Our City. Our Stories
'People's Wall' showcases a mosaic of people who have called Hong Kong their home. Still images, artefacts, performance videos and short interviews about historical figures as well as present-day people from every walk of life make up this space, showing their contribution to this dynamic city. ‘Hong Kong Life’ features local themes from law and order to street foods. The ‘City of Talents’ showcases both famous and ordinary people who helped shape Hong Kong’s success in various fields from science and medicine to culture and entertainment. ‘What Hong Kong means to me’ records people’s thoughts on what is significant about Hong Kong.
'Watermelon ball' is a red-white plastic ball created and manufactured in Hong Kong. By inserting the plastic raw materials into a specialised machine by hands, it produces unqiue pattern for each ball. During the 1960-70s, 'Watermelon ball' was the famous past time game for children.
Barbie was born in 1959, and she is a good example of manufacturing through a global supply chain. By the mid-1990s, her body parts and cotton clothing were made in China, moulds and pigments were from the U.S., nylon hair from Japan, and the plastic for her body was from Taiwan.
On loan from Toys ‘R’ Us / Fung (1937) Management Limited
玩具反斗城 ∕ 馮氏（1937）管理有限公司借展
HKMM’s Special ‘Made in Hong Kong: Our City. Our Stories’ Exhibition is ended.
HSBC is a proud sponsor of the ‘Made in Hong Kong: Our City. Our Stories’ Special Exhibition, helping support and celebrate Hong Kong, where the business has roots now and in the future, and its diverse community as it continues to fulfil its hopes and realise its ambition.