The List

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 15 March, 2008, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 15 March, 2008, 12:00am

Schools & Families

St Teresa's Kindergarten Open Day: 1 Tung Tau Wan Road, Stanley (behind St Anne's Church). Today, 1pm-4pm. Tel 2813 8567; e-mail

Special Easter courses: common entrance, I/GCSE, AS/A Level or IB exam. HK Institute of Languages special exam revision classes. [2] Easter workshops for children 3-12. Tel 2877 6160; HKIL, 5/F, Wellington Plaza, Central.

Higher & Continuing

Enhancing communication in health care: the effect of the media on young people's health. HKBU dept of communication studies. Speakers William Chui, Society of Hospital Pharmacists of HK; Prof Kara Chan and Dr Regina Chen Yiru, HKBU and Mr Leung Kam-tao, HK Society for Rehabilitation. Harilela Lecture Theatre 203, WLB Building, Shaw Campus. Today, 3.30pm-4.50pm. [2] Crisis management and communication in healthcare organisations: speakers Grace Lam, ExxonMobil HK Ltd; C.K. Lau, editor, South China Morning Post; Dr Flora Hung, HKBU and Cheung Tak-hai, Alliance for Patients' Mutual Help Organisations. Same date and venue, 5pm-6.20pm. Tel 3411 7224/7832.

IDP pathway to a degree: HK Conference & Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai. Today and tomorrow, March 15-16, midday-6pm. Tel 2827 6362; e-mail

A contractual choice of law clause in international financial transactions: HKU Faculty of Law talk. Speaker Prof Jan Dalhuisen, King's College, London and HKU. Monday, 1pm-2pm. Room 303, KK Leung Building, HKU. Tel 2859 2941; e-mail

The Gulf of Tongking: a mini-Mediterranean? LingnanU Dept of History seminar. Room G01, Main Building. Prof Roderich Ptak, Ludwig-MaximiliansU, Munich. Monday, 4.30pm-6pm. Tel 2616 8339.

Climate change: British Council dialogue. Christine Loh joins UK and local experts in debate. British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty. Monday. For times, tel 2913 5100.

Marketing as relationship: core cultural meaning of the metaphor 'across cultures'. CityU Dept of Marketing research seminar. Speaker Prof Clyde Warden, National Chung HsingU, Taiwan. Room G7534, Green Zone, Academic Building, CityU. Tuesday, 11am-midday. E-mail

Language teacher identities. HKU Faculty of Education. Speaker Dr Matthew Clarke. Hui Oi Chow Science Building, LG01, HKU. Wednesday, 12.45pm-2pm.

Comparative perspectives on digital copyright reform. HKU Faculty of Law seminar. Chair: Prof Peter Yu, DrakeU; speakers Prof Jeremy de Beer, OttawaU; Drs Xue Hong and Kevin Pun, and Asst. Prof Rebecca MacKinnon, HKU. Theatre 6, Meng Wah Complex, HKU. Wednesday, 6.30pm-8pm. Tel 2859 2941; e-mail

HKU Development and Alumni Affairs Office talk. Speaker Dr Sen Genshitsu, former grand master of Urasenke. Rayson Huang Theatre, HKU. Thursday, 5.30pm-8.30pm. E-mail

National emergencies and necessities: Do they and should they relieve states of their investment obligations? CityU School of Law 15th Annual Goff Arbitration Lecture. Speaker Prof Michael Reisman, Yale Law School. HK International Arbitration Centre, 38/F, Two Exchange Square, Central. Thursday, 5.45pm-7pm. Tel Rita Wong, 2788 7098; e-mail

Exhibitions & Events

HKUST Arts Festival: Passion. Photographic Society/HK Institute of Professional Photographers exhibition. Chia-Wei Woo Academic Concourse, HKUST. Tuesday, 4pm to March 28, noon. [2] Rendezvous Musique: University Choir. Exposition Hall, Tuesday, 7pm-8.30pm. Tel 2358 6149.

Windpipe Chinese Ensemble. Chong Yuet Ming Amenities Centre Theatre, HKU. Wednesday, 6.30pm-8pm. E-mail

Small potatoes - BA in Applied and Media Arts graduation show: School of Professional Education and Executive Development/Hong Kong Art School. 5/F Pao Gallery, HK Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai. Until March 25, 10am-8pm. Tel Ken Wong, 9754 9537; e-mail:

Expansion for excellence: HKUST's 2020 Campus exhibition. Ping Yuan and Tang Gallery, Lee Shau Kee Library. Until March 31, 8am-9pm.

East and West workshops: CUHK United College art and cultural activities. Wednesdays until April 9. Various times. Tel 2609 7455/7598.

Centre for Chinese Archaeology and Art: exhibitions on recent research activities. Gallery IV, Art Museum, CUHK. Until April 30, Monday to Sunday, 10am-5pm. [2] The earliest jade earrings in the world. Gallery III, same date and times. [3] The studio and the altar: Daoist art in China. Gallery I. Until May 11. Tel 2609 7416.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Natural History Museum of London/British Council promotion. Special Exhibition Hall, HK Science Museum. Until May 1. Tel 2732 3232.

The art of Chinese wooden stands: The Songde Tang collection. HKU Museum and Art Gallery exhibition. Until June 16, 9.30am-6pm. E-mail Joan Ho,