Spectacular Skyscrapers Feng Shui of Hong Kong

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In Hong Kong, a city with one of the most beautiful skyline, the plan and design of a building is determined as much as by architects and engineers as by feng shui masters. This ancient Chinese philosophy of positioning objects and buildings in harmony with nature to bring about good fortune, is deeply rooted in Hong Kong’s culture. 

Why do these buildings have holes in the middle? Keep reading for the answer. Photo credit: shottapaul/Flickr
Spectacular Skyscrapers Feng Shui of Hong Kong
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The HSBC building in Hong Kong. Photo credit: Ishak J/Flickr
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The “dragon hole” of The Repulse Bay building in Hong Kong. Photo credit: Paul Griffin/Flickr
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Photo credit: See-ming Lee/Flickr
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Photo credit: See-ming Lee/Flickr
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From left to right: Bank of China Tower, Cheung Kong Center, HSBC Tower. Photo credit: Kirill ΞΚ Voloshin/Flickr
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The two negative energy deflecting cannons at the top of HSBC building. Photo credit: Tom Mascardo/Flickr
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Another view of the cannons. Photo credit: Tim Lam/Flickr
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The Lippo Center, a victim of Bank of China Tower’s bad feng shui. Photo credit: Hans Hansson/Flickr

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