This article with animation is by South China Morning Post
Read more about it here: Kicking off work on ‘China’s future tallest building’, Hong Kong tycoon Hui Wing-mau lauds bay area plan
An excerpt from South China Morning Post:
“The commercial-residential complex, called the Shenzhen-Hong Kong International Centre, comprises buildings such as an office tower planned to be about 700 metres (2,300 feet) tall.”
“When completed, in 2024 at the earliest, its tower is expected to be China’s tallest building, surpassing the Shanghai Tower. The 830-metre Burj Khalifa in Dubai is currently the world’s tallest skyscraper, ahead of the Shanghai Tower.”
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