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  • no longer to dying.

    不再到死。

  • You're saying Okay, So you all Maybe.

    你說好,所以你們都可能。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Hong Kong.

    香港:

  • A jungle of steel and concrete.

    一片鋼筋水泥的叢林。

  • Here, over 9000 skyscrapers are crammed together, and it's considered one of the most densely populated areas in the world.

    在這裡,9000多座摩天大樓擠在一起,這裡被認為是世界上人口最密集的地區之一。

  • But look closely and you'll see an organic material that weaves itself through the cracks up the walls, completely engulfing entire structures.

    但仔細觀察,你會發現一種有機物從牆壁的裂縫中穿梭而來,完全吞噬了整個結構。

  • This is bamboo, and Hong Kong is one of the last places in the world where bamboo is still widely used as a building material.

    這就是竹子,而香港是世界上最後一個仍廣泛使用竹子作為建築材料的地方之一。

  • And these guys, well, they've built this whole thing from the ground up.

    而這些傢伙,好吧,他們已經建立了這整個事情從頭開始。

  • Uh, my life.

    呃,我的生活。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • While most scaffolding around the world is made with aluminum or steel, Hong Kong is one of the last places where bamboo is still widely used.

    雖然世界各地的腳手架大多是用鋁或鋼製作的,但香港是最後一個仍廣泛使用竹子的地方。

  • Western the buildings, maybe the scaffolding is decidedly eastern.

    西方的建築,也許腳手架是決定性的東方。

  • It's bamboo, only a fraction The price of steel all grown locally and to be had practically for the asking.

    這是竹子,只有一小部分 鋼材的價格都是在當地種植的,而且幾乎是有價無市。

  • It has been a common construction material for centuries in China, but due to safety concerns, the art of bamboo building is mostly gone even in mainland China.

    竹子是中國幾百年來常見的建築材料,但由於安全問題,即使在中國大陸,竹子建築藝術也大多消失了。

  • But it remains a valuable yet threatened industry in Hong Kong, where scaffolding structures consort up to 60 stories high.

    但在香港,這仍然是一個有價值但又受到威脅的行業,那裡的腳手架結構可高達60層。

  • We'll go.

    我們走吧

  • I hate hydrophones ago.

    我討厭水聽器前。

  • Uh, you tithe young.

    呃,你年輕的時候就開始奉獻了。

  • Like Why?

    喜歡為什麼?

  • Happy knowledge.

    快樂的知識。

  • Uh, ego.

    呃,自我。

  • I would take a you gotta go out on me.

    我將採取一個你得出去對我。

  • Subject.

    主題:

  • Go like Ugo as I would learn that need for precision is partially why bamboo scaffolding has largely disappeared outside of Hong Kong.

    像Ugo一樣去,因為我會了解到,對精確性的需求是竹棚架在香港以外地區基本消失的部分原因。

  • Unlike steel, which can be cut into precise pieces, bamboo is a plant and is much more fickle.

    竹子不像鋼鐵可以切割成精確的碎片,竹子是一種植物,更加變幻莫測。

  • Not all pieces are consistent in quality and they have to be manually tied together, which requires a lot of skill.

    並不是所有的作品品質都是一致的,必須要人工綁在一起,這需要很多的技巧。

  • Uh, learning a good a government that will be on like him.

    呃,學習一個好的政府,會像他一樣上。

  • But bamboo has its benefits as well.

    但竹子也有它的好處。

  • First, it's a sustainable material.

    首先,它是一種可持續發展的材料。

  • It is the fastest growing plant on earth.

    它是地球上生長最快的植物。

  • It can grow up to 3 ft a day.

    它一天可以長到3英尺。

  • And because it reproduces through rhizomes, which are underground routes, it can self multiply e, which means that a grove of bamboo can technically grow and grow for up to 100 years.

    而且由於它是通過根狀莖(即地下路線)進行繁殖,所以它可以自我繁殖e,也就是說,一片竹林在技術上可以生長,而且可以生長100年。

  • Second compared to steal, bamboo is a much lighter material.

    其次與偷盜相比,竹子的材質更輕。

  • It's six times faster to put up and 12 times faster to take down.

    放上去快6倍,拿下來快12倍。

  • It's also cheaper.

    也比較便宜。

  • And if properly installed bamboo is stronger than steel and far more flexible.

    而且如果安裝得當,竹子的強度比鋼材要高,靈活性也要好得多。

  • A.

    A.

  • Please help me.

    請幫幫我

  • Don't worry, tiny sample.

    別擔心,小樣。

  • It's very strong.

    它非常強大。

  • It is the ideal material for temporary structures, and in Hong Kong it is also used to build seasonal opera theaters, which pop up every spring.

    在香港,它也被用來建造季節性的歌劇院,每年春天都會出現。

  • But unlike scaffolding, which can be found everywhere all year round, thes theaters are limited to small villages in Hong Kong, where there is more space.

    但是,與常年隨處可見的腳手架不同,戲院僅限於香港的小村莊,因為那裡的空間更大。

  • Way went to Cheung Chau, an island in Hong Kong, and met one of the last remaining bamboo theater artisans, he says.

    他說,Way去了香港的一個小島--長洲,見到了最後剩下的一位竹劇藝人。

  • Compared to scaffolding, theaters are much more difficult to build.

    與腳手架相比,影院的建設難度更大。

  • You don't have them or Chan's family has been building with bamboo for generations, although I have to say something.

    你沒有,或者說陳家世世代代都在用竹子建造,雖然我不得不說些什麼。

  • Calculations for the theaters are done on the spot.

    影院的計算是當場完成的。

  • So what are the main components of a bamboo theater?

    那麼,竹筒戲的主要內容有哪些呢?

  • Thes wooden beams, which are made from fir trees, provide the main support for the theater.

    這些木樑由杉樹製成,為劇院提供了主要支撐。

  • Bamboo makes up the majority of the structure.

    竹子佔了結構的大部分。

  • There are two main types of bamboo that are used.

    竹子的使用主要有兩種。

  • Hi thes air, also the same type of bamboo used in scaffolding thing.

    嗨的空氣,也是同類型的竹子用在腳手架事情。

  • Although it's easy to learn, it takes years of practice to master.

    雖然簡單易學,但需要多年的實踐才能掌握。

  • Last.

    最後一個

  • Uh, nothing holds cute.

    呃,沒有什麼是可愛的。

  • You I'm not gonna judo.

    你我不會柔道。

  • I'm like jungle sounds that all right, come down to my bomb along.

    我喜歡叢林的聲音,所有的權利,下來到我的炸彈一起。

  • Okay, so that Juncker committee, how you juggle woman at that time?

    好吧,那麼那個容克委員會,你當時是怎麼耍女人的?

  • But that was like that guy Have a clear the sword.

    但這就像那個傢伙有一個明確的劍。

  • You need a Mila.

    你需要一個米拉。

  • I mean, because I don't know what a jungle.

    我的意思是,因為我不知道什麼是叢林。

  • How is that I'm doing on the South?

    我在南方的情況怎麼樣?

  • Tired of Chicago?

    厭倦了芝加哥?

  • I don't think I like that.

    我覺得我不喜歡這樣。

  • We owe, uh, the whole I'm gonna talk, but what's tied together will eventually be taken down.

    我們欠,呃,整個我要談,但綁在一起的東西最終會被拿下來。

  • When the opera season is over, the theater is dismantled and the parts are recycled.

    戲曲演出季結束後,劇場會被拆除,零件會被回收。

  • Bamboo theaters are temporary installations and an art form that is fading E a Xinjiang is going mobile.

    竹劇是臨時性的裝置,也是一種漸漸消失的藝術形式,E a新疆正在走向流動。

  • Uh huh.

    嗯哼。

  • Or they see.

    或者他們看到。

  • Oh, come back.

    哦,回來吧。

  • You don't want for Chan.

    你不想為陳。

  • His way of preserving tradition is to pass it on to his sons for okay, that e e.

    他保存傳統的方式是傳給兒子們好,那e。

  • So, uh, you subside e one month.

    所以,呃,你消退一個月。

  • Ah, I'm going down.

    啊,我要下去了。

no longer to dying.

不再到死。

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為什麼香港還在用竹子建樓? (Why Hong Kong Still Uses Bamboo to Build Buildings)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 10 月 24 日
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