FAMILY Puppetry Workshop for Families: North District Town Hall, Sheung Shui, and Ming Ri Children Arts Theatre. Tomorrow, 11am. Adults $60, Children $30. In Cantonese. Tel 2742 2966 for this and weekly drama-in-education workshops to be held throughout the month. Sustainable Development Community Fair: organised by the HKSAR government and NGOs. Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza, Tsim Sha Tsui. Next Saturday, 10am-6pm. All schools, parents and public welcome. Tel 3150 8186. SCHOOLS Educationally Positive Homes: UK psychologist Professor Joan Freeman leads a series of seminars for teachers and parents on topics such as developing high level potential in schools and creating an optimal educational home environment. Organised by the British Council. British Council, Admiralty, and HKIEd, Tai Po, Friday and Saturday. For seminar details and times tel 2913 5112 or visit www.britishcouncil.org.hk HIGHER Seminar: Asian Venture Capital and Mobile Technology/Services Trends: organised by the Department of Information and Systems Management, HKUST. Speaker Greg Tarr, GT Ventures. Padma and Hari Harilela Lecture Theatre (LT C), HKUST. Today, 1.30pm-2.15pm. Tel 2358 7656 or visit www.bm.ust.hk/ismt/seminars/index.html Seminar on Chinese Medical Treatment for Headache: organised by the School of Chinese Medicine, HKBU and Hong Kong Public Libraries. Speaker Dr Zhang Shi-ping. Extension Activities Room, 8/F Public Library, City Hall, Central. Today, 2pm-3pm. Cantonese. Tel 2921 2649. Public Lecture: Reform of the Criminal Justice System and Protection of Human Rights in PRC - Entrapment in Criminal Investigation: School of Law, CityU. Speaker Professor Jiahong He. Room P5401, Purple Zone, Academic Building. Thursday, 12.30pm-2pm. Tel 2788 8008. Seminar on Teachers' Responses to Standard-based Reform - an International Perspective: HKIEd. Speaker Professor Ivor Goodson, University of East Anglia. HKIEd, Tai Po, Thursday 2pm-4pm. Tel 2948 7705. Conference on Literature for Children and Language Teaching: Department of Chinese, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Tai Po, Friday and Saturday, 9am-5pm. In Cantonese and Putonghua. Tel 2948 8051 or visit http://home.ied.edu.hk/clclt Seminar: 2003/2004 Humanities Postgraduate Programmes: organised by the Division of Humanities, HKUST. Speakers: faculty members. Chow Tak Sin Lecture Theatre (LT G), Chia-Wei Woo Academic Concourse, next Saturday, 2pm-4pm. Chinese and English. Tel 2358 7786. CONTINUING First International Conference on Energy Efficiency and Conservation: jointly organised by HKPC and others. Speaker Stephen S. K. Ip, Secretary for Economic Development and Labour, HKSAR Government. Conrad Hotel, Wednesday to Friday, 8.45am-5.45m. Tel 2788 5308. Ming Ri Institute of Arts Education Ltd - Drama Training Workshop: Tai Po Civic Centre, Friday, and January 24, 7.30pm. $550. In Cantonese. Tel 2268 7323. Information Session - MA in Women's Studies, MPhil and PhD in Gender Studies: organised by the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Room 422, Sino Building, Chung Chi College, CUHK. Next Saturday, 2.30-4pm. Tel 2609 7679, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . EXHIBITIONS Image and Visual Expression - Children and Youth's Arts Exhibition 2003. Hong Kong Visual Arts Society of Youth and Children. Exhibition Gallery, Sha Tin Town Hall. Today, 2pm-7pm; tomorrow, 9am-6pm. Tel 9237 3360. LOOKING AHEAD Distinguished Industrialists Lecture Series - Biotechnology the Catalyst of Hong Kong's Future Economic Development? Faculty of Science and Engineering, CityU. Speaker Professor Y. L. Lo, president of Perkin Elmer Life Sciences. Multi-media Conference Room, 4/F Cheng Yick-chi Building, CityU, January 20, 5pm-6pm. In Cantonese. Tel 2788 8467. Distinguished Lecture Series - Novel Phenomena in Dilute Electron Systems in 2D. Background and Some Recent Results: Department of Physics, HKUST. Speaker Professor Myriam P. Sarachik, City University, New York. Chow Tak Sin Lecture Theatre (LT G), HKUST, January 21, 4.30pm. Tel Loiuza Law, 2358 7506 Seminar on Chinese Medicine: Health Tips Against Hypertension: organised by HKBU. Speaker Wai Ming, instructor, School of Chinese Medicine, Baptist Road campus. January 25. Tel 3411 2968/88. Chinese Music Virtuosi Concert: organised by PolyU and Hong Kong Arts Festival. PolyU Jockey Club Auditorium, February 28, 8pm. Tickets $80-$120 from Ticketek. June Yuen, tel 2766 4928. Send listings to Ian Watson, Education, 16/F, Somerset House, Taikoo Place, 979 King's Road, Quarry Bay. Fax 2811 1048, e-mail email@example.com - deadline is noon Tuesday.