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A Symphony of Lights A Symphony of Lights
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(Hong Kong Island)

Participating Buildings (Hong Kong Island)

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1. Tower 535
2. The Sun's Group Centre - LED screen only (Advertiser: S.A.S. Electric Co. Ltd.)
3. China Online Centre - LED screen only (Advertiser: China Life  (Overseas) )
4. Sun Hung Kai Centre
5. Central Plaza
6. Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
7. Immigration Tower - LED screen only (Advertiser: LG Hong Kong)
8. Revenue Tower and LED screen (Advertiser: HNA Group)
9. Hopewell Centre
10. Harcourt House and LED screen (Advertiser: Samsung)
11. China Evergrande Centre and LED screen (Advertiser: Samsung)
12. Central Government Offices
13. Queensway Government Offices
14. The Chinese People's Liberation Army Forces Hong Kong Building
15. Bank of America Tower and LED screen
16. AIA Central and LED screen
17. Bank of China Tower
18. CCB Tower and LED screen
19. Cheung Kong Center
20. HSBC Main Building and X-wall
21. Standard Chartered Bank Building
22. Jardine House
23. One Exchange Square
24. Two Exchange Square
25. Two International Finance Centre
26. One International Finance Centre
27. Shun Tak Centre
1. Hong Kong Observation Wheel and LED screens

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International Finance Centre complex, on the Central waterfront, is set to be the leading business and leisure arena in Hong Kong, and redefine the Central district. The entire 4.7 million square feet complex is a unique combination of prestigious offices, high-end shopping and entertainment, along with one of the world's finest hotels, all under one roof.

Completed in 1998, One International Finance Centre comprises 784,000 square feet set over 39 floors. By attracting a number of internationally renowned financial institutions, it has already set a benchmark for the continuing success of International Finance Centre as a business destination.

Construction of Two International Finance Centre was completed in late 2003. 420 metres in height with 88 storeys, it is one of the tallest buildings with the most impressive city and harbour views in Hong Kong. The world-renowned architect Cesar Pelli designs the building with a simple, strong and memorable presence. It provides two million square feet of premium office space, and is designed and managed with an emphasis on customer care.

Two International Finance Centre also utilises a range of sustainable and environmental friendly features in architecture and design. such as double-glazed curtain wall with low e-coating, a seawater cooling system for air-conditioning and maximises the use of natural light.

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1. Tower 535 2. The Sun's Group Centre - LED screen only (Advertiser: S.A.S. Electric Co. Ltd.) 3. China Online Centre - LED screen only (Advertiser: China Life  (Overseas) ) 4. Sun Hung Kai Centre 5. Central Plaza 6. Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 7. Immigration Tower - LED screen only (Advertiser: LG Hong Kong) 8. Revenue Tower and LED screen (Advertiser: HNA Group) 9. Hopewell Centre 10. Harcourt House and LED screen (Advertiser: Samsung) 11. China Evergrande Centre and LED screen (Advertiser: Samsung) 12. Central Government Offices 13. Queensway Government Offices 14. The Chinese People's Liberation Army Forces Hong Kong Building 15. Bank of America Tower and LED screen 16. AIA Central and LED screen 17. Bank of China Tower 18. CCB Tower and LED screen 19. Cheung Kong Center 20. HSBC Main Building and X-wall 21. Standard Chartered Bank Building 22. Jardine House 23. One Exchange Square 24. Two Exchange Square 25. Two International Finance Centre 26. One International Finance Centre 27. Hong Kong Observation Wheel and LED screens 1. Hong Kong Observation Wheel and LED screens