What's on in Hong Kong
The annual Faust Festival opens this month. There is a huge variety of plays by actors aged four to 18, including Aladdin, The Jungle Book and Epic Fail AKA Harry Potter's Titanic Adventures in the Twilight of 2012 with the Cheerleaders of the Caribbean searching for Nemo under a New Moon with Hannah from Montana.
Visit www.faustworld.com for details.
Hong Kong's most smiley diva, Teresa Carpio, is giving her first concert since 2007. There are only two performances, so fans should get their skates on.
When: May 16-17, 8.15pm
Where: Hong Kong Coliseum
Tickets: HK$180-HK$480 from Urbtix on 2734 9009
Created by three French-Vietnamese artists, Lang Toi (My Village) introduces the audience to Vietnamese culture through acrobatics, juggling and balancing acts as part of Le French May.
When: May 12-13, 8pm
Tickets: HK$90-HK$230 (HK$180-HK$460 for adults) from HK Ticketing
The Peak Galleria Market takes place on the third Sunday of each month - which means it's coming up in a fortnight. It's a great opportunity to spend time outdoors and check out a variety of food, clothes and gifts.
When: May 16, 10am-5pm
Where: Peak Galleria