The face of Canto-pop star Jacky Cheung Hok-yau has graced the cover of a world-famous magazine, which has included him on its list of the 25 most influential people in Hong Kong after the handover. 'In the music world, I think my music represents the 1980s and 1990s to a certain extent,' Cheung said. 'Foreigners may recognise me as I have received an overseas award and have sold albums abroad.' The list in Time magazine also includes actor Jackie Chan whose films have been successful here and in overseas markets. RTHK has organised a huge concert in August at the former HMS Tamar site in Wan Chai. Performers will include Jacky Cheung Hok-yau, Andy Lau Tak- wah, Leon Lai Ming, Aaron Kwok Fu-shing, Faye Wong Ching-man, Priscilla Chan Wai- han, Kelly Chen Wai-lam, Ekin Cheng Yi-kin, Daniel Chan Hiu- tung, Gordan Chan Siu-chun, Amanda Lee Wai-man, Gigi Leung Wing-kei and Leo Koo Kui-kei. The two-day event starts on August 16 and it will be the last time that site is used for such performances. Commemorative envelopes will be given to audience members. Those attending a special preview of the movie Microcosmos included Sammi Cheng Sau-man, Andy Hui Chi-on, Edmond Leung Hon-man, Daniel Chan Hiu-tung, Gigi Leung Wing-kei and Steve Wong Ka-keung. They were asked to draw their favourite insects in keeping with the theme of the film. Bondie Chiu Hok-yee drew a lifelike cockroach, Leung drew a colourful beetle, while Hui produced a worm portrait. This year's Sports Development Board ambassador is Wong Hop-hei, whose duties will centre on promotion of a healthy image and positive lifestyles among the young. He replaces Daniel Chan Hiu-tung.