People . Chair - Works By Freeman Lau

Freeman Lau transforms everyday chairs into tools with which he can demonstrate the quirks of humanity. Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong City Hall Low Block, Edinburgh Place, Central. Inquiries: 2724 8182. Until Sunday

Photographs Of Hong Kong, Macau And China 1860-1960

A series of photos from the days when you could breathe without a mask. The collection is culled from Dennis George Crow's collection and features intriguing snapshots of days gone by. 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, 10 Chancery Lane, G/F, SoHo, Central. Inquiries: 2810 0065 Until Apr 8

Jiangnan Revisited


Yu Xiaohui has a startling ability to create watercolours of crystal precision. Interpreting the scenery along the Shanxi River in Jiangnan, his work radiates vitality. Galerie du Monde, 328 Pacific Place, 88 Queensway. Mon-Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 12pm-5pm. Until May 1

Cha Chan Teng

Photographer Rick Martin's obsession with cha chan teng, Hong Kong's old local cafes, resulted in an artful reclamation of an everyday institution. Martin's eye allows the tatty teahouses to radiate a sense of heritage. John Batten Gallery, 64 Peel St, Central. Inquiries: 2854 1018 or [email protected]. Until Apr 12



Marco Szeto is a globetrotting Hong Kong artist whose works are infused with a feeling unique to the spot he is painting. This exhibition takes examples from the many places he has visited, from Mexico to Southeast Asia to Africa. Yan Gallery, 77 Wyndham St, Central. Inquiries: 2139 2345. Until Apr 17

City Heroes

Photographer Leong Ka-tai's attempt to find the 'true heart' of the city by capturing its ordinary people on film. The 40 snapshots of individuals who personify the story of Hong Kong moves to a new venue each week this month. Today: HSBC Bldg, 1 Queen's Rd, Central (street level). Apr 11-14: LG2, Festival Walk, Kowloon Tong. Inquiries: 2521 1751 or [email protected]


Grand Canyon


One of the seven natural wonders of the world, Arizona's Grand Canyon can be witnessed in this 37-minute Omnimax spectacular, which zooms in on the wildlife native to the area, skims across the terrain and rides the rapids of the Colorado river. Daily. Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Rd, TST. Inquiries: 2724 9075. Until Sep 29


Eduardo Fernandez

The Uruguayan guitar maestro performs in a concert presented by the Chopin Society of Hong Kong. Fernandez, who has played the instrument since he was seven, has won numerous competitions with recordings that have made him a household name in the guitar world. The programme includes works such as Edison Denisov's Sonata and Gentil Montana's Suite No 2. Fernandez will also hold masterclasses on Apr 11, 12 and 13. To enrol, e-mail the Chopin Society. The concert is scheduled to take place on Apr 10 at 8pm, at the City Hall Concert Hall. $150-$100 Urbtix. Bookings and inquiries: [email protected] (masterclass) or 2868 0837

Musique Populaire

A concert of short favourites from the 20th century, it features four talented musicians, including Hong Kong-born violinist Lee Chui-tan, Australian guitarist Christopher Gordon, Russian mezzo-soprano Elena Katygorokh and Shirley Ip on piano. The programme includes Russian folk songs and works by Kreisler, Villa-Lobos, Gershwin and Piazzolla. Apr 12, 8.30pm. Shouson Theatre, Arts Centre. Inquiries: 3017 0888

Comet In Moominland

One of the most offbeat children's series in the past 20 years, The Moomins charted the story of Moomintroll and Snufkin and their absurd escapades. Here they are brought back to life in a highly ambitious tabletop puppet play produced by the Canadian Manitoba Theatre for Young People as part of the Family Series. Apr 12-20, 2.3pm, 7.30pm. In Cantonese and English (check before booking). City Hall. $130 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2268 7323

An Evening Of Drum, Dizi, Wind And String Music

The Chinese Music Company of Hong Kong brings together professional players of Chinese music. Here they present solos and recitals featuring the yangqin of Chan Pik-yuk, the jinghu of Wong Lok-ting and the erhu of Tong Leung-tak. Apr 13, 8pm. Studio Theatre, Cultural Centre, TST. $100 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2268 7321

Night Scene

One Last Time

The Glide and Swerve crew - known for their outrageous get-ups and antics - present their final party in Hong Kong. Featuring a dazzling array of vinyl controllers (not to be referred to as DJs), dancers, vocalists and percussionists, Eric Byron is joined by Chris Sorensen. The night will represent a first for the Hong Kong clubbing scene: original club music will be performed on stage by the Glide and Swerve boys. Today, 10.30pm-late. The Edge, G/F The Centrium, 60 Wyndham St, Central. $150. Inquiries: 2523 6690

Ultimate Junk

DJ Kulu has realised his feel-good Sunday night music club is perfect junk-party material. Rocking the boat during a three-hour cruise will be the Ultra Lounge crew with a live mixture of funk, jazz and hip-hop. The voyage includes food, an open bar and a 2-for-1 offer until 1am at Liquid upon your return. Apr 12, 9pm. Queen's Pier, Central. $390 Cityline. Inquiries: 2865 5919


What Is Wellness?

A fitting question in the current climate. Hong Kong Heartbeat invites you to join in a healthy breakfast with Dr Anthony Perillo and local New Age guru Kinzie. With the idea of 'bringing wellness to our community' the session offers 'a nutritious balanced breakfast' and an interactive seminar presentation. In English. Tomorrow, 8.30am-10.30am. Post 97, Lan Kwai Fong, Central. $200 per person. Bookings and inquiries: 8109 1100 or [email protected]

Surviving Everest

A prelude to the National Geographic documentary to be shown at the end of April, the exhibition features exclusive photographs, Everest facts and history, and a look at the recent expedition marking 50 years since the first pioneers made it to the summit. Times Square Piazza and 2/F lobby, Causeway Bay. Inquiries: 2621 8607

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HK Centre For The Arts

All programmes up to April 10, including the workshop series on strings, wind and brass music.

Asia Pacific Leather Fair

Inquiries: 2827 6211

HK Academy For Performing Arts

All classes and presentations, until Apr 10. Inquiries: 2584 8514


Inquiries: 3128 8288

The Punchline Comedy Club

Inquiries: 2317 6666

Miguel Migs

Inquiries: 2520 2515

Rhythm In Your Rubbish

Inquiries: 2721 2030


Charity Auction Of Sporting And Musical Memorabilia By Dermot Reeve

Inquiries: 2804 2880

ESF Orchestra And Choir Concert

Celebration Of The Life Of Brenda White-Hunt

Inquiries: 9045 5942 or judy@acco

FCC Luncheons

No new dates yet for the Apr 7, 8 and 9 events. Inquiries: [email protected]

Profit Is King! Strategies To Take A Business Idea Forward Profitably

The WBOC seminar, rescheduled for Jun 10. Inquiries: 2541 0446

Tribal Gathering

Inquiries: 6253 3427 (English) or 9543 1937 (Cantonese)

The Big Film Poster Show

Inquiries: 2501 0599

12th Great Chefs Of Hong Kong

Rescheduled for Jun 19. Inquiries: 2776 3111

Andy Williams

Rescheduled for Jun 6. Inquiries: 2882 1689

Blood Brothers

Inquiries: 2511 6192