Public spaces are often seen as inclusive, democratic places where all belong. They can also be places where different values, needs, and priorities in a community are put next to each other. This video explores why public spaces are important in Chinatown, and how welcoming places can be created for people to come together, while also honouring the culture and heritage of a neighbourhood. Carmut Me, Wilco van Bemmel, and June Chow speak about placemaking initiatives in Chinatown, and share more about their aspirations for future public space efforts in the neighbourhood.
Video Edited by Angela Ho
公共空間經常被視為每個人都可以找到歸宿感、具有包容性和民主意識的地方。它們也可以是一個社區裡各種各樣的價值觀、需求、和優先事項並排的地方。這個視頻探索為何公共空間在唐人街裡如此重要，與怎樣在尊重一個街區的文化和遺產的同時，創造一個讓人們能聚集在一起的、溫馨的場所。米家宓, Wilco van Bemmel, 和 周慕慈 談論唐人街的場所營造倡議，並更多地分享他們對未來社區的公共空間工作的志向。
視頻編輯: Angela Ho