EXPLORING SCHOLARLY ACHIEVEMENTS Is studying overseas really fun? Come to the Hong Kong Museum of History and find out. The exhibition, 'Bound-less Learning: Foreign-educated Chinese students of Modern China', opens today. It features Chinese students who studied abroad between 1847 and 1949. Learn about the contributions made by prominent figures, such as Jeme Tien Yow, Lu Xun, Hu Shi, Xu Zhimo and Zhou Enlai in shaping China in the 20th century. The exhibition also introduces the achievements of foreign-educated Hong Kong scholars. About 250 artefacts, including those from the National Museum of China and various tertiary institutions in the United States and Japan, are also on display. Full-time students enjoy concessionary tickets at $5 each. PIANO RECITAL Musco, a group of young performers, will present a piano recital at Fringe Club tonight. Pieces include works by Beethoven, Mozart, Debussy and Schubert. The concert starts at 7.30pm. Admission is $60. For details, visit www.hkfringeclub.com ATHLETIC MEET CMA Choi Cheung Kok Secondary School holds its athletic meet in Tin Shui Wai Sports Ground today and tomorrow.