Wait...Won't The Peninsula in Hong Kong be the unlukiest building? The Kowloon Hotel, also by Peninsula just behind it is covered with sharp edges(around 50 rows) pointing at the back of Peninsula.Originally posted by Kit
I.M. Pei's Bank of China building nearby is in contradiction, considered to be bad Feng Shui because of the building's crosses and angles. These crosses and angles are considered to be "poison arrows" and will affect other buildings in the vicinity badly. The building itself however, enjoys very auspicious Feng Shui as it is encircled by curvy roads that are likened to a blade cutting into the building and bringing auspicious "Chi".