ASSORTED ARTS Works by a group of art-lovers who call themselves 'ants' are showcased in an exhibition. The ants are graduates from the Hong Kong Arts Centre's Art School. They compare themselves with ants ants - both have to work hard in order to survive. Ants Biennial features pottery, paintings and photography and runs until August 28 at the Hong Kong Arts Centre. Free admission from 10am to 8pm. For details, visit www.antbiennial.netfirms.com CLASSIC BALLET The Hong Kong Ballet Group will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a performance of Swan Lake, led by choreographer Yuri Ng. Characterised by beautiful sets and an enchanting score by Tchaikovsky, the ballet tells the love story of Prince Siegfried and Princess Odette, who turns into a swan under an evil spell. The performance also features guest principal dancers, Ji Pingping and Chen Zhengrong, from the Shanghai Ballet. It will be staged on Friday and Saturday at 7.30pm, and on Sunday at 3pm at Kwai Tsing Theatre. Tickets at $200, $150 and $100, with half-price concessions for students, are available at Urbtix on 2734 9009. MOVING DOCUMENTARY The film Dream Cuisine explores the topics of love, old age and culture shock. It will be screened on Thursday and Sunday at Hong Kong Arts Centre's Agnes b Cinema. The film is about an old couple who owns a traditional Chinese restaurant in Tokyo. The wife wants to return to China, but the husband is keen to stay in Japan. Tickets at $80 (adults) and $40 (students) can be obtained from HK Ticketing on 3128 8288.