PUBLISHED : Sunday, 12 June, 2011, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 12 June, 2011, 12:00am


30 Art attack

Lush HK and Sharksavers present a multimedia exhibition highlighting the horrors of shark finning. And on Tuesday at noon, Lush employee and performance artist Alice Newstead will be suspended by shark hooks to illustrate the creatures' suffering.

When: June 14-19

Where: Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre

Free admission

16 Legendary smell

An exhibition on the history of perfume from the French Expert of Perfumery as well as an olfactory workshop. This exhibition follows the travellers who discovered essential oils and spices which led to Grasse's booming industry in the 17th century.

When: Until June 16

Where: Pacific Place

Free admission

17 Business heads

We have 10 spots for YP Junior Reporters at the Ivey Pre-University Summer Programme 2011, which is running July 3-18 and open to students in the last two years of high school, or first year of university, looking to study business.

For a chance to score a place, visit yp.scmp.comOver to YouReporters ClubAssignments and Workshops

19 Thrice as nice

The last concert of the summer season at Discovery College takes place next Sunday, with two piano trios performed by talented young musicians. The autumn concerts begin September 11.

When: June 19, 3pm

Where: Discovery College, Discovery Bay

Tickets: HK$50 (HK$100 for adults) on the door

26 Sing in the sun

J-pop favourite YUI will be performing her well-loved tracks for her contingent of Hong Kong fans.

When: June 26, 8pm

Where: AsiaWorld Expo

Tickets: HK$380-HK$780 from HK Ticketing on 31 288 288