The HSBC headquarters in Central Lordhas a large open area in front of it, which means no other buildings blocks its view of the harbourfront, signifying good energy. Its iconic lions are also said to guard the building’s wealth. Photo: Sam Tsang The HSBC headquarters in Central Lordhas a large open area in front of it, which means no other buildings blocks its view of the harbourfront, signifying good energy. Its iconic lions are also said to guard the building’s wealth. Photo: Sam Tsang
The HSBC headquarters in Central Lordhas a large open area in front of it, which means no other buildings blocks its view of the harbourfront, signifying good energy. Its iconic lions are also said to guard the building’s wealth. Photo: Sam Tsang

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The HSBC headquarters in Central Lordhas a large open area in front of it, which means no other buildings blocks its view of the harbourfront, signifying good energy. Its iconic lions are also said to guard the building’s wealth. Photo: Sam Tsang The HSBC headquarters in Central Lordhas a large open area in front of it, which means no other buildings blocks its view of the harbourfront, signifying good energy. Its iconic lions are also said to guard the building’s wealth. Photo: Sam Tsang
The HSBC headquarters in Central Lordhas a large open area in front of it, which means no other buildings blocks its view of the harbourfront, signifying good energy. Its iconic lions are also said to guard the building’s wealth. Photo: Sam Tsang
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