Exhibitions Once Upon A Time . . . Mainland-based painter Li Yousong thrives on multiple influences, reflecting Caravaggio as much as Chinese folk art. Using oils and pastels, his portraits are richly detailed - usually on imaginary, cross-cultural settings from the late 19th to early 20th centuries. Schoeni Art Gallery, 21-31 Old Bailey St, Central. Inquiries: 2869 8802. Until Mar 26 Jin Feng And Zhou Xiaohu By combining traditional aesthetics - wood carvings and clay sculptures - with modern forms such as video and action art, these two mainland artists produce work that bridges cultures and political ideologies. Hanart TZ Gallery, 202 Henley Building, 5 Queen's Rd Central. Inquiries: 2526 9019. Until Mar 29 Rolling Stones: Ron Wood Exhibition Coinciding with the forthcoming Rolling Stones concert in Hong Kong, J Gallery hosts a show featuring pictures by bassist Ron Wood of his bandmates and the stellar musicians with whom he has worked. J Gallery, 6/F, 32 Wellington St, Central. Inquiries: 2369 9062. Tomorrow until Mar 31 Stage Pinocchio Hong Kong Dance Company presents family entertainment with a dance drama based on Carlo Collodi's children's tale. The performance is the brainchild of artistic director Jiang Huaxuan. Tomorrow and Sat, 7.30pm; Sun, 3pm. Cultural Centre Grand Theatre. $90-$200 Urbtix. For further information, tel: 3103 1810 Night Scene Morcheeba Laid-back lounge lotharios Morcheeba are touring China as part of a British Council-sponsored drive to promote talent in the region. Sadly, they won't be playing in Hong Kong. Tomorrow, 9.30pm. True Colour Theme Music Restaurant, Shenzhen. 60 yuan (HK$56). HK bookings and inquiries: HMV Media (Hong Kong), tel: 2504 3669; Love Da Records, tel: 2264 1025 or visit www.britishcouncil.org.cn Film Canadian Film Festival The opening Atanarjuat The Fast Runner is the first feature-length drama to be written, produced, directed and acted entirely by Inuits (Eskimos). A fascinating glimpse into a lifestyle that embraces the perpetual Arctic light and freezing conditions courtesy of director Zacharias Kunuk, it explores a 4,000-year legend of betrayal and revenge, class and gender, and power struggles. The film won the Camera d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival 2001 and also the Best Canadian Feature Film at that year's Toronto International Film Festival. Today, 7.15pm. Theatre, City Hall. $40 Urbtix. For further informtion, tel: 2734 2949 Extra-curricular Challenges And Lessons From The World's Toughest Yacht Race Yachting is a deceptively draining sport - both physically and mentally - at the best of times. Dickon Purvis was watch-leader on the winning yacht in the 2000-2001 BT Global Challenge, beating 11 other amateur crews through 20-metre waves, icebergs and very little sleep. Even more impressive is the fact that Purvis had little previous experience. He shares his fascinating tale at this special luncheon. Mar 27, 12.30pm. Foreign Correspondents' Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. $170 ($150 members). Reservations and inquiries: tel: 2521 1511 or e-mail email@example.com For a complete listings service visit totallyhk.scmp.com.