If you're a Wan Chai resident, get yourself heard this Saturday as the plan for the new Southorn Playground is unveiled. A large model of the envisioned playground (designed according to residents' suggestions) will be on display and open for discussion. The British Council is bringing back UK designer Thomas Heatherwick (pictured) and urban regeneration specialist Fred Manson to answer questions and gather feedback. Starting from 7.30pm, the playground will be transformed into a night bazaar, complete with food stalls, palm readers, kung fu and football demonstrations and more. According to previous surveys, Wan Chai residents, especially women and children, have avoided setting foot in Southorn Playground as they have considered the area to be very rough and unsafe. Organisers say that the new park will not drive away existing football and basketball enthusiasts, but instead create a park that is welcoming to all. An hour-long presentation is scheduled to take place amid the bazaar happenings, and an open forum will be set up in order for residents to let the designers know what they think of the new park design. If Wan Chai is your home, we'll know where you will be on Saturday night.