Why some Hong Kong skyscrapers have gaping holes
- Have you ever realized that
Hong Kongskyscrapers have holes in them?
- It's part of a belief system called
- Buildings with bad feng shui, such as the Bank of China Tower, have been blamed for surrounding companies going out of business.
Following is a transcript of the
Why do Hong Kong skyscrapers have holes? These are
Dragons are believed to be bearers of good fortune. Blocking the dragon's path could bring misfortune. The Bank of China Tower's poor feng shui is blamed for nearby companies going out of business. Today, corporations set aside money for feng shui consultation.
This video was originally published on March 20, 2017.
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