Thousands turned out last night for a concert to raise money for a museum commemorating Canto-pop singer Anita Mui Yim-fong - as one of the groups bidding for the West Kowloon project confirmed it had been approached about including it in the planned cultural district. Dynamic Star International, a joint venture of Cheung Kong (Holdings) and Sun Hung Kai Properties, said it had been sounded out by the family of the late pop superstar, but gave no further details. The museum has been proposed by Mui's mother, Tam Mei-kam, and brother, Peter Mui Kai-ming. Last night, on the eve of the first anniversary of the popular singer's death, about 7,000 fans filled Hall 3 of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre to hear her fellow Canto-pop stars - including protege Andy Hui Chi-on - sing some of Mui's greatest hits. Other celebrities included Hacken Lee and Miriam Yeung Chin-wah, while Andy Lau Tak-wah sent a taped message. The concert also featured some of Mui's earlier television appearances acquired from TVB, including that of her winning its New Talents Singing Contest in 1982. Souvenirs such as memorial booklets, posters and watches with Mui's picture on the face were sold at the venue. Meanwhile, more than 500 members of the public are expected to join tonight's one-hour candlelit memorial service at Shang Sin Chun Tong Buddhist temple in Kowloon Tong. The event, organised by Mui's fan club, starts at 8pm preceded by a public reception at 7.30pm. Participants have been urged to dress in black as a gesture of mourning. During the service, footage of Mui's film and concert appearances will be played. In a further memorial two songs from Mui's last concert - Sunset Song and Treasured Reacquaintance - will be played today on the Kowloon Motor Bus advertising channel RoadShow. Mui's company, Mui Music, said the footage of the two songs was captured from her last concert, Classic Moment. 'Sunset Song was the last scheduled song during that concert, while Treasured Reacquaintance was the last song she sang during the encore session,' said Mui's former manager, Marianne Wong.