How feng shui shaped Hong Kong's skyline

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  • に公開 2018/08/01
  • Hong Kong’s superstitious skyline.
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    Hong Kong’s famous skyline is known for its colorful lights and modern buildings, but a closer look reveals some unique designs inspired by feng shui. Like the gaping holes in the middle of buildings to let dragons fly through or cannon-like structures installed to deflect bad “qi” (pronounced chi).
    The main belief in feng shui is that destiny is bound to the environment, so good fortune and harmony can be invited in and bad energy can be warded off by arranging objects and buildings around us. It's an ancient Chinese practice that has come to define Hong Kong's skyline.
    In this episode of Borders, we explore feng shui principles, explain the circumstances that allowed it to flourish in Hong Kong and take a look at the unique designs around the city.
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  • Vox
    Vox  4 ヶ月 前 +1336

    We should clarify that while construction firms have specifically cited feng shui as a motive for putting holes in their buildings, the unique design also has other purposes other than superstition, including heat ventilation and city code compliance. Feng shui is not always a factor in these design decisions but we did hope to show that the belief system has influenced architectural decisions in Hong Kong.

    • The Boyo
      The Boyo 12 日 前

      Raja

    • UseFreeSpeech
      UseFreeSpeech 25 日 前 +1

      soo you basicly saying that the whole video is a lie?
      okay. nvm

    • 龙虎山Handsome
      龙虎山Handsome 27 日 前

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    • Niko Goga
      Niko Goga 2 ヶ月 前

      I think you tried to rip some views and saying Feng shui and superstitions does that better than just filming the skyline. I really don't get why they pay this guy cuz this is obviously not his thing , and by this I mean journalism

    • 黃誠德
      黃誠德 3 ヶ月 前

      I find some other explanation.
      The first explanation is soothing heat island effect
      The second explanation is to beautify the "Refuge Floor"
      The last explanation is "plot ratios":
      This hole can be excluded from the floor area, so the other apartments can be built higher, (High-rise apartments are more expensive)

  • Foxy Eagle
    Foxy Eagle 日 前

    They put a canon??

  • K E
    K E 2 日 前

    This is by far my favorite series. I am constantly fascinated with your stories. Keep up the great reporting.

  • Victor Ehigiamusoe
    Victor Ehigiamusoe 5 日 前

    i'm mad you ain't say " feng SHUI is at PLAY in the Hong Kong skyline TODAY"

  • midnightwill
    midnightwill 5 日 前

    The reason why Hopewall Center put a swimming pool on the top, because the building looks like a incense. Chinese incense can be used for praying for the dead...

  • dzunepwnsipod
    dzunepwnsipod 5 日 前

    Wow. People actually believe that?

  • Shankar S
    Shankar S 8 日 前

    Poor use of space.
    -MKBHD c.2017

  • D
    D 9 日 前 +1

    I like how he consistently highlights Feng shui while simultaneously looking down his nose at it. Way to respect your topic.

  • Marius VanDamme
    Marius VanDamme 9 日 前

    Hong Kong is fascinating. I wanna go there.

  • Angie Garcia-Paz
    Angie Garcia-Paz 11 日 前

    I love this series 🙌🏽

  • Hai Hay
    Hai Hay 11 日 前

    feng sweeei kwwkkwkwk

  • Bo Yang
    Bo Yang 11 日 前

    Superstitions 😂

  • himanshu
    himanshu 12 日 前

    Dragons from heaven: "you dickheads"

  • MikeSaidHeep
    MikeSaidHeep 12 日 前

    Putting holes in your buildings so invisible dragons can fly through them... that rocks.

  • Alien Boi
    Alien Boi 15 日 前

    Look at those buildings with holes: that’s what she said ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • Gaurav Shukla
    Gaurav Shukla 15 日 前

    Well, That's Glory Hole for dragon :p

  • Lolcatz52
    Lolcatz52 17 日 前

    Impulse bay!!

  • Yu weihao
    Yu weihao 17 日 前

    风水 is really stupid

  • ╬K■Konti:
    ╬K■Konti: 18 日 前

    this guy clearly is a non-believer well feng shui ois real maddaffffackaaaah

  • aTallGuyNH
    aTallGuyNH 19 日 前

    That first track... Wow. Totally lit.
    Found it here: www.apmmusic.com/albums/GUM-7004

  • Hi4lili
    Hi4lili 19 日 前

    So the dragon can't fly between the massive space separating the buildings or just fly a lil' higher

  • Patrick Tyler
    Patrick Tyler 22 日 前 +1

    You don't pronounce Feng shui right my dude.

  • Abel Aguiar
    Abel Aguiar 22 日 前

    Maybe Feng Shui doesn't necessarily conduct luck but it does make a city's skyline beautiful

  • Yoshiaki Okaguchi
    Yoshiaki Okaguchi 24 日 前

    Honestly, I've lived in Hong Kong for 4 years, and I never knew this

  • MrOliverYT
    MrOliverYT 24 日 前

    you know the reason why people made a hole in the buildings are because then they wont block the sea view / people living behind those buildings can see through the hole

  • 龙虎山Handsome
    龙虎山Handsome 27 日 前

    HK COMPANY can open Sinpagore account
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  • James P
    James P ヶ月 前

    Superstition is such a trip

  • 凡哥
    凡哥 ヶ月 前

    The highest house price in the world。

  • ROCK STAR
    ROCK STAR ヶ月 前

    I can't believe superstition can be so cool in modern world.

  • Director Lunchie
    Director Lunchie ヶ月 前

    qi ain't superstition you white meat, Qi is oriental medicine, is taught in TCM school. idiot

  • Kat Martin
    Kat Martin ヶ月 前

    This sounds a lot like how my brand of OCD works

  • CJFLCC CJFLCC
    CJFLCC CJFLCC ヶ月 前

    So VOX does real news and real reporting and then it does bullshit completely biased reporting. Ok.. weird.

  • Viva la China
    Viva la China ヶ月 前

    4:20 that building which you said "people freak out because they look like smoking cigarette", that's not why people dislike it. People dislike it because it looks like a incense which Chinese use to worship the dead. We really really really don't like anything related to death (in fact we don't have 4th floor because four sounded like "dead" in Cantonese. We skip the 4th floor and name it "5th floor", so does 14th,24th,34th... and so on)

  • hyou zan ren
    hyou zan ren ヶ月 前

    the dragon warrior Po approved this building!

  • Luck Benny Toussaint

    MY 2 CELL PHONE INDUSTRY IN HONG AND JARKATA

  • Doc Kozo
    Doc Kozo ヶ月 前

    All sounds like bullsh*t

  • 95 yolles
    95 yolles ヶ月 前

    It is sheer westerner’s sheer stupidity.

  • Ga Me
    Ga Me ヶ月 前

    How ironic that colonial rule helped actually preserve culture... It's a shame that China went through the "cultural revolution" and destroyed so much of the ancient culture in China... We don't focus on Eastern history much when schooling in the West. But I personally have always been fascinated with Eastern cultures, including China. And I find the concept of Qi an important factor in the moral stance of Chinese culture. Without some form of moral reinforcement, people tend to run amok. All human beings need to believe that being a "good" person brings value to life and society. At least in Hong Kong they have retained this fundamental cultural driving force. I know Qi is still a popular thing in mainland China too. But it seems to be dying out. Anyone that believes in science knows that Qi isn't a real thing. But it's still an important aspect of culture and society there in China. And I hope it lives on!

  • grandiora
    grandiora ヶ月 前

    Game of Thrones should use this for its dragon sets

  • 麥草羊
    麥草羊 ヶ月 前

    People really hard to breathe living in lower level of other buildings / staying in streets behind those big buildings without holes especially in summer and high populated areas !! You may faint walking around in high density areas in summer in HK, especially years ago

  • Sapar Nurkamal
    Sapar Nurkamal ヶ月 前

    I like the content, but I don’t like that 2/3 of screen-time I have to look at a face of a grown man talking

  • Mr.MohammadHd
    Mr.MohammadHd ヶ月 前

    which dragons

  • TODD MAX
    TODD MAX ヶ月 前

    香港中国银行大厦写文章
    香港中环:中国银行与汇丰的世纪风水大对决

    香港人对风水之说笃信不移。兴建大厦当然要看过风水,租房子、开新铺也要找风水师;甚至连结婚时大堂的摆放、办公室桌子的朝向,以至一个饰物摆设、一个招牌、一个鱼池大小方位都要求教于风水师。包括近年最令人瞩目的是特首贵宾府官邸的装修也请人来看风水,这些趣闻都成为香港人茶余饭后的谈资。
    中环位于香港岛的核心区域,是香港的金融贸易心脏。站在“风水学”的角度看来,其地域得天独厚,成为那个时代成功的金融区自然无可厚非。

    要说风水,就得从地形上说起,先来看看香港最为核心的维多利亚港边上的“中环”吧!

    得天独厚的超级格局
    九曲来水
    香港中环之所以发达,全仗维多利亚港这个聚宝盆!

    香港岛的水从珠江流下来,经过汲水门、从大口进入维多利亚港,再经观塘蓄水口,再流入鲤鱼门,最后还有个东龙洲挡住,让它不那么快流走。急水入,缓水出,水便在中间两个转弯处形成了两个“曲水聚宝盆”。风水学上称为“九曲来水”乃有情水中的至上格局。
    迎送合局
    从鸟瞰图看维港的南北两岸,尖沙咀是凸出的地形,而中环则是下凹的地形!在西九龙没填海之前,这两个地形完全拼成一个完美的平面!在风水上称之为“迎送合局”,一般惯用在建筑风水上,而在地形上达到这样的吻合度,在中国发达城市中没有几处!

    灵龟出海
    中环香港会展中心,和尖沙咀香港太空馆的造型,一个像一只灵龟(玄武),一个像是巨蛋。并且在地图上看,它们完全成直线隔海对望。

    香港政府在这两个建筑上的用意,是用了呼形喝象。以“灵龟出海寻蛋”来呼喝维多利亚港的“迎送合局”
    大家都知道,香港商业最旺之地是中环,除了以上的“九曲来水”和“迎送合局”之外,最关键的是尖沙咀这个由地形上形成的最强三煞位。

    商业大厦要风生水起,必选“斗三煞”,尖沙咀带来的这股超级煞气,冲旺了整个中环,然而商业主体建筑面对这么强的煞气,该如何去跟它斗?
    第一主角:香港汇丰银行登场

    在整个中环,香港汇丰银行大厦,是唯一一座选择与尖沙咀“三煞位”正面交锋的商业建筑。

    看上图,这块风水宝地,楼宇林立。可在汇丰大厦面向维多利亚港的前方,却没有一栋高层建筑。一般情况下,来自于地形的煞气,就算要与之斗法,也要避其锋芒。为何汇丰如此大胆,选择与其正面交锋!

    下面我们来看,汇丰如何斗赢这个最强“三煞位”!
    缓冲、避开、吸纳
    首先我们看看汇丰如何缓冲煞气!当年汇丰选择这个尖沙咀直射的位置后,其建筑面积的需求是2万多平方米(17亩),但汇丰却买下将近5万平米的地皮。
    多出的地皮它用来干嘛呢?
    汇丰银行将大厦前方的地皮建成公园,种植了茂盛的树木,并将其送由政府管理!这个公园便是今天香港著名的皇后像广场!

    其目的是利用了公园茂密的树木,来缓冲尖沙咀的三煞,煞气在经过公园的缓冲区后才来到银行门前。
    下面出场的便是香港闻名的两只雄狮 --- “史提芬” (Stephen)和“施迪”(Stitt)。

    这两只豪迈的雄狮镇守汇丰已将近一个世纪,其作用就不需要我多解释了,中国内陆的银行门口屡见不鲜,但搞笑的是,很多银行门口并没有什么煞气,也把它们摆来装饰。
    汇丰还将其萌宠印上钞票,难怪在香港人气爆棚,人见人爱。

    通过公园和雄狮两层阻挡缓冲的煞气,汇丰就能吸纳了?还不行,这股煞气可是强大到可以催旺整个中环商圈的,哪有那么容易挡得住!
    所以就出现了,在商业大厦中最奇葩的现象。
    中穿避煞
    汇丰银行将数千平方米的一楼,完全放空,关键是,大气豪放到连门都不做。



    由上图可见,汇丰银行的一楼大堂,除了两个手扶梯,其他什么都没有。并且前后两个入口,连大门都没做。这个在商业大厦中,乃至全世界都极其罕见的设计。
    因为尖沙咀形成的直冲煞气,是来自地形的三角形成的!所以煞气是附着于地平面直冲的!那么汇丰先用公园和雄狮阻挡和减弱煞气,大厦一楼前后门完全展开,并且一楼完全放空,让煞气直冲而过,完全避开了这道煞气。
    那么避开之后,就是要考虑如何吸纳煞气带来的“财”了。
    吸纳煞气(财)

    首先这里要普及一个风水观点,煞气所带来的“旺”与 “衰”,也就是“财”与“败”是成正比的,为何叫“斗三煞”?关键在于,避开它所带来的“衰败”之后,要用“四两拨千斤”的原理去权衡吸收的“量”!这才是最考验风水设计师的关键!
    尖沙咀这股由地形引起的煞气,相比一栋商业大厦,那简直就是万钧之力!所以,汇丰避开煞气之后,吸纳的煞气能不能多?绝对不能!

    汇丰的总风水设计师,也就在这点上体现了其对于风水实操的浑厚经验和判断能力!
    在“大动干戈”避开煞气之后,仅用了两条手扶梯去吸纳这“万钧之力”的一点点煞气。
    同时,我们看一下这个一楼所谓的天花,其实是透明的玻璃!因为煞气要能透上去,但又不能太多,所以汇丰用了“玻璃窗”的原理让煞气缓冲到大厦之中。

    并且汇丰大厦的一至八楼是个中空的天井,煞气进入之后,在天井中不断分散循环。
    这“一点点”的“煞(财)气”,足以让汇丰在整个香港金融界位于不败之地!
    然而,这位总设计师最让人佩服的,都不是上述这些常规的方式,而是他的的“野心”!
    骑龙格
    汇丰风水局之所以是大成格局,正是因为它并非正面对着尖沙咀的三煞位!

    汇丰大厦用来面对尖沙咀的,其实是后门。当煞气从维多利亚港直冲过来,在汇丰一楼明堂穿过,整座汇丰大厦直接骑在这条“万钧之龙”的身上!在风水学上称之为“骑龙格”!

    80年代,传说汇丰亚太区总裁在一次聚会上,无比笃定地说了一句”香港所有高楼大厦中,风水第一的,就是香港汇丰总行大厦!“
    然后呢?说完就出事了!
    第二主角:香港中银大厦强势搅局

    中银出鞘 谁与争锋
    1982年,据称当年港英政府故意将中环位置极小,交通较差的一块地卖给中国银行,且当时中行的建筑预算也只有1.3亿美金!但我大天朝的中国银行不负众望,在香港立起了当时的亚洲第一高楼,并且成为近30年来,在香港中环风水之战中的最强搅局者。
    三面钢刀

    中银大厦楼高317.4米,共70层!上图可见,中银的建筑外形,犹如一柄三棱钢刀,直冲云天。而这三个寒光四射的刀刃,一把指向汇丰银行,一把指向驻港部队(英军),一把指向港督府(谁叫你特么刁难我)!

    港督府(现为礼宾府)
    传闻中银大厦落成不久后,在任港督就因心脏病暴毙,后面的两任港督也在后来几年中大小手术不断(当然只是传闻)。直到97香港回归,特首董建华死活不肯住进礼宾府,也直接公开原因就是风水问题。
    那么被另一面刀刃直指的汇丰银行,就真的不好过了。1990年中银大厦建成后不久,汇丰银行的业绩突然下滑,股价也随之大跌,远在英国的汇丰总部都受到香港股价的影响。
    当然,汇丰银行也不是省油的灯。第二年,汇丰大厦的顶楼就架起了两门长达17米的大钢炮,直对中国银行。

    从此,这个毫不避嫌直来直去的“刀炮对战”,都被香港人乃至全球华人津津乐道!
    另外,汇丰银行的大炮还发生过一件搞笑的事情。
    不知道哪一年刮台风,把汇丰楼顶的大炮给吹歪了,炮口对准了渣打银行。渣打银行的高层给吓了个半死,一纸律师函发往汇丰银行,要求限期改正。



    第三……角:长江实业大厦

  • Cocoliso Osilococ
    Cocoliso Osilococ ヶ月 前 +1

    as stupid believe as religions...

  • Sunyuankai Zhang
    Sunyuankai Zhang ヶ月 前

    I just think everyone on the earth are equal in many ways no matter which ethnicity you are from, and I am saying 'ALL Racists are Human JUNK'. Do you know how serious that the racism in HK is? Maybe do an episode on that my friend. :)

  • zarovv
    zarovv ヶ月 前

    lol this explains why people are still religious to this day. paranoia is a strong emotion.

  • fred asd
    fred asd ヶ月 前

    most stupid thing ive ever heard.

  • KBG SENDS ITS REGARDS
    KBG SENDS ITS REGARDS 2 ヶ月 前

    I mean I hate vox in general but this series is ok

  • Elina Karvinen
    Elina Karvinen 2 ヶ月 前

    Why is he glitching at 4:29

  • Salm1848
    Salm1848 2 ヶ月 前

    So, in the East they use fengshui, in the West they use freemasonry, different sides of the same coin! The coin being luciferianism/(satanic/dragon worship 101)!

  • Farhan Ahmed
    Farhan Ahmed 2 ヶ月 前

    1:28 Oh yes, I saw this documentary before, many times!!!

  • José Rizal
    José Rizal 2 ヶ月 前 +1

    I want to become a feng shui master 😂

  • Steve McFarland
    Steve McFarland 2 ヶ月 前

    I'm not sure I've ever commented on JPclips before, and I hate to only chime in now with something negative (and I really really love your videos in general, Vox), but here goes: beyond the simple fact that "dripping with condescension and disbelief " is just not a very pleasant vibe to hang out with for a five minute video, nor a constructive journalistic tone, it's completely insanely absurd, infuriating, and offensive when the two sides of the discussion are a twentysomething white American dude with a GoPro... and an ENTIRE NATION of 5.7 million people. Check yourself, bro. And go home. xo

  • metinhan
    metinhan 2 ヶ月 前

    ffs bad things happens everyday. It's easy to make contact between something to them for who haves shitty believes. It's weird how a country full of that kind a people make a great city.

  • Jolteon RL
    Jolteon RL 2 ヶ月 前 +1

    Why do you pronounce it "Feng Shwey"?

  • Blobby Blobfish Gaming
    Blobby Blobfish Gaming 2 ヶ月 前

    It means in Mandarin “wind water”.

  • mo ANDthe beast
    mo ANDthe beast 2 ヶ月 前

    This series is hands down the best series on JPclips. No exaggeration when I say that.

  • Hong kongCountry Ball
    Hong kongCountry Ball 2 ヶ月 前

    "空氣"

  • Mitchel
    Mitchel 2 ヶ月 前

    Interesting, I've always wanted to go to Hong Kong but never thought about china much. Hong Kong just seems more interesting to me then the rest of china.

  • kawala Dy
    kawala Dy 2 ヶ月 前

    3:30 hey... I’ve been there when I was like 10 years old. Good memories

  • Varian
    Varian 2 ヶ月 前

    btw fung swui in Chinese is called 風水

  • rambobunny1
    rambobunny1 2 ヶ月 前

    The Chinese government are bastard suns Great father sent their culture to die

  • Mr.T Unexpected
    Mr.T Unexpected 2 ヶ月 前

    Fresh. Many details. I staid in China for 5 years and visited HK almost every month ( visa issue ) this video is bringing knowledge

  • Shantanu R
    Shantanu R 2 ヶ月 前

    ok. the anchor gives really stupid explanations about QI and DRAGONS. they are just symbolic and have other meanings. Secondly it seems to be working for hong kong. :D So this stuff must hold some truth to it. India has much refined version of FENG SHUI its called VAASTU SHASTRA.

  • Mr Woodgate
    Mr Woodgate 2 ヶ月 前 +6

    feng shui is a classical chinese culture, which hong Kong has been following for hundreds of years

  • Jacky Yang
    Jacky Yang 2 ヶ月 前

    This is not true, the talker dislike and black China using wrong or incomplete information. I have been in Honghong for many years. Without support of central government, HK will't in this way, especially in financial crisis period.

  • Y L
    Y L 2 ヶ月 前

    This is a very informative video, but I personally feel that the tone of voice at for example 4:31 sounds sarcastic, as if the culture was a joke to the narrator.

  • joshua wang
    joshua wang 2 ヶ月 前

    im learning more in these videos than in school

  • Mark C
    Mark C 2 ヶ月 前

    Why does his black shirt look like it’s gleaming. Soo weird...

  • Sean Pan
    Sean Pan 2 ヶ月 前

    Erase border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.

  • Ichiro J95
    Ichiro J95 2 ヶ月 前

    I was just in Hong Kong in Septemberr of 2017

  • Prime No. 6
    Prime No. 6 2 ヶ月 前

    next oceans (danny and the gang) movie needs to happen in asia

  • UltraViolent
    UltraViolent 2 ヶ月 前

    I like Hong Kong and all that, but let's acknowledge that really think boi with the water bottle in his back pocket at 3:50. 3,000k IQ

  • noablaespano
    noablaespano 2 ヶ月 前 +1

    A lot of Americans high rise have no 13 floors. It goes from 12 floors to 14 floors

  • Ernesto Lopez
    Ernesto Lopez 2 ヶ月 前

    SHENRON!!!

  • Danilo Bizzarro
    Danilo Bizzarro 2 ヶ月 前

    Save the Dragons !!!

  • Colin SINGSON [09M1]
    Colin SINGSON [09M1] 2 ヶ月 前

    0:25 that’s where most of my friends live

  • Simon Lau
    Simon Lau 2 ヶ月 前

    1. you said “風水” (feng shui) is a superstitious Chinese tradition, then you bring up the Bank of China tower thing.
    2. During the cultural revolution period, people in China risked their lives to preserve many old traditions, included “風水” (feng shui). And make no mistake, “風水” (feng shui) was preserved by previous generations of Chinese in Hong Kong during the time of being British colony, British just don't give a damn about it.

  • Is me Metisonn
    Is me Metisonn 2 ヶ月 前

    Isn’t it pronounced feng shui? Like...you know...how you would actually spell it?

  • Bogdana Filonich
    Bogdana Filonich 2 ヶ月 前

    I want more videos about feng Shui in HK! This is so interesting!!!!!

  • Cre8tv Productions
    Cre8tv Productions 2 ヶ月 前

    It's not literal dragon but the flow of energy/chi

  • Dan Lyle
    Dan Lyle 2 ヶ月 前

    So, if I organise my stuff I can channel Qi, does this mean I can then punch a dragon in the heart and become the Immortal Iron Fist?

  • E Am
    E Am 2 ヶ月 前 +1

    The canon-thing is awesome

  • Karish Madhavan
    Karish Madhavan 2 ヶ月 前

    Chinese version of vastu

  • dano
    dano 2 ヶ月 前

    great info, all a bit small I get it now! thank you, sir.

  • bex FX
    bex FX 2 ヶ月 前

    it is pronounced as fung shuy

  • Ermin Mejremic
    Ermin Mejremic 2 ヶ月 前

    Lmfaoo dragons 🐉

  • voiceofseasons
    voiceofseasons 2 ヶ月 前

    So that is why it's so expensive to live in Hong Kong. Holes instead of rooms.

  • Bryan William
    Bryan William 3 ヶ月 前

    Chinese people who live in Indonesia also believe in Feng shui and affected their houses

  • Mr All Sunday
    Mr All Sunday 3 ヶ月 前

    nice chanel..complex information, less boring

  • F lung
    F lung 3 ヶ月 前

    Well, my grand uncle is the feng shui advisor to the governor of Hong Kong back then, and still serving Queen Elizabeth II today. They really paid millions each year to him, just hear some construction or interior design advises. My grand uncle told me that he doesn’t believe feng shui in a way like a religion, he thinks it isn’t scientific, but useful enough to call it a tool. And this is exactly the reason why feng shui has preserved and still practiced throughout the Chinese history.

  • darkpanda112 ###
    darkpanda112 ### 3 ヶ月 前

    Can't the dragons fly over or around the buildings lmao

  • Sonic Maurice Fase 4 the Hedgehog

    How to understand Feng Shui:Metaphor.

  • Matt Wood
    Matt Wood 3 ヶ月 前

    Why are you walking around “vlogging ”? Can Vox not afford to do a proper voiceover or interview? How does being out of breath and doing a Skyping-your-mom-POV make this video any more effective or entertaining?

  • Nox Kot
    Nox Kot 3 ヶ月 前

    Cant the dragons just fly over the buildings?

  • 0
    0 3 ヶ月 前

    Now, how is Hong Kong's lucky energy today? Is fungshui still benefits to it

  • CheeseTruffles
    CheeseTruffles 3 ヶ月 前

    3:00 Are you sure they're not just trying to kill the competition? hehe

  • An Leng Uy
    An Leng Uy 3 ヶ月 前

    Wish we have dragons in my country, too. Buildings here are ugly.

  • 林峻生
    林峻生 3 ヶ月 前

    The Cheung Kong Center, between the Bank of China and HSBC and owned by Li Ka Shing, the richest guy in Hong Kong , are said to have angled the building and exterior design that metaphors as armor to defend and reflect the damage of the two rivaling banks in order to protect their Feng Shui/ business

  • gastly boy
    gastly boy 3 ヶ月 前

    fucken scalies