10. Shun Hing Square – 384m
Shun Hing Square is a 384m tall skyscraper in China’s Shenzhen region. On its completion in 1996, it was the country’s tallest building until it was eclipsed by CITIC Plaza a year later. A blend of office and retail space, the tower stands 69-storeys high and features the Meridian View Centre, an observation deck, on its top floor. (Google Images)
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