This piece is a couple of months old, but has a great shot of Chamber Governor Stephen Chu.
Lots of great info on possibly the most impressive project in Beijing.
“Oriental Plaza is Beijing’s premiere office and retail complex, valued at $4.8 billion (U.S.). Adjacent to the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square, the 8.6-million-square-foot development has eight office towers, apartments, a massive shopping centre and a five-star Grand Hyatt.
“It’s a pretty iconic property — it really symbolizes the commercial future of Beijing and of China,” says Chu, of Hui Xian Real Estate Investment Trust, in his first North American media interview. “This is centre ice for real estate in China.” “
Centre ice. I love it.
See the full story, Canadian makes history with IPO, here.