Admit it or not, most people want to remain a kid at heart. This Peter Pan mentality is everywhere in Hong Kong, from housewives who collect more Barbie dolls than their daughters to yuppie executives with comic books in between their business briefs. Three local thirtysomething designers, Paul Leung Pui-lok (right), Pal Wong Tak-wai and Jason Siu Kwong-tak, have turned their man-child obsessions into an exhibit for the Kidult Festival. The exhibition in the Times Square lobby features more than 100 hand-crafted artistic 30cm action figures. For Leung, the chance to make art with toys is like a return to childhood. 'Everyone is in fact a kidult, though some people try to hold it back. We all have our childhood memories and making these figures perhaps is my way to realise my dreams.' As Leung dreams, women everywhere complain that boys will be boys, even when they're supposed to be men.