The ancient Chinese heritage in Guangzhou can be traced much more clearly than in other large cities of the Middle Kingdom. For example, some temples have become museums, but they have retained their atmosphere, and old districts are in no hurry to rebuild. Even the not quite typical Qingping market is not closed, observing the previous procedures. The neighborhood of natural and man–made beauties is the highlight of the iconic places of the city.
In the past, Guangzhou was under the influence of Europeans, and still has not got rid of the evidence of that era. At the time of planning new buildings, reliance on tradition remains a key factor. So during the construction of the Guangzhou-Yuan round skyscraper, it was important that it was successfully reflected in the water. Thanks to this, it turns out “8”, which is fortunately in the superstitions of the Chinese.