Ever wonder what people did for kicks in Hong Kong before shopping malls, nightclubs and the internet? “Hong Kong’s Popular Entertainment” looks back at the activities that have kept people amused over the past 150 years. From dragon dances to horseracing, outdoor Chinese operas to movies, tangible toys to virtual games, the city has seen many changes in entertainment. Jointly presented by Hong Kong Heritage Museum and the Department of History of Hong Kong Baptist University, with many of the artifacts, pictures, documents and audio-visual materials obtained from public bodies and private collections, this retrospective exhibition shows how our idea of fun has changed. A lot.