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KCI등재 학술저널

근대 상하이 차관(茶館)의 공간구조에 관한 고찰

After opening harbors in 1843, Shanghai reached a historically important turning point . Shanghai’s history over the last century became an arena of competition marred by foreign powers’ plundering. Also, the fast development of a westernized city and material civilization changed not only politics and economy but also the existing hierarchial traditional lifestyle. Modern day Shanghai tea houses were unlike the word ‘traditional’ ;they were very modern and vibrant. Shanghai teahouses were a place with various functions difficult to see today and displayed uniqueness of China. Modern day Shanghai tea houses were formed in downtowns of foreign concession places where a city’s commercial supremacy was concentrated like nowaday’s HuangPu-Gu, JingAn-Gu and LuWan-Gu, or commercial areas where traffic was convenient. In addition, tea houses were also set in gardens with great scenery and streets with densely populated areas Because of this, tea houses can mean the most frequented place by Chinese people. In other words the expansion of living and personal places as the largest public places. Especially, Shanghai tea houses are a unique economical situation made from Chinese social advancement and a place of cultural exchange made by people’s various demands.

Ⅰ. 들어가기

Ⅱ. 근대 상하이 차관의 공간 형성

Ⅲ. 근대 상하이 차관의 공간 구조

Ⅳ. 마무리

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