Every banker worth the pinstripe on his suit has supped, sipped, or (shoe) shined at the China Club in Central. The turn-of-the-century Shanghai-style clubhouse, conceptualised by David Tang, is also known for its extensive Chinese art collection. In fact, every piece of art found at the China Club is created by Chinese artists – all except one, hidden on the wall of the ladies’ loo on the 13th floor dining room. It is a piece created by painter Andrew Pickersgill, who is a good friend of Tang. The small painting depicts the jazz band of the former Peace Hotel, which used to make annual trips down to Hong Kong to play at the China Club’s anniversary parties. And if you venture into the Club’s library, which features 8,000 books (1,000 of them on Western classical music), check out the painting by Dong Renyong hanging above the fireplace. Lift it gently and you will find that the artist painted on both sides of the board, and Tang had it framed on the back as well.