On 18 July 2010, an exhibit called “Stories Behind Banknotes” opened in the atrium of the Hong Kong Pavilion at the Expo 2010 Shanghai China (Shanghai Expo), which will run until 15 August. The Commissioner of the HKSAR Expo Affairs Office, Mr Patrick Chan, and the President and Chief Executive
,, On 9 September 2009, Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) began issuing one million 150-dollar (US$19.35) banknotes to commemorate its 150-year anniversary. The commemorative banknotes is legal tender, but was sold at a premium over face value. A single HK$150 note cost HK$280, a pane of four notes costs HK$1,888,
B820 (P401): 10 dollars (US$1.25) Purple, pink, red, blue, and yellow. Front: Chinese and English text; Bauhinia flower; rearing horse as registration device; geometric designs. Back: Chinese and English text; geometric designs; ribbon, rearing horse; Bauhinia flower. No security thread. Watermark : 10. Printer: (Hong Kong Note Printing Limited).