budaya: Wawasan dari Lingkungan, Ekonomi, Kebijakan, dan Kesehatan” bertujuan untuk mengeksplorasi hubungan kompleks antara manusia dan lingkungan. Ini akan mencakup:* Bagaimana warisan budaya, lingkungan, kegiatan ekonomi, kerangka kebijakan, dan kesehatan masyarakat saling terkait dan mempengaruhi satu sama lain.
* Pentingnya lanskap budaya dalam membentuk masyarakat dan kesejahteraan manusia.
* Praktik berkelanjutan dalam mengelola lanskap budaya.
Konferensi ini, yang dijadwalkan pada 16 Mei 2024, di Semarang, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia, akan memberikan keramahtamahan lokal tanpa biaya apa pun. Namun, peserta bertanggung jawab atas biaya perjalanan dan akomodasi mereka.TujuanKonferensi ini bertujuan untuk menyajikan wawasan baru mengenai lanskap budaya, termasuk:* Hubungan antara warisan budaya dan lingkungan alam.
* Peran kegiatan ekonomi dalam membentuk lanskap budaya.
* Dampak kebijakan publik terhadap lanskap budaya.
* Pentingnya lanskap budaya bagi kesehatan manusia.
Kami mengundang artikel ilmiah, makalah penelitian, analisis kritis, dan hasil pengabdian masyarakat terkait lanskap budaya untuk diterbitkan dalam buku ber-ISBN.Konferensi ini menawarkan platform berharga bagi akademisi dan praktisi dari berbagai bidang untuk bertukar informasi dan pengetahuan tentang lanskap budaya, sehingga memungkinkan pemahaman yang lebih baik dan praktik pengelolaan berkelanjutan.文化的景観:人間と環境の複雑な関係文化的景観とは、人間が自身のニーズを満たすために自然環境を変化させた空間を指します。人間と環境の複雑な関係は、環境、経済、政策、健康などのさまざまな観点から研究することができます。環境自然環境は文化的景観を形成する上で重要な役割を果たします。例えば、資源が豊富な国は農業や定住地の開発を支援する傾向がある一方で、資源が限られた乾燥地域は開発を制限する傾向があります。経済経済活動は文化的景観の特徴を大きく決定します。工業や鉱業はしばしば環境汚染を引き起こす一方で、観光や農業などの部門は環境保護に貢献することができます。政策公共政策は文化的景観に影響を与えます。環境政策は保護区で許可される経済活動を決定する可能性がある一方で、保健政策は人口密集地域に必要なインフラを決定する可能性があります。健康人間と野生動物の健康は文化的景観の影響を受けます。大気や水の汚染は人間の健康に影響を与え、生息地の破壊は野生動物に影響を与えます。会議のテーマ「文化的景観:環境、経済、政策、健康の視点」をテーマとする会議は、人間と環境の複雑な関係を探求することを目的としています。この会議は、以下の内容をカバーします。* 文化遺産、環境、経済活動、政策枠組み、公衆衛生がどのように相互に関連し、相互に影響を与えるか。
* 文化的景観が社会と人間の福祉を形成する上での重要性。
* 文化的景観を持続的に管理するための実践。
この会議は、2024年5月16日にインドネシア中部ジャワ州セマランで開催される予定で、無料の現地のおもてなしを提供します。ただし、参加者は旅行費と宿泊費は自己負担となります。会議の目標この会議は、文化的景観に関する新しい洞察を提供することを目的としています。これには、次のようなものが含まれます。* 文化遺産と自然環境の関係。
* 文化的景観形成における経済活動の役割。
* 公共政策が文化的景観に与える影響。
* 文化的景観が人間の健康に与える重要性。
私たちは、文化的景観に関する科学論文、研究論文、批判的分析、社会貢献の成果を、ISBN付きの書籍に掲載するよう招待しています。この会議は、さまざまな分野の学者や実務家にとって貴重な交流プラットフォームを提供します。情報や知識を交換することで、文化的景観をよりよく理解し、持続可能な管理を実践することができます。会議の概要* 日付:2024年5月16日
* 場所:インドネシア中部ジャワ州セマラン
* テーマ:文化的景観:環境、経済、政策、健康の視点
* 目標:文化的景観に関する新しい洞察を提供
* 参加資格:学者および実務家
* 参加費:なし(現地のおもてなしを提供)
この会議の詳細については、次のウェブサイトをご覧ください。[ウェブサイトのURL]会議へのコメントこの会議のテーマは非常に重要です。人間と環境の関係のさまざまな重要な側面をカバーしているからです。また、会議の目標も非常に明確です。文化的景観に関する新しい洞察を提供することを目指しています。この会議は、さまざまな分野の学者や実務家にとって貴重な交流プラットフォームになるでしょう。情報や知識を交換することで、文化的景観をよりよく理解し、その持続可能な管理に貢献することができます。私は、この会議が成功し、プラスの影響を与えると信じています。文化景观:人与环境的复杂关系文化景观是指人类为了满足自身需求而改变自然环境所形成的空间。人与环境的复杂关系可以从环境、经济、政策、健康等多个角度进行研究。环境自然环境在形成文化景观中发挥着重要作用。例如,资源丰富的国家往往支持农业和定居点的开发,而资源有限的干旱地区则倾向于限制开发。经济经济活动在很大程度上决定了文化景观的特征。工业和采矿往往会造成环境污染,而旅游和农业等部门则可以为环境保护做出贡献。政策公共政策会影响文化景观。环境政策可能会决定保护区允许的经济活动,而卫生政策可能会决定人口密集地区所需的基础设施。健康人类和野生动物的健康受到文化景观的影响。空气和水污染会对人类健康产生影响,栖息地破坏会对野生动物产生影响。会议主题以“文化景观:环境、经济、政策、健康的视角”为主题的会议旨在探索人与环境的复杂关系。该会议将涵盖以下内容:* 文化遗产、环境、经济活动、政策框架和公共卫生如何相互关联并相互影响。
* 文化景观在形成社会和人类福祉中的重要性。
* 可持续管理文化景观的实践。
该会议定于2024年5月16日在印度尼西亚中爪哇省塞马兰举行,将提供免费的当地招待。但参会者需自行承担行程和住宿费用。会议目标该会议旨在提供有关文化景观的新见解,包括:* 文化遗产与自然环境的关系。
* 经济活动在形成文化景观中的作用。
* 公共政策对文化景观的影响。
* 文化景观对人类健康的重要性。
我们邀请有关文化景观的科学论文、研究论文、批判性分析和社会贡献成果发表在带有ISBN的书籍中。该会议为来自不同领域的学者和实践者提供了一个宝贵的平台,让他们交流文化景观的信息和知识,从而促进更好的理解和可持续管理实践。会议摘要* 日期:2024年5月16日
* 地点:印度尼西亚中爪哇省塞马兰
* 主题:文化景观:环境、经济、政策、健康的视角
* 目标:提供有关文化景观的新见解
* 参会资格:学者和实践者
* 参会费:无(提供当地招待)
有关该会议的更多信息,请访问以下网站:[网站地址]对会议的评论该会议的主题非常有意义,因为它涵盖了人与环境关系的多个重要方面。会议的目标也非常明确,即提供有关文化景观的新见解。该会议将为来自不同领域的学者和实践者提供一个宝贵的交流平台。通过交流信息和知识,他们可以更好地理解文化景观,并为其可持续管理做出贡献。我认为该会议将是一场成功的会议,并将产生积极的影响문화 경관: 인간과 환경의 복잡한 관계문화 경관이란 인간이 자신의 필요를 충족시키기 위해 자연 환경을 변화시킨 공간을 말합니다. 인간과 환경의 복잡한 관계는 환경, 경제, 정책, 건강 등 다양한 관점에서 연구될 수 있습니다.환경자연 환경은 문화 경관을 형성하는 데 중요한 역할을 합니다. 예를 들어, 자원이 풍부한 국가는 농업과 정착지 개발을 지원하는 반면, 자원이 제한된 건조 지역은 개발을 제한하는 경향이 있습니다.경제경제 활동은 문화 경관의 특성을 크게 결정합니다. 산업과 광업은 종종 환경 오염을 유발하는 반면, 관광과 농업은 환경 보존에 기여할 수 있습니다.정책공공 정책은 문화 경관에 영향을 미칩니다. 환경 정책은 보호 구역에서 허용되는 경제 활동을 결정할 수 있으며, 보건 정책은 인구 밀집 지역에서 필요한 인프라를 결정할 수 있습니다.건강인간과 야생 동물의 건강은 문화 경관에 영향을 받습니다. 대기 및 수질 오염은 인간의 건강에 영향을 미칠 수 있으며, 서식지 파괴는 야생 동물에 영향을 미칠 수 있습니다.회의 주제“문화 경관: 환경, 경제, 정책, 건강의 시각”이라는 주제로 개최되는 회의는 인간과 환경의 복잡한 관계를 탐구하는 것을 목표로 합니다. 이 회의는 다음을 포함합니다.* 문화 유산, 환경, 경제 활동, 정책 프레임워크, 공중 보건이 서로 어떻게 관련되어 있고 서로 영향을 미치는지
* 문화 경관이 사회와 인간 복지를 형성하는 중요성
* 문화 경관을 지속 가능하게 관리하는 관행
이 회의는 2024년 5월 16일 인도네시아 중부 자바 주 셈랑에서 예정되어 있으며, 현지 환대는 무료로 제공됩니다. 그러나 참가자는 여행 및 숙박 비용을 부담해야 합니다.목표이 회의는 문화 경관에 대한 새로운 통찰력을 제공하는 것을 목표로 합니다. 여기에는 다음이 포함됩니다.* 문화 유산과 자연 환경의 관계
* 문화 경관 형성에서의 경제 활동의 역할
* 공공 정책이 문화 경관에 미치는 영향
* 문화 경관이 인간 건강에 미치는 중요성
우리는 문화 경관에 관한 과학 논문, 연구 논문, 비판적 분석, 사회 공헌 결과를 ISBN이 있는 책으로 출판하도록 초대합니다.이 회의는 다양한 분야의 학자와 실무자들에게 문화 경관에 대한 정보를 교환하고 지식을 공유할 수 있는 귀중한 플랫폼을 제공합니다. 이를 통해 보다 나은 이해와 지속 가능한 관리 관행을 가능하게 합니다.회의 요약* 날짜: 2024년 5월 16일
* 장소: 인도네시아 중부 자바 주 셈랑
* 주제: 문화 경관: 환경, 경제, 정책, 건강의 시각
* 목표: 문화 경관에 대한 새로운 통찰력 제공
* 참가자격: 학자 및 실무자
* 참가비: 없음 (현지 환대는 제공됨)
이 회의에 대한 자세한 정보는 다음 웹사이트에서 확인할 수 있습니다.

2023: 2023 ACLA International Symposium• Venue: Nanjing University Aeronauticsand Astronautics, Nanjing, China

2021: 2021 ACLA International Symposium• Venue: Nanjing University Aeronauticsand Astronautics, Nanjing, China

2023: 2023 ACLA International Symposium• Venue: Nanjing University Aeronauticsand Astronautics, Nanjing, China

2021: 2021 ACLA International Symposium• Venue: Nanjing University Aeronauticsand Astronautics, Nanjing, China

Mission Statement


Of course, there are agencies that deal with cultural landscapes and associated architecture, heritage, habitat (rural, urban, peri-urban) planning and conservation and envisioned cultural landscape as heritage resource for sustainable development at different degrees, still there has not been any prime organisation that should deal Asia in its own historically rooted cultural forms.To fulfil this noble task and demand of the global scenario in which cultural landscape is not taken only as an impediment to development, but a heritage resource that can contribute to maintain environment and landscape serene in its nature, cleanliness in outlook, aesthetically beautiful, eco-friendly in interrelationship,socially cohesive, culturally awakened ― in order to make Man-Nature integration and aliveness more sustainable, the ACLA (Asian Cultural Landscape Association) has been formed recently and declared on 3rd of December 2012; registered in Rep. Korea (SNU Seoul): Reg. No.: 119-82-11132. The ACLA shall highlight the ‘Cultural Landscapes as Living Cultural-Sustainable Resources’; foster the safeguard and sustainable use of the unique and diverse cultural landscapes and heritagescapes of Asian Region; promote the physical, natural and cultural heritagescapes, traditions, crafts and creativity as driving forces for overall sustainable landscape development.


Logo philosophy

The overall ACLA logo expressed ACLA is an Asia-based platform that providing Asians a democratic roundtable for discussing about Asian Cultural Landscapes. - It is also a metaphysical exposition of the aims and objectives of this foundation: ‘A’ symbolises the beginning and returning (‘A’) through the cyclic notion of continuity ‘C’, and attached ‘L’denotes the locomotive function of longevity.


Legal Entity (Institution)

- Non-Profit organization
- Registered to Korean Government Ministry of Foreign Affair Registration. No. 119 82 11132, issued on 24 July 2014


ACLA Activities

• Documentation & Communication• Networking• Public Campaigns• Publications• Technical Assistance• Partnerships• Training• Thematic workshops and conferences• Education and capacity building• Annual International Symposium

- 2009: Founded under IFLA (International Federation of Landscape Architects) as IFLA APR Cultural Landscape Committee (IFLA APR CLC) at Incheon, South Korea .- 2010: 1st International

Symposium • Date: 14th~17th Dec 2010
• Theme – Identity of Asian Traditional Landscapes
• Venue: Seoul National University
• Participated Countries: Korea(2), China(2), Japan(1), Taiwan(1),
Malaysia(4), Indonesia(2), Cambodia(1), Thailand(1), Iran(1)


- 2011: 2nd International
Symposium
• Date: 5th~8th Dec 2011
• Theme – Sustainable Rural Landscape and Planning in Asia
Pacific Region
• Venue: Seoul National University
• Participated Countries: Korea(4), China(1), Japan(2), Taiwan(1),
Malaysia(4), Indonesia(2), India(4), Thailand(1), Iran(2), Bangladesh (1)


- 2012: 3rd International
Symposium
• Date: 3rd~5th Dec 2012
• Theme – Heritage Landscape & Tourism Planning for
Asia Pacific Region
• Venue: Haji Dorani Homestay, Sabak Bernam, Malaysia • Participated Countries: Korea(2), Japan(1), Hong Kong(1),
Malaysia(13), Indonesia(1), India(1), Thailand(1), Singapore (1)
- 2012: Asian Cultural Landscape Asia (ACLA) has been formed and officially declared on Dec 3rd, 2012, in Malaysia.

Symposium

2013 : 2013 ACLA International Symposium
• Date: 12th~14th Oct 2013
• Theme – Meanings & Aesthetics in Asian Cultural Landscape
• Venue: Seoul National University, South Korea
• Participated Countries: India(7), Japan(6), Malaysia(5),
Thailand(5), China(4), Australia(3), Korea(2), Hong Kong(2), Indonesia(2), Taiwan(1), France(1), Philippines(1)


2014 : 2014 ACLA International Symposium
• Date: 7th~9th Oct 2014
• Theme – Waterfront Asian Cultural Landscape
• Venue: Seoul National University, South Korea
• Participated Countries: Indonesia(11), Thailand(5), India(4),
Korea(3), China(2), Austria(1), Hong Kong(1),


2015 : 2015 ACLA International Symposium
• Date: 11th~13th Sep 2015
• Theme – Agricultural Landscapes of Asia: Learning,
Preserving, Redefining
• Venue: Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia

THE ACLA HISTORY
July 09, 2023
THE SPIRIT OF ACLA

Since he was a child, Sung-Kyun Kim had paid lots of attention to the natural environment and Korean traditional culture in his homeland, in Korea. Sung was born in the city of Mungyeong-si, three years after the end of the Korean war. The history which divided the country on the Korean peninsula into two, North Korea and South Korea. Sung's hometown is approximately 200 km from Seoul City by bus, and 153 km by train. Its location is southeast of the capital.Sung-Kyun Kim experienced the period when the Korean population was experiencing food difficulties. His family of eight children also lived a life of worry, only being able to eat pine tree bark which is processed into delicious food by his mother. His father, a teacher and school principal, once said, "Sung, study hard, so you can improve our country, we inherit nature and culture from our ancestors, which are very beautiful and good for building the quality of human life." Sung was a good listener, he also remembered his father's words, "Sung, Indonesia is a country with good agricultural products, learn from the Indonesian people too."From his father's words, Little Sung was used to paying attention to natural scenery and always tried to understand the meaning of the natural beauty of his country's landscapes.In his childhood and youth, Sung also saw environmental conditions that were degraded due to foreign power domination, especially in the name of 'Marshal Plan' by America. The country, especially Seoul, the capital, were degraded, as the impact of the large-scale development in South Korea.Sung was not only a good listener, he was also a true witness. The habit of observing nature and witnessing natural beauty gave birth to his artistic potential, namely drawing and painting landscapes. Since his youth, Sung has been fond of painting, both on paper and on canvas. Some of his works are natural landscapes, the beautiful landscapes of his hometown, Mungyeong-si.BACKGROUND OF ACLAAsian countries have a long history and developed distinctive landscape cultures. However, Asian cultural landscape researches are still in infancy, especially when most of Asian landscapes have been studied based on Westerners’ point of view.We need to discuss these issues from Asian point of view in order to find our own identity, and plan & design our future world with these cultural landscapes.The Embryo of ACLAAlthough the word ‘Nujeongwon’ is not mentioned in the "Winding River Village, Poetics of a Korean Landscape", in the PhD dissertation book of Sung-Kyun Kim, the spirit of this book is ‘Nujeongwon’. It can be discovered after analyzing each chapter, especially chapter six, namely THE SIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPES.It was a very deep, comprehensive and continuous research since Sung-Kyun Kim was in his Master of Arts study, in University of Pennsylvania, USA 1984 ~ 1987.Actually, ‘Nujeongwon’ -- as the core of ACLA’s mission -- was firstly mentioned in an event organized by Chinese Society of Landscape Architecture. The event was an international conference with theme “The Universality and Regionality of Landscape Culture in East Asian Region". Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim submitted and spoke of his paper and presentation with title of Structure and Meaning of a Korean Nujeongwon”. The event was held in Tokyo, Japan in August 2006.In 2009, Sung-Kyun Kim had to undergo brain surgery because he had been working so hard for a very long time. For more than twenty years he only slept 3 to 4 hours a day.The idea of organizing the spirit of Asian cultural landscape arose in his consciousness while he was in suspended animation during his brain surgery until a few hours before he returned to the mundane realm. It happened in early August 2009*.When he recovered from a critical condition after the surgery, he again reflected on the identity of the Asian landscape, especially the Korean landscape.Logo - The overall ACLA logo expressed ACLA is a Asia-based platform that providing Asians a democratic roundtable for discussing about Asian Cultural Landscapes. - It is also a metaphysical exposition of the aims and objectives of this foundation: ‘A’ symbolises the beginning and returning (‘A’) through the cyclic notion of continuity ‘C’, and attached ‘L’ denotes the locomotive function of longevity. Legal Entity (Institution)

September 1 – 4 2009, IFLA APR Cultural Landscape Committee (IFLA APR CLC) held an event at Songdo Convensia, Incheon Metropolitan City, South Korea. The theme of the Congress is Green Culture in Cities. Tong Mahn Ahn led the congress, Sung Kyun Kim led the Student Charrette. The ACLA embryo had existed since then in Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim's upper womb, in his skull.

ACLA Fetal GrowthThere were some international events organized by Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim and team, before he declared the ACLA as an official organization. And, Chun Hyun-Jin was involved in them devotedly.From contemplation after contemplation, Sung-Kyun Kim came to the realization that we in Asia need to discuss about this problem from an Asian perspective to find our own identity, to plan and design our future world with our cultural landscape in Asia. And, along with this idea as well, he formulated the term of “Nujeongwon” in this way:Nujeongwon is “an exterior space, organized visually and conceptually as a whole, centered around Nujeong building.” I start with this new definition for the Korean landscape, because we cannot explain it in terms of the Western concept of a garden, such as, “the artificial and fenced area decorated for aesthetic and practical purposes.”In 2010 and 2011, Sung-Kyun Kim declaratively used the term "Nujeongwon" in three international scientific meetings, namely:At the IFLA APR Cultural Landscape Committee meeting, 14 ~ 17 December 2010, in Seoul, Korea, with the title of the paper and presentation: Sustainable Korean Landscape Garden, “Nujeongwon”. Resolved document in the Proceedings of the 2010 IFLA APR Cultural Landscape Committee International Symposium, on pages 18-23.As invited speaker in Tallin, Estonia at the Landscape Architecture Congress, 2~4 November 2011, Mind the Gap: Landscapes for a New Era, EFLA Regional Congress of Landscape Architecture, Sung-Kyun Kim presented “Sustainable Landscape and Aesthetics in Korean Traditional Landscape Parks , Nujeongwon.”Again, Sung-Kyun Kim at the IFLA APR Cultural Landscape Committee meeting, 5 ~ 8 December 2011, in Seoul, Korea, with the title of his paper and presentation: Sustainable Korean Traditional Landscape Garden, “Nujeongwon”. Resolved document in the Proceedings of the 2011 IFLA APR Cultural Landscape Committee International Symposium, on pages 31-40.

In 2012, Sung-Kyun Kim worked on a research project for the Korean ministry of environment, which was intended to form the basis for policy formulation for the Natural Park Master Plan. Sung-Kyun Kim focused his research with Nujeongwon's perspective.ACLA’S BIRTH AND THE INTERNATIONAL EVENTSStill in the same year, on December 3 2012, in Kuala Selangor, Malaysia, Sung-Kyun Kim as the founder accompanied by several members -- including Hyun-Jin Chun, the PhD student under his academic guidance -- officially declared the formation Asian Cultural Landscape Association, ACLA. The event was attended by participants of the third IFLA APR CLC symposium. The composition of the participants, 2 from Korea, 1 from Japan, 1 from Hong Kong, 1 from Indonesia, 1 from India, 1 from Thailand, 1 from Singapore and 13 from Malaysia. So, this symposium is also the 1st ACLA International Symposium.

Sung-Kyun Kim was also involved in the “Seoul City Planning for the Next Century” or also called “Seoul Planning Charter” which lasted from 2012 to 2015. Seoul prepared an Urban Planning Charter for the next 100 years as the basis for city planning administration, providing long-term direction and consistent.The process incorporates a 100 year sustainable urban planning philosophy, the Charter was finalized by 170 representatives of Seoul citizens. At the theme selection stage, there were 21 experts, 3 members of the Seoul Metropolitan Council, and 6 civil society people. Sung-Kyun Kim is one of the 21 experts. The entire process started from 16 August 2012 to 10 September 2015 (declaration and follow-up).

During the period mentioned above, Prof. Kim is often accompanied by his student, Hyun-Jin Chun, they become close friends in discussing matters related to environmental sustainability, quality of life, and Korean culture, as an important part of Asia as a whole.The 2nd ACLA International Symposium was held the following year, precisely on 12 ~ 14 October 2013 in Seoul, Korea with the theme "Meanings & Aesthetics in Asian Cultural Landscape" and Kim-Sung-Kyun presented "Meaning and Aesthetics of a Korean Traditional Landscape: Focusing on Hahoe Gyeomam-Okyeonjeong” (about Nujeongwon in Hahoe village), this was documented in the Proceedings of the 2013 ACLA International Symposium. October 12 ~ 14, 2013 in Seoul, Korea, on pages 39-46.

The 4th ACLA International Symposium was held in Bali, 11 ~ 13 September 2015 with the theme "Agricultural Landscapes of Asia: Learning, Preserving, and Redefining". The event was organized by Landscape Architecture Department, Udayana Unuiversity, namely Naniek Kohdrata.

In the same year, 2015 November, Sung-Kyun Kim had the opportunity to hold a Solo Design Exhibition at Yanbian University, China. Lafent reported the event as follows:Professor Kim Sung-Kyun held a solo exhibition in China
Design and photography personal exhibition
Lafent Reporter Jeon Ji-eun lArticle input2015-12-04
Sungkyun Kim, a professor at Seoul National University (Chairman of the Korean Society of Landscape Architecture), held an exhibition of 'Professor Sung-kyun Kim's Design and Photography' at Yanbian University Museum of Art, China from November 16th (Mon) to 20th (Fri).
In this exhibition, which was held at the invitation of Yanbian University, about 40 photographs of the works designed by Professor Kim, such as the Deoksugung Pedestrian Road, were exhibited.The event was attended by many people inside and outside the university, including the head of the International Relations Office of Yanbian University, the dean of the college of fine arts, the secretary of the college of fine arts, the vice-chairman of the city council, the director of the Yanji City Construction Bureau, and the director of the Design Institute.Meanwhile, Professor Kim was invited to the 'Invited Lecture by Foreign Scholars' and gave a special lecture on 'Pedestrian-centered Street Landscape Design' to public officials and students of Yanji City.

In 2016, there were several activities related to Sung-Kyun Kim's efforts to promote Nujeongwon, namely he launched the first edition of the book 'Winding River Village, Poetic of a Korean Landscape' published by ACLA Press, It was from his PhD dissertation, 1988. Followed by scientific articles, Kim, Sung-Kyun et al. 2016. A Study on the Contents and Distribution of Palgyeong in Gangneung Area. Korean Institute of Traditional Landscape Architecture. 34(2). pp. 16~26.The last international activity this year was the 5th ACLA International Symposium with the theme “Sacred Sites, Cultural Landscapes & Harmonizing the World of Asia” which was held in Lampang, Thailand, from 2 to 4 December. Sung-Kyun Kim, in his presentation gave an example of how to create a sacred landscape garden by applying the principles and values of pungsu and Nujeongwon, namely Bongyudongcheon which is located in his homeland. The event in Lampang, Thailand was the 5th ACLA International event.

From 22 to 24 July 2017, the 6th ACLA symposium was held in Vladivostok, Russia, with the theme "Urban Cultural Landscape and Urban Regeneration". It was the 6th ACLA International event. The Symposium was organized by Alessio Russo who worked as a professor in Landscape Architecture, Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) at that time.

In August 2017, Sung-Kyun Kim attended as a guest lecturer who carried out the ACLA mission in seven places in Indonesia, at 6 universities and 1 community forum. From 17 to 18 November 2017, Sung-Kyun Kim and the team held an ACLA-APELA workshop at SNU, Korea, with the theme "Cultural Landscape as National Identity: illustrating Asia" (part 1). In sequence, this workshop is the 7th (A) ACLA international event.

In 2018, while on vacation in Bali, Sung-Kyun Kim visited several traditional villages, and gave guest lectures at two universities, namely at Warmadewa University, with the title "Sustainable Village" and at STIBA Saraswati with the title "Poetics of a Korean Landscape". The theme also has a Nujeongwon, as the core mission of the ACLA.Towards the end of the year, 23 to 26 October to be precise, the seventh ACLA symposium was held in Ayodhya, India, with the theme “Pilgrimage Cities & Cultural Landscapes of Asia and prospects for Sustainable Tourism”. In sequence, this symposium is the 8th ACLA international event.

From 18 to 19 February 2019, Sung-Kyun Kim and the team held an ACLA-IFLA CLC workshop with the theme "Cultural Landscape as National Identity: illustrating Asia" (part 2), at Seoul National University, Korea, followed by visits to several places in his hometown, Mungyeong-si. Both of these days are the 7th (B) ACLA International Event.

Then, still in 2019, October 9-10 to be precise, he as the keynote speaker attended the ACLA Conference in Johor, Malaysia, with the theme "Perception and Aesthetics of Cultural Landscape in Asia", he explained again about Nujeongwon. In sequence, this conference is the 9th ACLA International event. At the moment, Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim and Assoc. Prof. Chun Hyun-Jin discussed about the next International ACLA event would be held in Nanjing, China in middle of 2020. But, due to the pandemic, the event was delayed for a year.

In the same year, on 17~19 October 2019, Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim attended the ACLA Symposium, with the theme “Interfacing Environment, Law, Sustainability & Cultural Landscapes of Asia”. It was organized by Sarvesh Amigo, Gorakhpur University, and was held in Gorakhpur, India. This Symposium as the 10th ACLA International event in sequence.

In mid-February to almost mid-March 2020, Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim is in Indonesia, namely in Jakarta, in North Sumatra, in South Sumatra, in West Java, namely in Bogor and Bandung. In Jakarta he gave a guest lecture at the DKI Jakarta Parks and City Forest Service. In North Sumatra, together with Anita, Lasmaria and Sumihar visited natural and cultural sites, traditional villages and two museums. In South Sumatra he gave a guest lecture at ITERA, and field trips. In West Java, he gave guest lectures at IPB and at ITB.In fact, all of the guest lecture materials that come from the results of research and design projects and even those that have already been implemented are closely related to Nujeongwon. Because Nujeongwon's philosophy and principles have become Sung-Kyun Kim's character.Prof. Kim stayed in Bali for 12 days, from 1 to 12 March 2020. On that occasion, he continued to write research on the historical relationship between the City of Ayodhya, India and the City of Gimhae, Korea. He also expressed his intention to continue research on Nujeongwons throughout Korea, and to make a kind of comprehensive book containing inventory documents of the whole Korean Cultural Landscape.Since returning to Korea, Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim visited Bongyudongcheon Nujeongwon four times.First, the day after returning from Bali, namely on March 14 2020, Sung-Kyun Kim stayed there for almost a week, then returned to Seoul, he continued self-isolation in his office at SNU.Second, Sung-Kyun Kim visited the Bonyudongcheon garden again on April 5. He returned to Seoul on the evening of April 7, because he has a lecture schedule for undergraduate students, namely "Landscape Plants" via Zoom from his office at SNU on Wednesday, April 8.Third, a visit to Bonyudongcheon park in the afternoon of May 10, and he returned to Seoul in the afternoon of May 12.Fourth, Sung-Kyun Kim visited his hometown again on the afternoon of May 23. Prof. Kim is the chairman of the “Mungyeong City Policy Advisory Group” and he has a scheduled meeting with the group on May 24th. After the meeting, Prof. Kim and his group conducted a field trip in the city. Sung-Kyun Kim stays for another two nights at Bongyudongcheon park. Prof. Kim left at dawn and arrived back in Seoul on the morning of May 27, one hour before starting lectures via Zoom from his office at SNU.There is an international online lecture on the afternoon of May 20, which was initiated by Assoc. Prof. Sonal Panday Tiwari, intended for Masters students at the School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal, India. Several ACLA members from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines also took part in this lecture via zoom. This is the last international lecture given by Prof. Sung Kyun Kim.

Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim still lectured SNU Landscape Architecture students every Wednesday morning via zoom. June 3rd is the exam schedule for that course onlinely via zoom. And the last face-to-face meeting will be on June 10th, 2020 for 30 minutes. He said, "the students want to see the professor."On June 11 2020, Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim checked his health at the university hospital because since June 6th he had experienced digestive system disorders. That very day, June 11, he had to go into the emergency room for digestive system support. On June 13, he was allowed to leave the hospital, but he chose to stay in his office at SNU that night.Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim left this mortal world, due to a disease of the digestive system called "ileus" that suddenly recurred. Sung-Kyun Kim "departed" from his house in Seoul (which has views of Nujeongwon Nam-san, Bukhan-san and Inwang-san), at 4 pm Seoul time, Friday 19 June 2020. He, the originator, main founder, and the main carrier of ACLA's mission in an organized manner for 11 years, returned to eternity.The next year, the 11th ACLA International event was held by Assoc. Prof. Chun Hyun-Jin. He continued the delayed ACLA international event that was planned before the pandemic. He played the role of the Chairman of Youth Committee, ACLA. The event was held in Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China, where he teaches as an Assoc. Professor in The Art College. The Event was named as The 2021 ACLA International Conference, with theme “Cultural Landscapes, Heritage Cities of Asia”. It was in June 11 -12, 2021.

Just like the previous one, the 12th ACLA International event was held also in Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The event was completely named as “2023 The First International Forum on Cultural Diversity Forum & The 12th International Symposium of the Asian Cultural Landscape Symposium”. It was held on 16 ~ 17 June 2023, in Nanjing, China. Assoc. Prof. Chun Hyun-Jin was the Organizing Secretary of the international event.

So, the overall sequence of ACLA International events can be summarized as presented in this tabulation:

THE NEW PRESIDENT OF ACLAAs the decision of the 12th / 2023 ACLA International Symposium Offline Meeting Committee, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chun Hyun-Jin Ph.D. (Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China) was recommended as the new President of Asian Cultural Landscape Association (ACLA), dated on the 1st of July 2023.And, after two days (from July 1st, 2023 to July 2nd, 2023) of publicity, the committee did not receive any objections to the above recommendation. Therefore, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chun Hyun-Jin, Ph.D officially serves as the President of ACLA, in the period of July 3rd, 2023 to June 30th, 2028.ACLA will continue to be dedicated to the research on Asian cultural landscapes with Asian point of view, and welcome researchers and scholars to jointly promote the development of the research on Asian cultural landscapes.

Leadership

President : Assoc. Prof. Chun Hyunjin, Ph.D.

EDUCATION

2018 - 2021 | Dept, of Urban Planning,
South East University, Nanjing, China.[Second Post Doctor]
2017 | Dept, of Landscape Design,
South East University, Nanjing, China.[Post Doctor]
2011 - 2015 | Dept, of Landscape Design, Graduate School, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.[Ph. D.]2009 - 2011 | Dept, of Landscape Design, Graduate School, Seoul National University, Seoul, Koreap [MLA]2002 - 2009 | Dept, of Civil Engineering, Konkuk University, Seoul, Korea.[B.S. Engineering]

MAIN CAREER

Current | Asian Cultural Landscape Association (ACLA) ,President2019-Current | Dept, of Design, School of Arts
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics[Associate Professor]
2017-2019 | Dept, of Product Design
Nanjing University of the Arts, China[Associate Professor]
2020 - 2020 | Dept, of Product Design, Purdue University, USA[Visiting Scholar]2019 - 2020 | Dept, of Landscape Design Chulalongkorn University, Thailand [Visiting Scholar]2019 - 2019 | Agricultural Life Science Research Center Seoul National University, Korea [Visiting Researcher]2015. 3 | School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Huazhong University of Science and Technology,[Visiting Assistant Professor]2015. 11 | The School of Arts and Communication China University of Geosciences, China [Visiting Assistant Professor]

Leadership

Prof. Sung-Kyun Kim,PH.D the founder of ACLA

(late) Prof. Dr. Sung-Kyun KIM, Ph.D. [1956~2020] Patron & Founding President – ACLA, Asian Cultural Landscape Association (2011-2017); President – APELA, Asia Pacific Environment Landscape Association; Ex-Delegate – IFLA, International Federation of Landscape Architects; Ex-President – KILA, Korean Institute of Landscape Architects; Professor, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences,Seoul National University,South Korea

He was graduated from Seoul National University in
Landscape Architecture.
He then continued his study in US, and graduated with master degrees from University of Pennsylvania, in Art, and in Landscape Architecture.He received PhD. in City and Regional Planning from the same university in US.He was a professor of Landscape Architecture at
Seoul National University since March 28th 1994.
He found the ACLA in 2009 and officially declared it on Dec 3rd, 2012 in Malaysia. Prof. Kim devoted his passion and energy in IFLA while serving both IFLA South Korean delegate and IFLA Cultural Landscape Committee Chair.

Leadership

Vice president : Ray March Syahadat,
SP, SLing, MSI, MM.

EDUCATION
UNIVERSITAS GADJAH MADA (UGM)
2020 - now
Student of Doctoral Program in Tourism Study
STIE BANK BPD JATENG (BANK BPD JATENG ECONOMIC COLLEGE)
2022 - 2023
Master of Management
UNIVERSITAS IVET (UNISVET)
2021 - 2023
Bachelor of Environment
INSTITUT PERTANIAN BOGOR (IPB UNIVERSITY)
2012 - 2014
Master of Science in Landscape Architecture
INSTITUT PERTANIAN BOGOR (IPB UNIVERSITY)
2008 - 2012
Bachelor of Agriculture in Mayor of Agronomy and Horticulture, Minor of Communication
Work EXPERIENCE
INSTITUT SAINS DAN TEKNOLOGI NASIONAL (ISTN)
2014 - now
Lecturer of Landscape Architecture Department
PROJECT EXPERIENCES
2023
Preparation of Planning Documents for Creating a Permaculture Garden
Landscape Expert
2022
Feasibility Study of Tomato Downstream Development, Tanah Datar Regency
Agricultural Expert
2022
Urban Tree Health Inspection
Landscape Expert
2022
Preparation of the Samas - Parangtritis Beach Strategic Spatial Unit Master Plan
Landscape Expert
2021
Feasibility Study of The Aua Sarumpun Development Area
Tourism Expert
2021
Preparation of Garden Design for the Department of Agriculture, Andalas University
Landscape Expert
2021Planning of Cibogo Agrotechno Park
Landscape Expert
2021
Planning of UGJ Business Center
Landscape Expert
2021
Planning of Cibogo Agrotourism
Landscape Expert
2020
Preparation of a Map of Investment Opportunities for Strategic Priority Projects Ready to be Offered in the Tourism Sector 2020, on Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Tourism Priority Area Employment Sector of Wakatobi
Urban and Regional Planning Expert
2020
Preparation of Settlement Infrastructure Development Plans (RPIP) Wakatobi
Planology Expert
2020
Pre-Feasibility Study of Utilization of the 4th Floor and 3rd Floor of the Padang Panjang Central Market
Landscape Expert
2019
Pre-Study of Investment Potential for Ecopark Development in Padang Panjang City
Landscape Expert
2015
Preparation of Basic Data for the Sekayamaritim Program and Development of Settlement Models in 10 Priority Locations
Surveyor
2015
Landscape Planning for Two Lane Road to Mahakam Ulu Regency Central Office Area
IT Expert Assistant/Landscape Engineering
2015
Preparation of a Landscape Master Plan for the Mahakam Ulu Regency Central Office Area
IT Expert Assistant

ACLA Members:

52 countries / regions , total members: 516

The Asia Region is divided into six spatial and cultural realms, covering


52 countries / regions:

1. Northern Asia - 1 (Siberia (Russian Fed.).2. Central Asia – 5 (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan);3. Eastern Asia – 8 (China People’s Rep., Hong Kong- China, Japan, Korea S. Rep., Korea North DPR, Macao- China, Mongolia, Taiwan-China);4. Western Asia – 18 (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Cyprus, Georgia, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestinian territories, Qatar, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Syria, UAE, Yemon);5. Southern Asia – 09 (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Islamic Rep. Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka); and6. Southeast Asia – 11 (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam).


Representative Committee

1. Founding President , Prof.Sung-Kyun Kim (South Korea)2.President , Assoc. Prof.Chun Hyun-Jin (South Korea)
email: tough4324@naver.com
3.Vice President , Mr.Ray March Syahadat (Indonesia)
email: syahadatraymarch@gmail.com
4. Korea representative , Mr.Kwag Min-Ju
email: gkmj8510@naver.com
5.Korea Youth Committee Director , Mr.Park Tae-Yang
email: wehjk12@naver.com
6.India Representative , Dr.Sonal Pandey Tiwari
email: sonal@spabhopal.ac.in
7.India Youth Committee Director Mr.Vigneswaran
email: vicky.sparch@gmail.com
8.Malaysia Representative , Dr.Teoh Mei-Yee
email: meiyee.teoh@utm.my
9.Taiwan - China Representative Prof.Monica C. Kuo
email:monica.kuo.1216@gmail.com
10. Thailand Representative , Prof.Suparp Tajai
email: baifernmana@gmail.com
11.Thailand Youth Committee Director , Dr.Prudsamon Kammasorn
email: Prudsamon.k@bu.ac.th
12. Philippines Representative , L.Archt Norman June Brito
president@palaonline.org
13.Philippines Youth Committee Director , L.Archt Hannah Cruz Go
email: chccruz@gmail.com
14. Indonesia Representative Ms.Hanni Adriani
email: hanni.adriani@iptrisakti.ac.id
15.Indonesia Youth Committee Director Ms.Desy Fatmala Makhmud
email: hanni.adriani@iptrisakti.ac.id
16. China Representative , Assoc. Prof.Chen Gang
email: 20120027@gxau.edu.cn
17.China Youth Committee Director , Mr.Xiaonan Zhan
email: 2903548972a@gmail.com
18.Vietnam Representative Mr.Thanh Quyen Huynh
email: htquyen@foxmail.com
19. Sri Lanka Representative , L.Arch Sanka Wimaladharma.
email: sankauw@gmail.com
20.Sri Lanka Youth Committee Director , Ms.Hemangi Wimaladharma
email: hemangirw@gmail.com
21.Bhutan Representative , Mr.Thinley Jamtsho Tshering
email: tjamtshot@gmail.com
22.Hongkong - China Representative , Dr.Yin-Lun Chan
email: yljchan@connect.hku.hk
23.Iran Representative , Asst. Prof.Amin Mahan
email:mahan_landscape@yahoo.com
24.Iran youth Committee Director Ms.Reihaneh khorramrouei
email: r.khoramrouei@ut.ac.ir
25.Mongolia Representative , Mr.Ganzorig Budbazar
email: ganzaak1@snu.ac.kr


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