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LI Huan

リ カン | LI Huan
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (1): Town planning/Architectural planning
Research keywords  (4): Human Environment ,  Landscape ,  Housing ,  City Planning
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Study on Hillside Town in Nagasaki
  • Study on the Chinese style architectures in Nagasaki
  • Study on the theory of East Asian city planning
MISC (14):
  • The Idea of Feng-Shui -A case Study on Living environmentalplanning. Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering. 1994. 465. 115
  • Study on the meaning of water place. Architectural Journal. 1996. 6. 22
  • LI Huan. A Study on the Meaning of "Environment". Bulletin of Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science. 2001. 42. 1-2. 223-228
  • LI Huan. A Report on a Survey at Mayi Island in Jinzhou Area, Dalian, China - A Study on Human Settlements in Islands. Bulletin of Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science. 2002. 43. 1. 75-80
  • LI Huan. A Study on "Chinese Landscape Windows" which Blend with the Surroundings. Bulletin of Nagasaki Istitute of Applied Science. 43. 2. 357-362
Books (4):
  • A Guide to Human Environmental Study
    Maruzen 2002 ISBN:4-621-07097-5
  • A Theoy on Housing and Well-being
    China Architecture & Building Press 2005 ISBN:7-112-07213-1
  • Finding the thought of Well-being Housing through Chinese Ideograghs
    TOSHINDO Publishing co.,LTD 2006 ISBN:4-88713-660-9
  • The Theoretical Structure on well-being Housing
    TOSHINDO Publishing co.,LTD 2007 ISBN:978-4-88713-774-5
Education (1):
  • - 1995 Kobe University Graduate School, Division of National Science and Technology
Professional career (2):
  • (BLANK) (Kobe University)
  • (BLANK) (Kobe University)
Work history (2):
  • 1995 - 1998 Huaqiao University, Associat Professor
  • 2001 - 現在 Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science associate professor
Association Membership(s) (3):
Architectural Institute of Japan ,  The Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology ,  Academy of Housing for Life and Well-being, Japan
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