In Lou Qingxi's book " Chinese Gardens, " translated by Zhang Lei & Yu Hong and published as one of the Cultural China Series, by China Intercontinental Press;
On page 148 ( and I quote ) it says.....
" The development of human being's civilization is based on mutual understanding, tolerance and respect. Famous gardens, being plundered and razed are not only the disasters of the civilization, but also the shame of human beings. To protect gardens and cultural relics are human being's collective responsibility."
Trees in Pots Limited - established initial contact with the CHP, back in early 2007 and discussed at that time - the hope that they would include Classical Chinese Gardens within the scope of " cultural heritage assets," and the CHP shared such a view.
The following Wild China Blog Interview LINKAGE, with Chinese Cultural Heritage Preservationist;