Old Hong Kong springs back to life in exhibition

Booth simulating barber shop from the 50s and 60s

Hong Kong’s creative hub, PMQ, is inviting visitors to step back into the old days of Hong Kong with through exhibits including illustrations, real-life props and trick art.

The exhibition will run until March 31, focused on the scenes and neighbourhood of Hong Kong’s Central and Sheung Wan in the 50s and 60s, including through recreations of a traditional barbershop (Verandah outside S506) and lion dance parade (Verandah outside H502).

Booth simulating barber shop from the 50s and 60s

As well, starting mid-February, the Time Warp Trick Art Installation will use optical illusion techniques to mimic the street scenes as viewed from a balcony of the former Police Married Quarters.

From mid-February onwards, overseas visitors visiting PMQ can redeem a set of paper doll souvenir by presenting valid travel document at PMQ Info Centre (SG01).

The exhibition is open for free from 07.00 to 23.00 daily during the exhibition period.

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