What to see: It's hard to tell what the next big trend in Chinese art will be, after the success of classical Chinese realism, which has dominated since the early 1990s, or so-called Chinese pop art, which was popular after the economic reforms of the late 1980s. So it's interesting to see an exhibition that doesn't try to define itself too clearly, but rather leave the message for individual artists to communicate. Modern Sensation is a group show of various faces in contemporary Chinese art, such as Li Hongwei, Zhao Wenhua and Li Guinan (right). It is a show of the individual spirit, rather than a collective trend. November 16 to December 2, Connoisseur Art Gallery, G3, Chinachem Hollywood Centre, 1 Hollywood Road. Central. Mon to Sat 10.30am to 7pm. Sun 12 to 5pm. Tel: 2868 5358 What to see Six different artists, six different disciplines. Mix them all together and you get a production that uses the multi-media approach to tackle issues about the human body. Fragmental Body Trilogy is conceived by one of Hong Kong's most innovative choreographers, Daniel Yeung. He joins forces with fashion designer Salvio Chan, installation artist Steven Pang, video artist Jamsen Law, writer Dung Kai-cheung and sculptor Ho Siu-kee. Forget the old saying that too many cooks spoil the broth. These guys complement each other's strengths and concoct a production that is part theatre, part installation but kept in one piece. November 10 and 11, 8pm, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Studio Theatre, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. $120. Urbtix: 2734 9009 What to hear The Chopin Society of Hong Kong is pulling out all the stops for its biggest programme to date. The Festival of Light comprises a series of concerts and talks on Chopin and piano legend Arthur Rubinstein. There are also master classes and a painting exhibition. Highlights include a concert tribute to Rubinstein tonight, performances of Chopin works by Wing Kong-cham, Ka King-lee, Zho Zhang and Rachel Cheung this Monday, the Greek ensemble The Kamerata on November 13 and a finale with Italian pianist Alessio Bax performing Bartok, Mozart and Ravel on November 15. Tonight until Nov 15, 8pm. All events held at City Hall Concert Hall, 7 Edinburgh Place, Central. $100 to 200: Urbtix 2734 9009. For more information call 2686 0837.