In a previous life I took a trip to Hong Kong and picked up a few things. Along with a pocket-full of obscenely heavy coins there came a few gorgeous banknotes.
Imagine my surprise as an American when I realized that Hong Kong's paper currency isn't issued by a central bank - it comes from the HSBC! The same place I could open a savings account were I so inclined. The idea of walking into the Federal Reserve and doing that would blow my mind.
I dig that someone at the HSBC had the idea to put a ribbon from someone's gymnastics floor routine on a note - floor routines don't get the respect they deserve.
The 20 dollar note has a fantastic view of the harbor.
The other 20 dollar bill has a neat view of the harbor ferry and more lions.