Most likely, you thought that these were the quirks of local architects, but this is not at all the case.
If you have been to Hong Kong, you probably noticed that almost all city skyscrapers have some holes.
Most likely, you thought that these were the quirks of local architects, but this is not at all the case. These “holes” are called “dragon gates” and they are made in houses strictly according to Feng Shui, which is very respected in China.
According to this teaching, holes in skyscrapers are needed so that dragons can fly from the mountains to the water. And so all the buildings in Hong Kong and other items are installed with Feng Shui in mind.
In the Celestial Empire, dragons are treated with special trepidation, they are considered harbingers of good luck, but if an obstacle appears in their way in the form of the same building, then expect trouble.
For example, the tower of the Bank of China was built without a “dragon gate” and bankrupt companies blame it for their problems.
Therefore, modern companies spare no expense in consulting with Feng Shui experts.