25 Christmas spread
For a Christmas extravaganza, head to the Island Shangri La's Children's Christmas Carnival for an enticing buffet spread, face painting, a bouncy castle, gingerbread-making and, of course, a visit from Father Christmas!
When: Christmas Day, 11am-3pm
Where: Island Shangri-La
Price: HK$478/ child (HK$798/ adult) - tickets must be bought in advance from the hotel lobby
Nick Vujicic is back in Hong Kong this month. The famous motivational speaker was born without arms and legs, but he did not let that get in the way of his happiness and ambitions.
As part of his visit, the PMA Music Foundation will present a seminar on December 18 and a walkathon on the following day. After Vujicic's talk on how to dream big, Life Without Limbs will hold a 500-word essay contest. Young Post will publish the winning essay. Students can't enrol themselves in the programme, but their teachers and school staff can call Heidi Tse at 2521 7673 on their behalf. Check out yp.scmp.com for full details.
20 Homemade diva
Hong Kong's very own diva Teresa Carpio is giving a concert featuring traditional Christmas songs and some of her own biggest hits.
When: December 20 and 21, 7.30pm
Tickets: HK$280, HK$380 from HK Ticketing
12 Junior masters
QQ Club's Artz Mania programme presents an exhibition paying tribute to Picasso, Pollock and Kandinsky - with all works by children aged two to six. All proceeds from the event go to Operation Santa Claus.
When: today, 11am-7pm
Where: W10 Gallery, 10 Wellington St, Central