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Free exhibit on life and work of Anita Mui has 300,000th visitor

07 July 2024


Anita Mui's iconic white gown which she wore at a concert

The ongoing exhibit at Heritage Museum featuring the life and times of Hong Kong superstar Anita Mui had its 300,000th visitor on Friday, July 5.

In honor of the occasion, Secretary for Culture, Sports and Tourism Kevin Yeung, and prominent fashion and image designer and Mui’s close friend Eddie Lau, visited the museum to present a special gift pack to the landmark visitor, Miss Wong.

The souvenir pack included an exhibition poster autographed by Lau, a souvenir designed by him, an exhibition postcard, souvenirs of the "Hong Kong Pop 60+" exhibition, and two complimentary tickets of the "ART!ON POP" concert.


The lucky recipient is said to come from a family of museum lovers and holds passes for museums run by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.

Before visiting HKHM in Shatin, Miss Wong’s family also visited the Hong Kong Museum of History and Hong Kong Science Museum located in Tsim Sha Tsui.

Miss Wong said she loved Mui’s unique voice, singing skills and her movie "Wu Yen". Miss Wong was also deeply impressed by the costumes on display at the Timeless Diva: Anita Mui" exhibition especially the white wedding gown worn by Mui at her last concert in 2003.

The exhibition showcases 70 sets of precious items relating to the late diva, including Lau’s generous donation, including two iconic costumes she wore for a concert and another for an awards rites; trophies she won in music and films, and autographed vinyl records.

Videos of Mui's ever-changing images in music and movies are also featured at the exhibition.

Visitors may be able to listen to Mui's radio interviews while visiting the show

Visitors can scan the QR codes in the gallery to listen to Mui's radio interviews in the 1980s and 1990s to understand her thoughts and stories since her debut as a singer.

The public may enter for free at the exhibition which will run until September 2.

For details of the exhibition, please visit

Apart from the Mui showcase the HKHM also includes as part of its permanent exhibition "Hong Kong Pop 60+", various stage costumes and personal items of a number of the city’s superstars, including Leslie Cheung and Wong Ka-kui.


A new exhibition "A Laugh at the World: James Wong" will also be launched by the HKHM starting on July 17. The 140 or so exhibition pieces will include museum collections and loan exhibits, and aims to  show Wong's contributions to music, film, television, advertising, literature and more.

It will also demonstrate the cultural integration of his works, as well as how he translated traditional contents into contemporary pop culture creations.

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