Message - Taipei is Tallest and wondering why?

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Posted by  Donald on October 31, 2003 at 10:07:08:

The Taipei skyscraper called Taipei 101 is now considered the world's tallest building in the world, 1,676 feet tall and will open next year. It is 165 feet taller than the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I haven't seen much press about this tower and wondered why?

How about some detailed information about it Kevin Mathews? I think that the worlds tallest structure that looks like a stack of gift boxes, or a bamboo shoot with notched sections, deserves more attention than you have let on about it to date. Educate us si vous plait?

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