Who says banks are closed on Saturday afternoons? CitySeen joined about 100 kids at the HSBC headquarters in Central on Saturday to hear a top bank exec tell a story. No, it wasn't a fable about banking fees - after all, it was only an hour-long session - but rather a tale about ballroom dancing and harmonica playing. In the reading chair was head of information technology, Y.B.Yeung - computer geek by day, tango king and harmonica dude by night. His story was penned by the founder of the magazine Typhoon Club, Mark Cowley (above), who writes the children's tales based on the hobbies and talents of whoever will be reading them. Says Yeung: 'I'm happy to be a part of a worthwhile programme to raise awareness of bilingualism and elevate English standards at a young age.' It was the sixth such event so far, and Reading & Me with HSBC will be back in September. Further details will be available in August on www.typhoonclub.com .