In Shanghai, the most populous city on the planet (no less than 24 million inhabitants), there is a district of Huangpu. Almost 600 thousand people manage to live here on 12 square kilometers (!). And this is the largest number in the world.
Naturally, in such a densely populated city there are and should be appropriate buildings that can accommodate a large contingent of residents of the middle Kingdom. These include, of course, the 632-meter-high Shanghai tower that towers over the city's Pundong district.
In the same area is another business card of Shanghai - the 14th tallest skyscraper in the world - the Jin Mao tower. Its name translates as 'Golden prosperity'. It is based on the lucky number '8' for the Chinese: an octagonal Central frame, 88 floors, 8 composite columns. Even the skyscraper was opened on 28.08.1998 - three eights in the date are also considered good luck.