Built or Owned by Chinese
Built or Owned by Chinese outside China
|Ancient Nara||Nara's Toshodaiji is founded by Ganjin (Jianzhen), a chinese monk who introduced Buddhism in Japan|
|Funerary and memory sites of the First World War||SE10 Commonwealth Military Cemetery “Noyelles-sur-Mer Chinese Cemetery” and Chinese memorial “Noyelles-sur-Mer Chinese Memorial|
|Hoi An||Contains variuos Chinese built/owned structure including several Chinese Assembly Halls named after the home region of their members where Chinese expatriate residents socialized and held meetings Eg Fujian, Chaozhao and Cantonese|
|Melaka and George Town||There are Chinese temples in both Melaka and Georgetown|
|Samarkand||Bibi-Khanym Mausoleum, Samarkand built by Chinese wife of Timur, Bibi|
|Singapore Botanic Gardens||Hoo Ah Kay, original land owner, played a key role in the development of the Gardens in 1859|
|Thang Long||"It was constructed on the remains of a Chinese fortress dating from the 7th century,.." (unesco)|
|Vigan||Many of the structures in the Mestizo District along Calle Crisologo are "ancestral houses" built by rich Chinese traders ("Taipans"). The families later became creolised and took Spanish names|
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