The Hong Kong YWCA Chinese Orchestra will perform 'The Thrill of Chinese Wind and Percussion Music' concert at the Sha Tin Town Hall Auditorium at 8 pm on April 28. Under the baton of Jing Jianshu, the orchestra will be accompanied by suona/guanzi soloist Lo Wai-leung, dizi soloist Cheng Yuk, and percussionist Leung Ching-kit. The concert will include the premiere performance of ensemble piece Overture of Celebration Memories, King Qin Smashing the Battle-line for percussion, wind and orchestra, The Golden Sands, Local Customs Along the Yellow River Suite No 1 for dizi, suona, guanzi and orchestra, suona solo The Joy of Bumper Harvest, and dizi solo Spring in the Pamirs. Tickets priced at $120, $90 and $60 (students, half-price) are now available at all Urbtix outlets. Programme enquiries: 2734 2935. Reservations: 2734 9009. Wan Chai is one of Hong Kong's most colourful districts, with its curious mixture of old and new buildings and the everyday collision of East and West at almost any intersection - a fitting venue for the upcoming festival of the arts and culture organised by the Wan Chai District Cultural Festival Co- ordinating Committee. The Wan Chai District Cultural Festival includes the 'Design Wan Chai Past and Future' exhibition presented by Hong Kong Arts Centre and Hong Kong Institute of Architects. This exhibit is designed to focus on what the residents of Wan Chai expect in the future, as revealed by surveys. Results are on display in the Experimental Gallery, Hong Kong Arts Centre from 10 am to 6.30 pm daily until May 1. Apart from the research, kindergartens and primary pupils have been invited to create their own future for the district. Their drawings are on show in the atrium, Hong Kong Arts Centre from 9 am to 1 pm. Admission is free. The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club organises sailing and rowing courses at various levels for both adults and youths. Interested parties may call 2349 7887 for more information or send email enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org The South China Sea Outrigger Club runs competitive and recreational paddling programmes in Sai Kung. Novice and veteran paddlers are welcome to join. For more information, email: email@example.com Song from the Highland features the paintings of mainland artists Yang Keshan and Au Yeung Hing-kee. Yang trained at the Central Academy of Fine Arts. His paintings of Tibet comprise part of the show. Au started his formal training when he was 10. His career has embraced TV, film and publishing. Their combined works are on display at the Cathay Fine Art, Room 709, Yu Yuet Lai Building 43-55 Wyndham Street, Central from 11 am to 6 pm (Monday to Saturday - closed Sundays and public holidays) until April 28. Free admission.