Is the Empire State Building taller than the Shun Hing Square?

A: No, the Empire State Building is shorter than the Shun Hing Square
The Empire State Building is 381 m, (1,250 ft) tall, while the height of the Shun Hing Square is 384 m, (1,260 ft)
NameName:Empire State BuildingName:Shun Hing Square
HeightHeight:381 m, (1,250 ft)Height:384 m, (1,260 ft)
LocationLocation:New York, United StatesLocation:Shenzhen, China
Year ConstructedYear Constructed:1930–1931 Year Constructed:1996
DescriptionDescription:First building with 100+ storeys. The addition of a pinnacle and antennas later increased its overall height to 448.7 m (1,472 ft). This was subsequently lowered to 443.1 m (1,454 ft). Tallest freestanding structure on land from 1931 to 1967Description:
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Name:Empire State Building
Height:381 m, (1,250 ft)
Location:New York, United States
Year Constructed:1930–1931
Description:First building with 100+ storeys. The addition of a pinnacle and antennas later increased its overall height to 448.7 m (1,472 ft). This was subsequently lowered to 443.1 m (1,454 ft). Tallest freestanding structure on land from 1931 to 1967
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Name:Shun Hing Square
Height:384 m, (1,260 ft)
Location:Shenzhen, China
Year Constructed:1996
Description:
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