The Chinachem Group is quitting its Tsim Sha Tsui headquarters on Wednesday, leaving behind the place where a romance between late billionaire Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum and fung shui master Tony Chan Chun-chuen allegedly began. And Wang's younger brother, Dr Kung Yan-sum, who has been leading a fight against Chan's claims to the Chinachem fortune, is closing his clinic near Tsuen Wan on Christmas Eve, according to a notice posted there recently. It is uncertain whether Kung, who could not be reached yesterday, is doing this to devote more time to the company's business. Chinachem, a privately held property group, is moving to its complex, the Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan, which former group chairwoman Wang built as a landmark for the city. The Chinachem camp has said that the giant Nina Tower is 'the proof of love' between Wang and her husband, Teddy Wang Teh-huei, the company founder, who was kidnapped in 1990 and later declared legally dead. The two moves on the side of the Chinachem camp come before the judgment in the probate case is expected to be handed down, probably after Christmas. The Chinachem Golden Plaza, at Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, the group's headquarters since 1988, is where Chan said he started a relationship with Wang, whose will is the centre of the dispute. Chan based his claim on a supposed 15-year affair with Wang and a purported 2006 will leaving him the Chinachem empire, but the Chinachem Charitable Foundation, led by Kung, said that will was a forgery or an invalid 'fung shui will'. According to Chan's evidence, the Tsim Sha Tsui office was where he had secret rendezvous with Wang, gave her massages, took millions of HK dollars as presents, and where he collected the 2006 will. Chan declined to comment yesterday. A notice in lifts inside the Tsim Sha Tsui building reads: 'The group will temporarily suspend service on Dec 23 and resume it at Nina Tower 2 on Dec 28, occupying the 35th to 38th floors.' The new complex has double the space of the Tsim Sha Tsui block. It holds offices, a mall and a hotel. The taller, 88-storey tower, originally called the Teddy Tower, is linked to a shorter one by a footbridge. They are now simply called Nina Tower 1 and Nina Tower 2. Reports have said that the two top floors of the Tsim Sha Tsui building, where Wang used to live and her husband used to work, would be left as is and would not be leased out.