RENDITIONS FROM EASON CHAN Canto-pop star Eason Chan Yik-shun's solo concert runs until Sunday at the Hong Kong Coliseum. Last year was a fruitful one for the 32-year-old singer-actor. After putting his music career on hold two years ago to concentrate on making movies, Chan made comeback last year. His latest album, U87, won the best-selling album of 2005 at Commercial Radio's music awards. In this concert, Chan will perform his popular renditions such as Wonderful Sunset, A Bad Habit, Afraid to Die and Grown-up Girl, accompanied by an orchestra from Hamburg, Germany, The concert starts at 8.15pm. Tickets at $400, $200 and $100 are available from Urbtix on 2734 9009. YOUNG ASIANS IN CONCERT The Hong Kong Arts Festival presents Our Songs, a concert featuring three young Asian singer-songwriters including Gloria Tang from Hong Kong, Pau-dull from Taiwan and Keiichi Sokabe from Japan. Tang's song is about a typical twenty-something girl living in Hong Kong. Joining her is Pau-dull, whose music is a blend of American folk, blues and jazz with the sounds of his native Puyuma tribe. Sokabe will deliver 70s retro folk rock. The concert will take place from Thursday to Saturday at 7.45pm at the Hong Kong City Hall Theatre. Student tickets priced at $110 and $75 ($220 and $150 for adults) are available from Urbtix.