View of the Bank of China building in Hong Kong. PHOTO BY TOM CHRISTENSEN.

The Bank of China, one of the pillars of China’s financial infrastructure, holds a unique place as the most recognizable and international institution in the national banking system. The bank has survived numerous political transitions and economic systems and is poised to become a powerful player in the global financial scene.

Over the past century, the Bank of China (BOC) has had a hand

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