INTERNATIONAL Travel Expo Hong Kong will take a third more floor space, a total of 18,000 square metres, this year at the Convention and Exhibition Centre. Newcomers will include the British Tourism Authority, the state of Bahrain, Austrian National Tourism Office, and the Sarawak Tourism Board. The Expo will run from May 30 to June 2. COPENHAGEN plays host this year to a cultural calendar of more than 400 events celebrating artists from around the world and home-grown talents like Hans Christian Andersen as the Danish city serves as Europe's official 1996 Cultural Capital. Copenhagen is the 12th city to assume the title of Cultural Capital. The US$25 million cost of the celebration is being paid by the Danish Government, private foundations and corporate sponsors. THE Disney Institute, a new Walt Disney resort, opened this month in Orlando, Florida. The resort is designed primarily for adults and families with children 10 years and older who want to pursue a variety of hands-on activities ranging from bird-watching to cooking. Holiday-makers can choose from more than 80 programmes in nine areas. Life Styles participants, for instance, can learn about computers, genealogical research and money management. Among the programmes in the Entertainment Arts area are hands-on animation workshops. Facilities at the 457-room lakeside resort include a performance centre, an outdoor amphitheatre, a closed-circuit television and radio station, a fitness centre, tennis courts, swimming pools, an 18-hole championship golf course and a supervised youth centre. Rates, which include programmes and a one-day Disney theme park pass, begin at US$429 a person, double occupancy, for a minimum three-night stay. THE centenary of the first film shown in Britain is being celebrated this year with a number of exhibitions and events. At the Museum of the Moving Image in London there is Cinema 100. This new interactive trail charts a century of movies with multi-media stations throughout the museum that display information about stars, directors, genres and landmarks. The museum is on the South Bank, phone (0171) 401 2636.