ALL-STAR TENNIS EVENT Eight of the world's top female tennis players will take part in this year's Watsons Water Champions Challenge running from Wednesday to Saturday at the Victoria Park Tennis Stadium in Causeway Bay. The star-studded lineup includes Amelie Mauresmo (France), Maria Sharapova (Russia), Svetlana Kuznetsova (Russia), Elena Dementieva (Russia), Serena Williams (US) and Venus Williams (US). They will attend Wednesday's opening ceremony, where lucky spectators will have a chance to get a tennis ball autographed by them. Tickets on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday cost $280 and $380, with prices for Saturday's final at $480 and $580. A four-day pass is available for $1,400 (inner ring) and $1,100 (outer ring). Bookings can be made with Urbtix on 2734 9009. For more details, visit: www.watsonswaterchallenge.com FUSION ART An exhibition called Roots by visual artist Nina Pryde showcases paintings that combine the essence of Chinese and western art. The exhibition runs from today through Saturday at the Economist Gallery of the Fringe Club. Admission is free. For more information, call 2521 7251. MYSTICAL WORLD More than 100 artefacts that shed light on the mystical culture of the ancient Dian Kingdom in Yunnan will be on display at the Hong Kong Museum of History from now till February 21. The exhibition - featuring an array of bronze relics selected from the collection of the Yunnan Provincial Museum - offers visitors a glimpse of the culture, everyday life and military activities of the Dian kingdom that was established in southwest China. The height of the kingdom was during the Warring States period until the Western Han dynasty. Admission to the exhibition costs $10, with half-price concession for students. Free admission on Wednesdays. For more information, call 2724 9042.