Building Houses In China » Our Customer Mr. Jia cutting the Ribbon, Tate Miller (my business partner) and representative from the US Embassy. Ironically, “jia” in Mandarin means “house” (when pronounced correctly)

Our Customer Mr. Jia cutting the Ribbon, Tate Miller (my business partner) and representative from the US Embassy. Ironically, “jia” in Mandarin means “house” (when pronounced correctly)

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Our Customer Mr. Jia cutting the Ribbon, Tate Miller (my business partner) and representative from the US Embassy. Ironically, “jia” in Mandarin means “house” (when pronounced correctly)


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