Exhibitions Le Thanh Son And Nguyen Thanh Son Two artists offer conceptualised views of nature in these contrasting perspectives of the Vietnamese countryside. Le Thanh Son's paintings explode with light and colour while Nguyen Thanh Son blurs the boundaries between hill people and famous totems. Arch Angel Art, 38 Peel St, Central. Inquiries: 2854 4255 or e-mail email@example.com . Until Thu Seven Artists From Mandalay These artists were schooled in traditional forms of painting with little exposure to contemporary styles. This exhibition charts their reactions to nature and the land around them. Karin Weber Gallery, 32A Staunton St, Central. Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm, Sun 1pm-7pm. Inquiries: 2544 5004. Until May 10 Tempted By Tempera Zhang Yong and Zhai Peihong are reputed to be the first artists in China to use the Western medium of tempera on board. The collection includes Zhang's observations of rural life on the mainland. Galerie Du Monde, 328 Pacific Place, 88 Queensway. 10am-7pm (Sun, noon-5pm). Inquiries: 2525 0529. Until May 31 Ancient Taoist Art From Shanxi Province The University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong and the Administration of Cultural Relics, Shanxi province, present paintings, porcelain, lacquerware as well as carvings in stone, wood, jade and bronze from the Tang (618-907BC) to the Qing dynasties (1644-1911). Fung Ping Shan Building, University of Hong Kong, Bonham Rd. Free. Inquiries: 2241 5513. Until Jun 23 Napoleon Bonaparte: Emperor And Man Just as the gaudy art in Saddam Hussein's palaces offer a psychological insight into the deposed Iraqi leader, so too do the beautiful works that decorated Napoleon's home, La Malmaison. Treasures are plentiful in this exhibition, that explores the trends of the era. Special Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Museum of History, 100 Chatham Rd South, TST. $20, $14, $10. Inquiries: 2724 9042. Until Jun 29 Bold + Trendy A solo exhibition of 38 oil paintings by Liu Fei, some floor-to-ceiling high. Examining how attitudes towards women - both society's and how women view themselves - Liu veers from the comical to the unsettling and near ghoulish in his work. Schoeni Art Gallery, G/F, 21-31 Old Bailey St, Central. Mon-Sat. 10.30am-6.30pm Inquiries: 2869 8802. Opens Tuesday. Performing Arts Beyond The romantic metal merchants revive their heartfelt power ballads for this eagerly anticipated series of shows. They still have a big following, a fact reflected in their ability to book five nights at the 12,500-seater Hong Kong Coliseum in Hunghom. Today-tomorrow, 8.15pm. $400, $200, $100 Urbtix. Bookings and inquiries: 2734 9009 Piano Recital By Choi Sown Le Choi has performed with some of the best musicians in the business, including Maxim Shostakovich and Arpad Gerecz. In this performance he will tackle Schubert's Wanderer Fantasy, Brahms' Variations On A Theme By Paganini, Books I and II, Opus 35, and Mozart's Rondo In A Minor. Tonight, 8pm. Concert Hall, City Hall, Central. $180, $130, $80 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2268 7321 Transformation Double Inspired by local author Dung Kai-cheung's award-winning novel Double Body and Kafka's Metamorphosis, this theatrical vision explores mutating desires and rites of passage. The performance embraces video installation and original music. Tue-May 10, 8pm; May 11, 3pm. McAulay Studio, Arts Centre, Wan Chai. $110, $60 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2521 2840 Sexual Perversity In Chicago One of David Mamet's first plays, this tale of dysfunctional human relationships, one-night stands and pick-up lines in the big city translates well wherever it is performed. The play captures the power of the sexual encounter and its resonance within the urban jungle. Wed-May 10, 8pm. Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. $80 (members); $100 (non-members). Inquiries: 2511 6192 Scribblers Present: The Fate Of The Assassins Based on Sima Qian's (145-86 BC) Cikeliezhuan, this tale explores the lives of several assassins in a combination of Greek tragedy and modern theatre. In Cantonese. Thu-May 10, 8pm. Cultural Centre, Studio Theatre, TST. $100. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Night Scene Ultimate Junk DJ Kulu captains this second voyage for the Ultra-lounge crew, who will be rocking the boat during the three-hour cruise with a live mix of funk, jazz and hip-hop. The voyage includes food, an open bar and a two-for-one offer until 1am at Liquid upon your return. Tonight, 9pm. Queen's Pier, Central. $390 Cityline. Inquiries: 2111 5333 Booty Camp Those looking for 'The Phattest Hip-hop and R&B' need look no further and should enlist with DJs Jun and Dim Sum, who summon all with their booty call. Tonight, 10pm-late. Red Rock, G/F, 57-59 Wyndham St, Central. Free. Inquiries: 9049 3493 or 2868 3884 Reggae Night Dancehall rude boy Mikey Dread is at the centre of Club 97's Reggae Night, joined by DJ Maggi, who has been hailed as the local Queen of R&B. Tomorrow, 8pm-late. Club 97, Lan Kwai Fong, Central. Free. Inquiries: 2810 9333 Extra-curricular Comedy Workshops A 20-year veteran of radio, TV commercials, theatre, pantomime and stand-up, Mike Brooks presents another workshop for wannabe comedians. Skills such as characterisation, improvisation and top tips for auditioning will form the focus. Today, 4pm-7pm. Rehearsal Room, Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. $150. Inquiries: email@example.com For a complete listings service visit totallyhk.scmp.com.