Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles This is Mulan's home. Well, according to Disney, at least when the teaser for Disney's latest Mulan, came out last year, people notice the's mysterious round structures way were intrigued to and after some googling way found out that they're too low. Which are these massive earthen fortresses built more than 600 years ago. And sorry, Disney Mulan probably didn't live in one. No. Wow. Yeah, there are over 3700 too low in China, and most of them are in Fujian Province. Way wanted to know who built them, and do people still live there. So we paid a visit to Young Thing, an area in Fujian famous for too low to see it for ourselves. And we found this grandpa. Okay, Yeah. War Xinjiang. Get Jang 19 was passed a doula. What? She will do anything to the contrary. The haka people are minority group in China. In Chinese, their name means guest people because they were always moving around. Historically, Hakka people never stayed in one place for too long because of constant persecution. The two low in yanking were built by Hakka people escaping invasions by the churches and later the Mongols in the northern part of China during the 11th century. Hey, Lucia, he How about the c p A. We hold a photo. Thanks for pushing Now Page three being Bill Sola. I saw you. You, you, you think you put a lot? They incorporated defensive elements into their new homes. The Tullow was designed to make it easy to look out for intruders on this too low and young thing has been called the king of too low because of its size and complexity. With a diameter of 240 ft at its widest point and a height of more than 50 ft, it's about two thirds the size of the soccer field. The story goes that Grandpa Chang's great great great great great in short, 11th great grandfather Jiangxi Changhe built it more than 300 years ago. At 1.80 families comprising 600 people lived here. It was a compact, self sufficient community, so here's how it's built before construction begins. Ah Fung Shui master is invited to select an ideal location for luck once they've decided where the main entrance will be. A circle has drawn around the center with a rope. The foot of the wall is made with stones. Small holes are covered with cobbles to prevent water from seeping in. Finally, the wall is made by ramming soil into wooden molds. The tool can grow depending on the needs of the families. Do team T. Rowe that white being kind of polo? Do you mean how you're struggling here? The outer layer acts as a first line of defense. The wall is tall and thick and practically impossible to dig through. Yeah, you go to pinpointing, although the town San Lu Solo Woman Sweet Everyone gets an identical room regardless of age or standing in the family. Each ring layer includes a 6 ft corridor. The second ring has two floors with 40 rooms on each floor. The third ring has a single floor with 32 rooms. The final innermost layer includes the ancestral hall, where important festivals and ceremonies air held. There are also restaurants, shops and even a school. It has everything that Grandpa Young needs, so he rarely leaves the too low. No, no. What about you later? Oh, what about food? So I was on a city in your party, right? I know what the answer that way. Soon they get about that it would tip so the capital one month we have 28. We let the conquering both er sit in your funding. Uh, what's up with a lot of time? What are you going? What? The ancient Writing down what should be a door change. The Peterson Institute. Ola, are you really interesting? What I tell me? A total. She ain't that to put those type of shit Good, you chicken jotting a show horse. The two law are unique part of Hakka culture and a protected UNESCO World Heritage site. But even though Disney's Mulan trailer shows her family living in one, that likely didn't happen. Wow! Hi, Hello. Hey, Alice, are you This is Alice majorly. She's an illustrator and writer. After the trailer from Mulan came out last June, Alice noticed some inconsistencies and wrote a piece about the films. Inaccurate use of Chinese elements. It's like just one more thing in a long history in like America, where Westerners have felt like they could tell Asian stories better than actual Asian people on, they could just pick and choose things that they think are cool from their culture. and not even respected enough to understand it. Disney's Mulan is based on a Chinese epic poem called The Ballad of Mulan. That story took place in the fifth century, around 700 years before the first Hello was even built. It's like if you tried to dio a Robin Hood movie like set 700 years later, so the original was like in 1300 so would be set like today, and instead of being in England, it would be in Spain. So just the fact that they chose to set it in the to low at the time, it would change Mulan's race, her country and like her era. One thing that happens in cultural appropriation is that, you know, people just pick things up because they look cool and they don't care about the history behind it. So that's what I'm thinking. My It's very likely that happened. So even though the Tullow probably doesn't belong in the Moulin movie, it has a rich history in its own right and tells the story of a resilient minority surviving together as one big family.