Heritage Architecture (quarterly) is the first comprehensive and professional journal covering all aspects of the research, conservation, and regeneration of historic built artefacts and the built environment in China. With an Editorial Team based in Tongji University, HA is administrated by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and sponsored by the China Science Publishing and Media Group Ltd. and Tongji University. Professor Chang Qing, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, is the Editor-in-chief of the Journal. HA integrates heritage architecture conservation in a broad scope of academic exploration, model project analysis, and artistic appreciation. By adopting a dialectical approach to history and from a ‘glocal’ perspective, it aims to create a cross-cultural and multidisciplinary platform for academic communication all over the world, and to provide a wide view of the frontiers of theory and practice on the field to the scholars at home and abroad. The purpose of the Journal is to improve the overall professional level of architectural conservation, enhance the public awareness of architectural heritage conservation, promote sustainable urban and rural development in China, and achieve an integrated usage of the cultural resources.