FUN AND GAMES 'It's good to play together.' This is the theme of 'Xbox Xtraordinary Xmas @ Times Square', open today until Christmas Day. Come and try out more than 100 types of video games. You can also do a good deed and help raise money for the Po Leung Kuk charity. There will be 50 Xbox game stations on hand. Racing fans can join in a special competition on 'Project Gotham Racing 2', which features Hong Kong as a racing site. The contest is today and tomorrow. Four finalists will win a chance to show off their skills on Times Square's big screen on New Year Eve. There are other prizes too. To test your racing skills, all you need to do is donate $10 to Po Leung Kuk for each game. There will also be hip-hop-dance and DJ performances, a rock band Christmas carol, free popcorn and brownies. ARTISTIC HISTORY 'Mapping Asia - the 18th Asian International Art Exhibition' is an overview of Asia's colourful contemporary artistic development. Some 180 works by 190 artists from Japan, China and other East Asian countries are featured. The idea behind this exhibit is that while globalisation encourages the development of a 'single world', art and the contribution of local history and traditions should not be forgotten. The art scene in Asia is unique in that rapid economic development and advances in communication technology have strongly influenced traditional art. The colour choices used and the composition of the works help to illustrate this phenomenon. The exhibition is open until March 8 at the Heritage Museum, Sha Tin. Admission is $5 for full-time students. Or, visit on Wednesday when admission is free for everyone. A no-charge shuttle bus runs to and from Sha Tin KCR station and the museum between 1pm and 6pm on Saturdays and from 1pm to 7pm on Sundays. Visit http://hk . heritage.museum/ for more information.