Ancient Chinese Houses?

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When it comes down to ancient Chinese houses, they certainly were unique with their mud brick and thatch homes for the poor. The more well to do Chinese would get much, much larger houses that had a courtyard and privacy walls. Even though ancient Chinese houses were made of mud brick, they were strong and supportive enough to put up a second floor on these structures. It was only the more financially secure that had the second stories and other interesting upgrades.
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