JOURNEY OF SOUND All the best seats for this show were snapped up days after tickets went on sale. However, if you want to try your luck, there might just be a few seats left for Sound of Colours, a stage production based on the book of the same title by popular Taiwanese illustrator Jimmy Liao Fu-bin. This programme is part of the Macau Arts Festival 2004. With his often heart-felt stories and drawings Liao - better known by his Chinese pen name Ji-mi - has captivated thousands of fans all over the world. The Sound of Colours is a piece of music theatre featuring popular Taiwanese singer Cheer Chen Chi-chen. It promises to lead its audiences through Liao's poetic landscape, in the company of his vivid characters. The show opens at the Macau Cultural Centre today and runs until January 1. It is in Putonghua, with Chinese surtitles. Ticket prices range from $120 to $280. Call the 24-hour ticketing reservation hotline in Hong Kong: 7171 7171. If you are a die-hard Liao fan, you can also catch Sound of Colours - Jimmy's Subway Book on the foyer of the cultural centre. On display at this exhibition are the illustrator's colourful works in all their glory. It runs until January 7. Free admission. DYNAMIC SCIENCE Two newly installed TryScience 'Around the World' kiosks are now on show at the Hong Kong Science Museum. They integrate games, animation and webcams from science centres around the world to spark the imagination of visitors. The four 'interactive science missions' are 'The Dig: Unearth and identify a dinosaur fossil', 'Adventure in Space: Rescue aboard the ISS', 'Life on the Wild Side: Dolphin quest', and the 'Extreme Challenge: Conquer the course'. The TryScience kiosks have already travelled to more than 400 science centres around the world. The Science Museum is at 2 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East. It closes on Thursdays but remains open until 9pm on public holidays.