Costumes and personal items belonging to Lydia 'Fei Fei' Sum Tin-ha go on display today in a museum exhibition dedicated to the memory of the film and television star. The family of the entertainer, nicknamed 'Fatty', donated almost 350 items to the Heritage Museum and about 150 of them will be included in the opening today. They include 22 costumes that Sum (also known as Lydia Shum) wore in television and charity shows across a five-decade career. One such costume dates back to 1987, when Fei Fei filmed the comedy It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World, about a housewife winning the Mark Six. Fans can also see Sum's trademark wigs and black-frame glasses, listen to her songs, watch footage of her television shows and leave her goodwill messages. Also included are awards, posters, photographs and magazines. Sum died of cancer last year at the age of 62. Museum curator Jeremy Hui Siu-mui said that when the exhibition ended in February next year some items would be returned to the family, but most would be stored at the museum for future exhibitions and studies of popular culture. Joyce Cheng Yan-yee, Sum's daughter, said the exhibition had been under preparation for a year and she was happy that her mother's belongings would be given a good home. 'Mum has taught me to share 'the good things', and I hope to share my memories of her with people around the city through this exhibition,' she said. Dozens of Sum's friends in the entertainment industry, including veteran television stars Lee Hong-kam and Natalis Chan Pak-Cheung, and singer Jacky Cheung Hok-yau, attended the opening ceremony yesterday. Many of her friends said Sum's image of being a 'Happy Fruit' - another of her nicknames - and a caring friend would remain in their hearts. Visitors will pay only the museum's standard entry fee of HK$10.