Fujian, formerly romanised as Fukien or Foukien, is a province on the southeast coast of China.
Fujian Tulou is a type of Chinese rural dwellings of the Hakka and others in the mountainous areas in southeastern Fujian. They were mostly built between the 12th and the 20th centuries.
Gaobei Tulou cluster at Gaotou village of Yongding County is World Heritage Site
Chengqi Lou / This is one of the largest of the tulous and was constructed in 1709
Chengqi Lou / There are more than 400 rooms. More than 300 people still live here.
Shize Lou / A Rectangular tulou
Wuyun Lou / This rectangular tulou was constructed between 1567 and 1572.
An allery in the village
A view of Tulou Cluster from a new building
Dinner at Hakka's home
Chenge colour frog