THIS week's activities range from a colourful fun fair to an avant garde art exhibition. Guitar music lovers will continue to have their share following the Flamenco Guitar Concert at Tsuen Wan yesterday. John William and Gerald Garcia will be on stage at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall tonight. Guitar for Two will include all-time favourites like Granados' Intermezzo , Mertz's Hungarian Fantasie and de Falla's Spanish Dance. The concert will start at 8 pm. Tickets are $250, $200, $150 and $100. As for Chinese music lovers, you may head over to the Tsuen Wan Town Hall at 8 tonight. The Hong Kong Juvenile and Youth Chinese Orchestra will give a concert at the Cultural Activities Hall. Tickets are at $60. The South Africa Consulate is holding the Celebrate South Africa in Hong Kong Country Fair - 1995 at Kowloon Park near the Nathan Road entrance from 11am to 9pm today. They do this through nightly concerts from 6pm to 9pm, exhibitions of African arts and crafts, Zulu rickshaws, breathtaking travel, property and environmental exhibitions. There are also video walls, photo spots and a regional food, wine and beer garden. Free admission. Hong Kong has been described as a 'cultural desert' and said to be lost in or influenced by both Chinese and Western culture. Lau Sheung-yeung tries to reorganise what he knows about 'Hong Kong culture' and depict it with his Hot/Pot Culture through a stew including photography, video and music. The exhibition is running at the Fringe Gallery until Friday. Admission is free. Another exhibition is about Ethnic China. Michael Luszczak, a landscape designer, tries to infuse his ideas into the life of the ethnic groups he saw. The exhibition will be held at the Heineken Gallery until this Wednesday. Martin Choy is giving his clarinet recital at the Heineken Gallery and he names it Abend Musik. He will play both classical and contemporary pieces. The concert will begin at 6.15 pm tomorrow. Tickets are at $30 and admission is free for Fringe members. The Arts Centre is holding the Black American Film Festival '95. Tickets are at $50 and $25 (for students). For details call 2582-0200. Ancient Tunes of Qin and Xiao will be presented by the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and musicians Li Xiangting (guqin), Chin Kwok-wai (percussion) and Tam Po-shek (dongxiao). The concert will start at 8pm at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall on Friday and Saturday.