Art lovers can get a taste of the territory's past at an exhibition at Hong Kong Museum of Art. 'The Art of Lee Byng' features more than 50 works by the artist. Lee was born in China and studied art in Canada. He moved to Hong Kong in 1930 and took part in activities organised by local art groups. In the mid-1950s, he went back to Canada to paint watercolours. He also ventured into ceramic art and attempted Chinese ink painting. The artist's favour for outdoor sketching captures nostalgic scenes of old Hong Kong including the fishing port at Aberdeen and the wall of Kowloon City. The pictures were gathered together by Lee Byng's children. The exhibition runs until Sunday. The museum opens from 10 am to 6 pm, Tuesdays to Saturday, and from 1 pm to 6 pm on Sundays. Admission is $10 (half-price for senior citizens, the disabled and full-time students).