KUNG Hei Fat Choi! Here comes the Lunar New Year holiday! How much lucky money do you expect to get this year? Well, it doesn't really matter, the most important thing is to have fun, right? So, here we go! Shirley Kwan will share the spirit of the new year with her fans at the Sha Tin Town Hall on Friday and the Tuen Mun Town Halls on Saturday. This one shouldn't be missed! The concerts will begin in the hall auditoriums at 8 pm and tickets are at $220, $170, $130 and $80. If Western classical music is more your scene and you are wanting to brush up on your knowledge of it, join Jimmy Siu for a lively lecture on the topic. The lecture will include the music and history of classical masters like Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, and many others. The address, in Cantonese, will start at 8 pm in Lecture Room I. Admission is $30. If you would like to head off on an outing the whole family will enjoy, take in the Orchid Exhibition, presented by the Hong Kong Oriental Orchid Association. The exhibition will be held from 2 pm to 7 pm on Friday and from 9 am to 7 pm on Saturday and Sunday. A wide variety of oriental orchids will be on display in the Cultural Activities Hall of the Sha Tin Town Hall. Admission is $10. For a touch of the Blues, take time out to cool off at the Art Centre this Friday night. Local singer Martin Sammy Kanu - famous for his 'One-man-Band' - will present 'Martin Sings B. B. King Songbook', which is part of the Centre's 'Songs of the Night - Jazz and Blues Series'. Martin is an accomplished guitarist and keyboard player who has his roots in rhythm and blues. Martin will perform a collection of songs by one of the most influential rhythm and blues artists of the century, Blues Boy King (B. B. King), who has won praise from guitarists Johnny Winter and Eric Clapton. The programme will include The Thrill is Gone, How Blue Can You Get, Lucille, Ain't Nobody Home, The Blues Come Over Me and Humming Bird. The show starts at 8.30 pm and will be held in the small park outside the Hong Kong Arts Centre. Admission is free. To celebrate the centenary of the birth of cinema, the British Film Institute and Museum of Modern Art in New York are jointly presenting a series of documentaries. The programme starts on Friday. The films will be shown at the Arts Centre's Lim Por-yen Film Theatre and tickets cost $50. For further details, call 2824-2550.