Our editors will be looking ahead today to these developing stories ... Forum to discuss C.Y. Leung's restructuring plans Fanny Law Fan Chiu-fun, head of the chief executive-elect's office, and Ada Wong Ying-kay, chief executive of the Institute of Contemporary Culture, who has been tipped to take up the post of culture minister in Leung Chun-ying's administration, are among the speakers at a seminar this afternoon on the incoming government's restructuring plans. The seminar will be hosted by the Development Forum, which has close ties with Leung. Development chief Carrie Lam to visit Singapore Secretary for Development Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (pictured) visits Singapore today and tomorrow to deliver a speech at the invitation of the Centre for Liveable Cities and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Lam will also meet officials from the city state, the Development Bureau says. Lam's speech will deal with Hong Kong's heritage conservation, but speaking abroad about the city's policy six weeks before Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen's term expires may be a strong hint of her inclusion in the incoming government, in which she has been widely tipped to serve as chief secretary. Minorities official to discuss ethnic harmony State Ethnic Affairs Commission deputy director Danzhu Angben will brief the media on the conservation of ethnic minorities' culture. Following criticism from exiled Tibetans and Uygurs of its administration of the Tibet and Xinjiang autonomous regions, Beijing has stressed that its ethnic policy focuses on harmony and equality. Gambling moguls resume hostilities in Las Vegas The battle between Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada (pictured) and US gambling tycoon Steve Wynn returns to court in Las Vegas, with Okada, a former 20 per cent stakeholder in Wynn Resorts, seeking greater access to its books and records. Wynn says the row was triggered by Okada's plans to open a rival casino resort in the Philippines. Okada, who operates a chain of pachinko parlours in Japan that rake in US$250 billion a year, was in Hong Kong this week to open a 25,000 sq ft dining complex at the Harbourfront Landmark in Hung Hom, the first step in an expansion plan throughout Asia. Congress to focus on post-Fukushima nuclear power The annual China Nuclear Energy Congress, a two-day event held each year since 2005, opens in Beijing with 1,600 delegates in attendance. Organisers say this year's conference will discuss the resumption of China's nuclear energy programme 'after gaining experience from Fukushima', Japan's main nuclear power station that was hit by a tsunami on March 11 last year. Other topics will include the world's supply of uranium, the main source of nuclear fuel, and the future of nuclear energy. Airport Authority to unveil 'green' aprons The Airport Authority is arranging a media tour of Hong Kong International Airport's parking aprons for airliners, to show off what it calls its latest green measures. Authority chief executive Stanley Hui Hon-chung (pictured) has pledged that it will turn Chek Lap Kok into 'the world's greenest airport' but the authority's determination to build a third runway has raised doubts about the airport's ability to meet air-quality standards that will come into force in 2014.