|Forest of Banks|
|Written by Sun Jie|
|Sunday, 13 May 2007|
Walking in Central is somehow like wandering through a forest of banks. The symbolic
buildings of HSBC and Bank of China (BOC) , a “migrant” from Mainland China, are “must-see” to many tourists. Legend goes that the knife-shaped BOC building and the cannon on the top of HSBC, are in vigil towards each other day and night to protect their own businesses.
As a financial center, Hong Kong is a land where financial institutions, from local, overseas and Mainland, are vying to find a place to stand - "This land is mine"...
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