Leslie Cheung celebrated in Hong Kong: rare items to be exhibited for 1st time
Red high heels and white feather suit will be among memorabilia showcased at “Miss You Much Leslie Exhibition” marking 20th anniversary of star’s death.
A pair of red high heels and a white feather suit worn by Hong Kong’s late “King of Cantopop” Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing during concerts in 1997 and 2000 will be exhibited to the public for the first time as part of a collection of memorabilia and awards celebrating his life and work.
The two rare items are on loan from the star’s long-time partner Daffy Tong Hok-tak, and will be showcased at the “Miss You Much Leslie Exhibition” at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum in Sha Tin to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his death on April 1.
Fans can also see an array of music and film awards won by Cheung over his career and provided for the exhibition by Tong.