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GUANGZHOU
TaiKooHui Guangzhou achieves LEED Platinum Certification
The mall adopts stringent measures to control energy and water consumption in its operations. Examples include the launch of sustainably designed washrooms which are equipped with water-saving fixtures such as waterless urinals and the use of greywater for flushing

SHENZHEN
Ping An Finance Center completes as fourth tallest building in the world
The tower is adorned by the largest stainless steel façade in the world to date, using a total of 1,700 tons of 316L stainless steel. This material was chosen specifically for this project due to its corrosion-resistance, which will keep the appearance of the Ping An Finance Center unchanged for several decades despite Shenzhen's salty coastal atmosphere

HAINAN
The Shanhaitian Resort Sanya, Autograph Collection opens
Designed by the Bangkok-based studio, P49 Design & Associates, the hotel's design evokes the rhythm of water surrounding the locale and exudes an understated, glamorous aesthetic

JIANGSU
The Summit in Suzhou won LEED Gold Certification
Located in Suzhou Industrial Park's Central Business District, The Summit is an 116,390 sq m landmark mixed-use urban development, comprising 57,204 sq m of office space, 35,144 sq m of shopping centre and 21,867 sq m of luxury residences

MACAU
2017MIECF grand opening
Green business opportunities for a sustainable future

MIECF creates Green New World by promoting green enterprises
2017MIECF will be held in Macao from 30 March to 1 April 2017

HONG KONG
Central Market construction will start this year and scheduled for completion in 2021
Construction commenced on Sharp Island Pier in Sai Kung

Government land rules tightened
Applications for unlawful occupation of government land will no longer be accepted

Skilled-labour shortage forecast up to 15,000 workers in the next few years
CIC to explore measures to increase the supply of skilled workers to meet the manpower demand for capital works projects

Plumbing works to be inspected
The scheme covers new fresh water plumbing works in residential estates and buildings serving sensitive users such as hospitals and schools

19 building plans approved in January
Government safeguarding Hong Kong's trees

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