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  • China Travel: Architecture of China - An illustrated introduction to the terminology, plan-form, and motifs of ancient Chinese architecture.
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  • China's Rural Architecture - Photographs by Olivier Laude and brief texts by Ronald G. Knapp. Up to ten photographs per province.
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  • Chinavista: Chinese Pavilions - Illustrated introduction to pavilions based on material supplied by Du Feibao.
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  • Chinavista: Siheyuan - Illustrated introduction to the quadrangle form, based on material supplied by Du Feibao.
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  • Chinese Civilization: Homes - Washington University presents an illustrated introduction to Chinese architecture from the Ming dynasty onwards. Includes construction methods, materials, layout, orientation, and interiors.
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  • Clan Homes in Fujian - Jens Aaberg-Jorgensen's illustrated article on these remarkable traditional dwellings in China, originally published in Danish in Arkitekten no. 28, November 2000, translated and updated in the online edition.
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  • Sustainable Urban Housing in China - A study by the MIT Building Technology Group exploring the design, technology, and implementation of environmentally responsive urban housing in China.
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  • Yin Yu Tang, A Chinese Home - Interactive tour of a house that belonged to a merchant from the late Qing dynasty and was originally located in southeastern China. From the Peabody Essex Museum. [Requires Flash]
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