Very impressive. I enjoyed Hong Kong...visited it in 1992 and 1994. At that time, it was like Chicago, with mountains, run by the British, filled with Chinese folks. British street furniture, language, and uniforms, American skyscrapers, Chinese people. Wild place.
Looks just like the real thing, down to the red rolling die sculpture in the corner. It's a block from what used to be the World Trade Center, so SC designers should take note. They got around the facade laws because the block opposite was turned into an open space.
I remember when this building was being built...I was a little kid at the time. I'm glad to see an SC version of it, as I like to see New York's lesser-known but impressive skyscrapers as well as the famous ones.
I went by this building every day when I went to high school...I rode past it on the bus, walked past it on the way home. The palm trees are dead wrong, though. Con Ed had an exhibit on "energy" on the main floor, to justify their high billing. Great stuff. I love to see New York buildings.