Hit list: five things to do in Hong Kong and Macau this week (December 9 to 15)

Adults-only art, stand-up comedy from the UK and Macau’s first international film festival on this week’s agenda

PUBLISHED : Friday, 09 December, 2016, 4:16pm
UPDATED : Friday, 09 December, 2016, 4:40pm

WATCH Natalie Portman shine as the widow of assassinated US president JFK in Jackie , just one of the films to catch at Macau’s first international film festival.

LAUGH along to British comedian Bill Bailey’s jokes as he draws on his 20 years as a travelling comedian, when he brings his Larks in Transit tour to Hong Kong on December 14.

TASTE the dim sum, fresh noodles and Peking duck at Dragon Noodles Academy, served in a tongue-in-cheek Chinatown setting.

VISIT British artist Eddie Peake’s rather revealing, adults-only debut Hong Kong show “Where You Belong” at White Cube in Central.

CHECK out the unusual combination of Brazil-themed décor and cocktails and Japanese whiskeys and beer at Hong Kong’s first Nipo-Brazilian bar and restaurant, Djapa in Wan Chai.