In China, a media company has been ordered by the court to cough up $30,000 to a real estate developer for accusing one of their buildings of having bad feng shui, CNN reports

In the post published by Zhuhai Shengun Internet Technology, a Chinese blogger warned of the building's inauspicious architecture, claiming that its "noxious energy" had led to the downfall of several of its tenants, many of which were initially promising tech start-ups.

The developers, SOHO China, sued the media company for the blog post's criticisms about Wangjing SOHO, an office complex designed by the late Iraqi-British architect, Zaha Hadid. In the suit, they claimed the post's "malicious insults" had damaged people's opinions of the building and smeared the company's reputation, seriously affecting their business.