SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES Victoria Shanghai Academy/Victoria English Primary School: Primary One international class information meeting, 7 Eastern Hospital Road, Causeway Bay. Monday, 6.30pm. Tel 2576 8830. Jolly Phonics Training Course for Teachers and Parents: The Regal Hong Kong Hotel, 88 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay. Tomorrow, 9am-5.30pm. $400. Jolly Grammar and Jolly Phonics revision course: Wise-Kids Event Hall, G/F, Hennessy Centre, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Monday, 6pm-9pm. $200. Visit www.wisekidstoys.com Romeo and Juliet: comic drama in English for children and parents. Grappa's Cellar Restaurant, Jardine House, Central. Next Saturday and Sunday, 11.30am and 2.30pm. Tickets $150/$180. Tel 2110 0014. St Paul's Convent School 150th Anniversary Curriculum Tour: Next Saturday to Monday, 9am-5.30pm. Cultural performances, swimming gala, exhibitions, presentations. Opening ceremony next Saturday, 10am. St Paul's Convent School hall, Causeway Bay. Tel 2576 1692. HIGHER AND CONTINUING Chinese Civilisation Centre Lecture Series:  Contacts Between China and the Deep Southwest in Ancient Times. Speaker Professor Huo Wei, director of Sichuan University Museum. AV Room (R6143), 6/F Amenities Building, City University. Monday, 10.30am-12.30pm.  Courtesans of the Late Ming Period in Nanjing. Speaker Professor Oki Yasushi, Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo. Same venue and date, 4.30pm-6.30pm. In Putonghua. Tel 2194 2477. Globalisation and the Future of English: ESU monthly meeting. Speaker Andrew Millburn, deputy director of the British Council in Hong Kong. 4/F HK Visual Arts Centre, 7A Kennedy Road Central. Monday, 6.30pm-8pm. ESU members $75, others $90, students $25. Tel 2186 8449. Information Literacy and Pre-service Programmes: HKU Faculty of Education seminar. Speaker Professor Carol Kuhlthau, director of the Centre for International Scholarships in School Libraries. Room 101, Runme Shaw Building, HKU. Thursday, 12.45pm-4pm. In English. Tel 2241 5325, or visit www.hku.hk/educational forum Conference on Mathematics Education 2005: recent advances in maths education, organised by Department of Mathematics, HKIEd. Wednesday to Friday. In English, Cantonese and Putonghua. Tel 2948 7831 or visit www.math.ied.edu.hk/ math2005 GIS Workshop - Engaging GIS in the Development of 3D Models for EIA: organised by HKU Department of Geography, HKSAR, Centamap and NGIS China. Room 212, Hui Oi Chow Science Building, HKU. Friday to August 27, 9.30am-5pm. In English. Two-day workshops, $1,000. E-mail chankw1@hkucc . hku.hk or visit http://geog.hku.hk/ gislab/3dgisworkshop EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS Shanghai Street Artspace: clay work exhibition by five primary schools. Organised by Department of Creative Arts, HKIEd. 404 Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei. Until Thursday, 11am-8pm. Closed Monday. Tel 2770 2157, or visit www.shout-art.org Made in China: video show organised by the British Council. Unit 13, Cattle Depot Artist Village, Kowloon. Reception today, 6.30pm-8.30pm. Show runs until next Friday. Screenings at 2pm, 4pm, 6pm and 7pm. Tel 2913 5250, or visit www.britishcouncil.org.hk Find, Found, Fun - 2005 Graduates' Installation Art Show: Department of Creative Arts, Hong Kong Institute of Education.  HKIEd Art Gallery, Tai Po. Monday to July 16, 9am-6pm.  Gallery, Xinhua Bookcity, 1 Leighton Road, Wan Chai, July 21-27, 10am-10pm. Tel 9504 0588. Recital by Lam Sun-chun, violin and Shum Kin-wai, piano: HKUST Centre for the Performing Arts. Exposition Hall, Thursday, 1pm- 2pm. Visit http://www.ust.hk/cfa Medialogue: CityU School of Creative Media Graduation Show: featuring works of more than 60 students. On campus. Friday, until July 17. Tel 9877 0734, or visit http://sweb.cityu.edu.hk/niedialogue . The Art of Guan Liang: exhibition organised by Chinese Civilisation Centre, CityU. Gallery, 6/F Amenities Building, CUHK, until August 15, 10am-7pm. Tel 2194 2477. LOOKING AHEAD Oxford Brookes University Enrolment Interviews: for Form Six and Seven students. OBU HK office, unit 20B, 211 Johnston Road, Wan Chai. Interviews, July 11-15, 12pm-6pm. Tel 2110 9374, or visit www.brookes.ac.uk Teaching Social Thinking and Social Skills to Pre-schoolers Through High-schoolers: for those with autism spectrum disorders. Division of Otorhinolaryngology, Department of Surgery and the Institute of Human Communicative Research, CUHK. Multi-function Room, 1/F Postgraduate Education Centre, Prince of Wales Hospital. July 11-12, 9am-5pm. Tel 2632 3950. Mobilis in Mobile - International Conference on Studies in Travel Writing: HKU Department of English. Convocation Room, Main Building, HKU. July 11-13, 9am-6pm. In English. Visit www.hku.hk/english/events/mobile/mobile.htm ACM-HK Collegiate Programming Contest and ACM-HK Chinese Checkers Competition: HKU Department of Computer Sciences. Loke Yew Hall, HKU. July 14, 10.30am-5.45pm and 1.30pm- 5.30pm. In English. Tel 2857 8431, or visit www.cs.hku.hk/acm-hk/ Visual Literacy - Elements and Applications in Kindergarten to Year 13 School Settings: HKU Centre for IT in Education (CITE) seminar. Room 101, 1/F Runme Shaw Building, HKU. July 15 12.45pm-2pm. E-mail Bella Chow on email@example.com Pre-departure briefing for UK-bound students: Basement 1, Regal Hong Kong Hotel, 88 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay. July 16, 2.30pm- 4.30pm. In Cantonese. Tel 2913 5100, or visit www.britishcouncil.org . hk/education Kabuki For Everyone: HKU Department of Japanese Studies workshop. Includes sound effects, oyama (male actors in female roles), samurai fighting and make-up art. Loke Yew Hall, Main Building, HKU. July 22, 4pm-5.30pm. Shows at 3.30pm and 7.30pm. In Japanese, with Cantonese translation. Tel 2859 2906, e-mail marinawm@hkucc . hku.hk, or visit www.hku.hk/japanese/kabuki.htm Send listings to Ian Watson, Education, South China Morning Post, 16/F Somerset House, Taikoo Place, 979 King's Road, Quarry Bay. 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