YEAR-END CONCERT Canto-pop princess Kelly Chen Wai-lam will be ending off the year with her multimillion-dollar concert production, 'M' I'm lovin' it Kelly Lost in Paradise 2004. The colourful performance will feature elaborate stage sets and glamorous costumes. Chen's entertainment career began in 1995 when she starred in her debut film Whatever Will Be, Will Be. She was awarded the 2004 Outstanding Young Person of the World earlier this year for her contribution to children's welfare issues, world peace and human rights over the past few years. The concert will be staged from tomorrow to January 3 at the Hong Kong Coliseum. All shows will start at 8.15pm except the New Year's Eve show which starts at 9.15pm so that the singer can do the countdown with her fans. Tickets priced at $400, $300, $200 and $100 are available from Urbtix on 2734 9009. CANTONESE STAGE PLAY Local theatre group Chung Ying Theatre will stage The Phoenix, a Cantonese play based on the classic anime series by the genre's legendary artist Tezuka Osamu (1928-1989). The stage play questions the meaning of 'being alive'. It tells the story of the legendary mythical bird which raises itself from a pile of ashes to gain immortality. Directed by Chan Wing-chuen and written by Yat Yau, the play stars Chung Ying Theatre's Elton Lau, Edmond Lo, William Lo and Ben Yuen. It will be performed in Cantonese at the Studio Theatre of Hong Kong Cultural Centre from Saturday to January 1 at 7.30pm, with matinees on Sunday and January 2 at 2.30pm. Ticket prices ranging from $100 to $170, with half-price concessions for students, are available from Urbtix.