Singer-actor Aaron Kwok Fu-shing turns 47 on Friday, but he's still got what it takes. The youthful-looking star dazzled in a tailored suit on Monday for the opening of Swiss luxury watchmaker Longines' exhibition in Times Square. Kwok had just returned from New York, where he was presented with the Most Outstanding Asian Artist Award at the third edition of the Chinese Film Festival in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. He was overwhelmed by the "early birthday present" and moved by the warm welcome he received from fans in New York. Kwok, as an ambassador for Longines, opened the exhibition, which celebrates the brand's 180th anniversary. Running until Sunday in the mall's atrium, it features 20 timepieces - most of them from the Longines Museum in Saint-Imier. Kwok received another birthday surprise at the opening ceremony - a limited-edition rose gold watch. The golden boy has certainly been showered with gifts in the run-up to his big day. As for his birthday wish, Kwok said he hoped he would keep looking young and fit as he aged. Maybe his girlfriend, model Lynn Xiong Dailin, will find him a wristwatch that ticks backwards.