Pudong Shangri-la, East Shanghai
It took me four attempts, but I finally worked out the required techniques to take a photo through some very scratched up glass on the 28th floor of the Pudong Shangri-la while also avoiding the reflection from the curtains.
Technical details for those who might be interested
The approximate field of view after stitching is 160 (H) x 110 (V) degrees. I captured two (2) rows of five (5) photos with a 16 mm f/1.4 lens at f/2.8 in a portrait orientation. This aperture provided sufficient depth-of-field while limiting the distracting scratched glass. To avoid blowing out the highlights from bright lights, such as those at the top of the building in the center of the picture, I bracketed the exposure manually. I did this manually as the Fuji X-T1 only supports +1/-1 exposure bracketing. At each of the 10 positions (2x5) I took four exposures at the following shutters speeds: 2 seconds, 1 second, 1/2 second, 1/4 second. I then built a HDR image at each position. In total I took 40 images (2x5x4).