Staff at the Tsim Sha Tsui headquarters of Chinachem Group began packing yesterday, preparing for the move to Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan. Workers from a removals company dropped off packing cartons in the morning and by afternoon at least 10 packed boxes had been placed outside the 15th-floor offices. Chinachem Golden Plaza at 77 Mody Road, the group's headquarters since 1988, is where fung shui master Tony Chan Chun-chuen said he started a relationship with Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum, whose will is the subject of a probate battle. Notices in lifts inside the building read: 'The group will temporarily suspend service on December 23 and resume its services at Nina Tower 2 on December 28.' Meanwhile, Dr Kung Yan-sum, Wang's younger brother, who has been leading a fight against Chan's claims to the Chinachem fortune, is to close his clinic near Tsuen Wan today, according to a notice posted there recently. Kung and his wife, Lau Yuen-chun, arrived at the clinic at 4.10pm yesterday. He refused to comment. A judge is due to rule on Wang's will by the end of this year or early next year. Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan contains offices, a shopping mall and a hotel. It has double the space of the Tsim Sha Tsui block. The taller, 88-storey tower, originally called Teddy Tower, is linked to a shorter one by a footbridge. They are now simply called Nina Tower 1 and Nina Tower 2.