Picture shows part of the "Henry Moore Sculpture Exhibition" in 1970, the first of its kind at the Hong Kong Museum of Art. The museum organised another Henry Moore exhibition in 1986 with the assistance of the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the Army Air Corps. The huge Henry Moore sculptures were transported by RAF helicopters and displayed on both sides of Victoria Harbour. This unprecedented operation attracted considerable public and media attention, with large crowds of spectators lining the promenades to witness this historical event.