In yuan China, there were different social classes and the social classes would determine how you would live everyday life, so because of this, these social classes affected how you'd live in a class. For example in this slide above this text, is the Mongols. Nobody liked the Mongols because they treated everyone like they were in second class because they are in the top class.
The social class under the mogols were called the non-Chinese foreigners.They did not live under the Mongols rule because they were non-Chinese.
The even lower social class were the Northern Chinese. They did not follow the Mongols rule because the did not like it.
And there was a even lower class, they were the southern Chinese that made up of 80% of the population. These people did live under the Mogols rule.
At the very bottom of the social classes, there were peasants and farmers but farmers needed to leave their land and must sell themselves into slaves in order to feed their families.
Overall Yuan China depended on the social class you were placed in because it determines what you do with your life, how you'd lived and how you were treated.