Compare this is like comparing the home I own in Australia, China, Hong Kong and US.
My home in Australia is in a 300 square meters block (roughly 2700 sq ft), purchased for 750,000 AUD (roughly 3 million Yuan) single story, open backyard. It is comfy living in Australia, not the rich people level. (The rich live up north, near Eastwood, North Sydney, Neutral Bay)
My Family Home in China is in the village DongKeng (东坑) in Dongguan Province (东莞市), it's on a 5000 sq ft Block, 3 stories with large drive-in parking, built in 1988 for around 200,000 RMB now worth upward to 6 million Yuan.
My Family Home in Hong Kong is in Tuen Mun, roughly 700 square ft with roof access. Cost roughly 1 million HKD to build back in 1999 and now worth somewhere around 7 million Hong Kong Dollars.
My Home in the US is a 1700 sq. ft condo in downtown Philly. 5th stories building on the 3rd floor. Built in the 1960 and run down like shit, brought it for 200,000USD in 2008 and it probably worth around the same now.
So, which house is the best to live in?
Don't pretend, don't repeat the name of a village in Dongguan.
I have confirmed that you are not Chinese. You don't even understand Chinese. You have a friend or one of your team is from Dongguan, but you are not.
By the way, China does not calculate the area of a house in feet. Unlike India, China is not a British colony.