ART EXHIBITION FOR AIDS ORPHANS
A charity drawing exhibition that aims to raise awareness of children orphaned by Aids in China, is open today (2pm - 8pm), Saturday (10am - 8pm) and Sunday (10am - 7pm) at the Hong Kong Central Library. The event is organised by the Chi Heng Foundation.
The exhibition features 533 selected drawings from the 2007 Living with HIV Charity Drawing Competition.
Young artists will draw portraits for visitors at the exhibition to raise funds. For more information call 2517 0564.
A SLICE OF PARIS ON CAMPUS
Four students from the Associate of Arts in Bilingual Communication Studies (French and English) of the City University of Hong Kong have set up a French cafe, Le Petit Paris, that will be open until March 30 at their Telford campus.
This is part of their final year project, and the aim is to promote French culture and offer original but affordable food, including fresh French pastries, for students.
On Monday, for HK$25 (in advance) or HK$30 (walk-in), students can learn to make chocolate with a chef from fine dining restaurant FINDS in Central. For enquiries, call 9815 6170.
TIMES SQUARE HEADS DOWN UNDER
The A Uniquely Australian Fun Weekend will take place this weekend at Times Square. The event is organised by Tourism Australia, and features a live music performance by Aussie pop group 100% Kylie, a chocolate making show, an Aussie massage demonstration, juggling and a choir performance by the Australian International School.
Travel discount coupon booklets will be available.