Peking house in the Philippines builds a house for $9m
Peking houses are being built across the country as a result of a drought that has forced the authorities to build a new kind of home.
According to reports, a Peking House was built in Tarlac, a city in the northern Philippines.
The city has been hit by a severe drought since late last year, and authorities were trying to address the situation by building a new type of home, but they found that they couldn’t.
The building of a Peeking House in the city of Tarlacs was part of the local government’s plan to build houses for the poor.
The Tarlan-based city government had previously built more than 40 Peeking Houses in the past, but this was the first Peeking house in Manila, which has been facing severe drought.
The new building is located in a community called The Tarlancar, and it will accommodate between 300 and 400 people, said a Tarlans mayor, Carlos de Lara.
The mayor said the new building will be built as a shelter for the homeless and families who don’t have space to house their own families.
The city government said it will build four more Peeking houses and two other buildings.
The Toulac city government has been struggling to make ends meet amid the drought and building more homes has been a priority, said De Lara.
In the meantime, the mayor said he hopes the new buildings will be a model for other cities to follow.
“I think it’s a model of how we can build more houses,” he said.
“There are many cities in the country that have not done so.
This is one of the ways we can get them.”