- My impression regarding the Banana Kid exhibition is: this installation is a magic! The technique Douglas has applied to communicate with the audience is well executed. He is dealing with a very serious and sensitive issue in the Australian community, i.e. racial discrimination. However, the parody employed in his works was tactically reflecting on ‘Aussie culture’ and had the visitors giggling in their hearts. Obviously, it touches the hearts of a number of audiences, especially the Australian Chinese migrants. I’m glad that I have managed to see it after recommended by my colleague. It is much more exciting than what I have been told and expected. The craftsmanship of the Banana-kids is superb. Absolutely fascinating! It is a pity that the Museum did not advertised and promoted it earlier as it usually does for other exhibitions! Such a great exhibition should have lasted for another month at least since most of us have to work on weekdays and sometimes even weekend. Many of my friends have to give it a miss. It is great for the Museum extend the opening hours one day a week next February.