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Bamboo Scaffolding 搭棚

已有 462 次閱讀2015-4-15 15:13 |個人分類:Southern 南區|系統分類:Travel @ HK

Bamboo scaffolding means to bind poles and boards that are built into a structure for workmen to stand on when they are working next to a high wall on the outside of a building or for an art performance on the ground floor.



Bamboo scaffolding was first introduced into the building industry in Hong Kong immediately after colonization in the 1800s. It was widely used in the building of houses and multi-story buildings (up to four stories high) prior to the development of metal scaffolding. It was also useful for short-term construction projects, such as framework for temporary sheds for Cantonese Opera performances.







Chinese opera theatres

Chinese Opera is one of the world's "Intangible Cultural Heritages". One of bamboo scaffolding's main alternative uses is in drama theatres. The flexibility and convenience of this type of scaffolding suits stages set up for temporary use and also separates the audience from the performers.

Respecting and promoting the traditional cultures of Chinese Opera, a huge event called the West Kowloon Bamboo Theatre has been held at the West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade annually since 2012.


The event is to celebrate Hung Shing Festival (洪聖寶誕) in Apleichau (鴨脷洲) in April 2015.


Since the stage is for temporary purpose, tin foils are used on the top and sides.


Islet Relics /2015


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