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Most of the earliest immigrants in Hainan migrated from southern Fujian, and the early dwellings reflect the deep southern Fujian style. Subsequently, a large number of Hainan people went to the South to earn a living, brought back the South Asian culture, Hainan dwellings and then into the Southeast Asian style, not only influenced the traditional form of dwellings, and multiple architectural elements blend is the biggest feature of Hainan dwellings.
Boat-dwelling fishermen's row houses
The "fishing row" is one of the typical styles of Hainan boat-dwelling, which is built by the boat-dwelling family on the basis of the continuation of the functions of the traditional water-dwelling boat house and waterfront hanging house (also called "boat-dwelling shed"), combined with the production and living needs of the new era, and is also a residential style built by the modern boat-dwelling family for the purpose of adapting to water breeding and integrating breeding, fishing and living.
Volcanic stone dwelling
Most of the traditional houses in Volcanic Rock were built in the Ming and Qing dynasties, with a strong historical background. The layout of traditional houses in Volcanic Rock follows the characteristics of bamboo houses, i.e. short width, long depth, long lane between two households, and many rows side by side to form a village.
Southern Style Residence
The basic types of this style of dwellings are all based on the basic types of traditional Qiongbei dwellings, with only some changes in appearance decoration, certain space arrangement, components and scale, forming a new form of traditional dwellings of Nanyang style with Qiongbei characteristics.
The Southern Style Riding House is a commercial and residential building. The so-called "Rooftop" describes the part of the building along the street that rises above the second floor to the street and is supported by columns to form an internal sidewalk. The facade form of the building rides across the sidewalk, thus the name "Riding House".
Hakka House Dwelling
The ill-fated but enterprising spirit of the Hakka people came to Hainan Island and lived here, forming the local Hakka culture, and Danzhou Hakka House is a vivid embodiment of these cultures in the physical space.
Li Boat House Dwelling
Boat-shaped house, a traditional residence rich in Li characteristics, is also the oldest home ownership of the Li people. The boat-shaped house can also be called "boat-shaped thatched house", named because it looks like an upside-down boat.
The Li people call it "Bulong Dinh Kham" or "Bulong Bon Rang", which means "bamboo-framed house".