Currently under construction in Beijing. The Chinese State television broadcasting centre is large. It's very big. Don't think much of the harsh aesthetic myself, but it does remind me of another building in Paris that seems to be missing a bit in the middle:
Paris - La Defense: La Grande Arche de la Défense. Danish architect Otto van Spreckelsen designed the hollow cube. It's really a football field sized white office building with the middle part left open.
The CCTV HQ is a Sino-Dutch collaboration:
The principal architect of the design is Rem Koolhaas of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture of the Netherlands [...] The domestic architectural design collaborator for this project, East China Architectural Design & Research Institute Co., Ltd., is an affiliate of Shanghai Xian Dai Architectural Design Group. Its works included the Oriental Pearl Radio & Broadcasting Tower of Shanghai, the studio complex building of the Shanghai TV Station, the Shanghai Bookstore City and the TV tower in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The Chinese partners did not do very well in the past. The Shanghai broadcasting tower is so nasty it makes Auckland's Sky Tower look Eiffellian:Thankfully everything looks better at night: