The front courtyard of a living quarter with verandahs linking between the buildings (from Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/cMmsbCQJUst

The front courtyard of a living quarter with verandahs linking between the buildings (from Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/cMmsbCQJUst

A parlour in a traditional Chinese residential garden, which could be used as a venue for casual sitting or formal banquet. (from Chinese TV drama Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/6dyZrT8dupx

A parlour in a traditional Chinese residential garden, which could be used as.

How the stone fence of a garden pond can be conveniently used ...  (A scene from Chinese TV drama Nirvana In Fire)

How the stone fence of a garden pond can be conveniently used . (A scene from Chinese TV drama Nirvana In Fire)

The sitting area in an open plan traditional Chinese residence (from Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/ZcBXdQDjFuC

The sitting area in an open plan traditional Chinese residence (from Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/ZcBXdQDjFuC

An example of how a veranda links with the house and the two become the integral part of the architecture  (A scene from Chinese TV drama Nirvana In Fire)

An example of how a veranda links with the house and the two become the integral part of the architecture (A scene from Chinese TV drama Nirvana In Fire)

Ancient Chinese scholars burning their midnight oil (from Chinese tv drama Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/FAvJggXKv18

The city gate of ancient Chinese capital Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, in

A rundown traditional Chinese garden residence - the one in the front should be a family opera stage (from Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/BdywFJVBHyA

A rundown traditional Chinese garden residence - the one in the front should be a family opera stage (from Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/BdywFJVBHyA

Nirvana in Fire (15) - a guest house completed with a veranda and a private garden https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/UGPEhimUbhh

Nirvana in Fire (15) - a guest house completed with a veranda and a private garden https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/UGPEhimUbhh

A typical ancient Chinese bachelor scholar's bedroom in an open plan residence --- separated from his studio and the rest of the areas by soft furnishing. (from Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/9LxoYFKFRSV

A typical ancient Chinese bachelor scholar's bedroom in an open plan residence --- separated from his studio and the rest of the areas by soft furnishing. (from Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/9LxoYFKFRSV

Classic Chinese interior decor with calligraphy scrolls (from Chinese tv drama Nirvana in Fire) https://plus.google.com/+Simplifyyourlifepluschina/posts/JC29XvAdiTP

Nirvana in Fire 琅琊榜 - Episode 23 (Recap) ~ The Problematic of the Unproblematic

This simple and elegant timber lattice-style partitions and windows were most commonly used in China for thousands of years until the end of Ming Dynasty 400 years ago. The entrance area of the private residence of Mei Changsu, a freelance political consultant and the president of a non-government organisation -- a scene from Chinese TV drama Nirvana in Fire

This simple and elegant timber lattice-style partitions and windows were most commonly used in China for thousands of years until the end of Ming Dynasty 400 years ago. The entrance area of the private residence of Mei Changsu, a freelance political consultant and the president of a non-government organisation -- a scene from Chinese TV drama Nirvana in Fire

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