Located in the southeastern region of Guizhou province, the “He Cang” (Barn) building is a type of granary used by the Dong ethnic minority to store grain. It is considered a simplified version of the traditional Dong ethnic architecture. This study aims to provide a comprehensive documentation and organization of the entire process of dismantling, relocating, and reconstructing one of the He Cang buildings to a new site. The research includes a detailed analysis of the architectural elements and construction techniques of the He Cang building, as well as the challenges and strategies involved in the relocation and reconstruction process. The findings of this study will contribute to a better understanding of the Dong ethnic architecture and its significance in the local cultural and historical context. (Guizhou, 2016) Collaborating Team: Student’s from Beijing University of Architecture and Engineering.