“The hole is the empti­ness that comes with de­mol­ish­ing her­itage, no?”

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Last week Mr. Know-It-All ex­plained why the Repulse Bay de­vel­op­ment has a hole in it

(to let the feng shui “dragon” through), but also dis­cussed the Repulse Bay Ho­tel that had once stood in its place (“Why does that build­ing in Repulse Bay have a hole in it?” July 1, is­sue 1152). Face­book read­ers chimed in, mostly snark­ily …

It’s for the build­ing (nearby build­ings as well) safety pur­pose to re­di­rect the wind from sur­round­ings, there are many res­i­dence build­ing de­sign with the hole now...not re­ally feng Sui re­lated!

Mani Yang

To let the dragon have a view of the see! It was built with­out a hole be­fore, but not easy to sell. That’s why there’s a hole now!

Alain An­geloz

The hole is the empti­ness that comes with de­mol­ish­ing her­itage, no?

Samer Nisr Shim

So ufo’s can eas­ily pass with­out hit­ting the build­ing

Jonathan Tung

Why can’t the dragon go around it? A beast as pow­er­ful and awe-in­spir­ing as a dragon can only travel in a straight line? That’s stupid.

Ryan Tsang

Hope it can be re­paired soon.

Casey An­der­son

Didnt have enough bricks, thought no one would no­tice?

Mark Nut­land


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