Bank of China TowerThe Bank of China Tower (short: BOC Tower) is the second tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong (as of 2001) and the headquarters for the Bank of China in Hong Kong. It was designed by architect I. M. Pei. The building is 315 meters high with two masts reaching 369 meters (1209 feet) high. The 70 storey building was built in 1989 and is located between Admiralty, Hong Kong and Central, Hong Kong.
The building has been criticised by practitioners of feng shui for its sharp edges.