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  • HK China: China Evergrande Centre

    China Evergrande Centre is a 25-storey Grade A office building located on Gloucester Road. It offers direct undisturbed sea views. Furthermore, there are numerous of restaurants and cafés nearby. The total area of this building is 200,000 square feet and it offers up to 12,500 square foot flexible office floor plates.

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  • HK China: CCB Tower, Central

    Located on the site of the former Ritz Carlton Hotel in the heart of the CBD of Hong Kong, the CCB Tower is a 22-storey 'Grade A' office building providing a total gross floor area of approximately 22,000sq.m. The tower serves as the headquarters for the Hong Kong operation of China Construction Bank, as well as offers high-end office facilities for other international firms.

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  • HK China: Dragon Inn Seafood Restaurant

    Dragon Inn Seafood Restaurant was founded in 1939 and was a popular hot spot for shooting movies in the 1950's and 1960's. It is located on the side of Castle Peak Road and faces Castle Peak Beach. It offers spectacular sea views surrounded by a lush landscape environment. The restaurant, swimming pool and mini zoo of the Villa also created a perfect destination for a family holiday.

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  • HK China: Kwong Tin Shopping Centre

    Kwong Tin Shopping Centre is located in 168 Pik Wan Road, Yau Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

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  • HK China: Marina Cove

    Completed in 1987 and located just off Hiram's Highway, about 10 minutes drive to Sai Kung, this large development of 463 townhouses and two 6-storey blocks with a total of 72 apartments is arranged around a Marina with some properties having private berths. There are 5 phases with 5 different types of houses and they range from 1048-1945 sf saleable. The apartments vary from 522-597 sf saleable and are all 2 bedrooms. Most of the properties have lovely views over either the sea or the Marina. There is a shopping centre attached to the complex and a Woodlands pre-school.

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  • HK China:Chinese People's Liberation Army Forces Hong Kong Building

    Constructed in 1979, the building was named the Prince of Wales Building. It housed the head office of the British Army stationed in Hong Kong until the territory's handover to the People's Republic of China on 1 July 1997 when it was made the head office of the PLA Hong Kong Garrison. The Chinese People's Liberation Army Forces Hong Kong Building is a 113 metre tall, 28-floor building located within the former HMS Tamar naval base on Lung Wui Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong, China.

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  • HK China:City University of Hong Kong

    City University of Hong Kong (CityU) is a public research university in Kowloon. It was founded in 1984 as City Polytechnic of Hong Kong and became a fully accredited university in 1994. It is one of eight government-funded degree-granting tertiary institutions. The university has five colleges and four schools: the College of Business, College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, College of Science, Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences, and the School of Creative Media, School of Data Science, School of Energy and Environment and School of Law.

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  • HK China:Tsing Ma Bridge

    With an overall length of 2km and a main suspended span of 1,378m, Tsing Ma Bridge is the world’s longest spanning road and rail bridge; with a duel 3-lane highway on the upper deck and a twin track high speed railway (as well as two emergency roadways) on the lower deck. Kvaerner in joint venture with Mitsui and Costain won the £550m contract in 1992 to build the bridge in just five years with structural completion in only 50 months. This was done to budget and programme despite the project’s massive scale, short timeframe and the exposure to typhoon risk.

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  • Macau China: Finance and IT Centre

    FIT, Finance and IT Center (FIT) is located is a 24 storey commercial complex located at the Macao’s CBD & Surrounded by many famous hotel & casino, banks, government departments & institutions. Offering the panoramic Nam Van Lake view & well served by the excellent transportation network.

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