Annie Leibovitz talks about her exhibition, Women, in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP

Hit list: five things to do in Hong Kong this week (Jun 3 - 9)

Peking duck for two, portraits by Annie Leibovitz in an industrial setting and a local indie documentary among this week’s picks

PONDER the portraits of outstanding women by American photographer Annie Leibovitz at a deserted Kennedy Town factory in Hong Kong
Dan dan noodle in spicy soup at Hay!, Wan Chai.
SLURP down some dan dan noodles at Hay!, a new restaurant in Wan Chai serving affordable Shanghai fare and Peking duck just for two.
Sixteen-year-old student Vicky in a scene from the documentary The Taste of Youth.
WATCH The Taste of Youth , a post-umbrella movement indie documentary which portrays the dreams and despair of Hong Kong’s younger generation.
The Old Monk Bar & Grill, Tsim Sha Tsui. Photo: Nora Tam.
SIT back and indulge in some people-watching over beers (or Irish car bombs) at the laid-back and cosy Old Monk Bar & Grill in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco gives a talk at his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong at the White Cube gallery in Central. Photo: Nora Tam.
CHECK out the watercolours of maverick Mexican contemporary artist Gabriel Orozco, who first made his name by showing an empty shoebox at the Venice Biennale 23 years ago, at White Cube.