Disc jockey Miguel Choi Hong-nin denied allegations that he had beaten his girlfriend Celia Sze. She was sent to hospital on Monday. She said she fell off a stool and hit her head. Choi said he was working late that night and vigorously denied allegations that he had beaten his girlfriend. 'I was sad that the press described me as an unwelcome person who . . . treated my girlfriend with violence,' he said. Singer Andy Hui Chi-on is to hold a series of concerts in July. He is inviting good friends such as William So Wing-hong, Sammi Cheng Sau-man and Dicky Cheung Wai-kin for the six shows. 'It's nice to have some good friends supporting me in the shows. I don't mind what they are going to say, they can even talk about my love affairs to make a better atmosphere.' He said he would also be wearing specially designed clothes for the shows. The organiser said more shows would be arranged if there was a good response. Some children with cancer are spending their holidays Down Under this week with singer Vivian Lai Shui-yan. They will visit hospitals for children with cancer and animal protection zones there. 'I really enjoy helping under- privileged people and letting them gain more life experience,' Lai said. 'I used to send my applications to visit Third World countries, but I didn't receive any replies,' she said. Lai said she had originally planned to go to Japan this week to buy equipment for the new golf training centre she had recently opened.