SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES Stories can teach: Pro-Active Learning presentation. Speaker, Diane Frankenstein, US. Stories for the classroom (teachers): 901 DD Centre, Tai Yip Building, 141 Thomson Road, Wan Chai. Today, 10.30am-12.30pm, $350. Tel Stella 2736 9898. Easter workshops for children: Kids' Gallery, 21/F Coda Plaza, 51 Garden Road, Central and 28 Cumberland Road, Kowloon Tong. Visual arts, three to six years, now until April 21, 9.30am-noon; digital arts, ages four to six, Tuesday to April 19, 9.30am-noon; Van Gogh's sunflowers, six to 14 years, April 18-19 and 20-21, 9,30am-11.30am. Tel Wendy Ip, 2501 4842/2337 1001 Easter arts and crafts workshop: Colourful Kids, 1/F 18 Cochrane Street, Central. Monday-Wednesday and April 18-21. Tel 2815 2308 or visit www.colourfulkids.com Education First - language travel, exchange and overseas studies: information session. Sha Tin Town Hall, Friday. Organised by Education Ltd (HK), 2301-08, Shell Tower, Times Square, Causeway Bay. For times, tel Rebecca 2111 2380/2399 Easter magic - Poco Fun Club: for children of all ages. G/F Plaza, New World Shopping Centre, 20 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. Next Saturday and Sunday, 2pm-5pm. Tel 2899 2912 or visit www.pocosfunclub.com British Council English Club: Sundays, 3pm-6pm. Rm 412, British Council, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty. Fee $50. Tel Ruskin Chan 9239 6713. HIGHER AND CONTINUING MA in Communications: SPACE post-grad. dip. information seminar. Room S15, 3/F Admiralty Centre, Harcourt Road, Central. Today, 2.30pm-3.30pm. Tel Patricia Ng, 2975 5708 Forensic investigation of accounting irregularities: information seminar. 2/F Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Central. Monday, 6.45pm-10pm. Tel 2975 5721 Physical activity and development and aging of bones and joints: PolyU Dept of Health Technology and Informatics lecture. Speaker Prof Dennis Carter, StanfordU. Room M1603, Li Ka-Shing Building, PolyU. Monday, 5pm-6pm. Tel Candy 3400 8577 Distribution of surplus wealth in Sri Lanka: implications for development policies. HKU Centre of Urban Planning and Environmental Management seminar. Speaker Dr S. Ganesan, Chairman, Nectar Lanka. Room 829, Knowles Building, HKU. Monday, 12.45pm-1.45pm. Tel Ms Kwok 2859 2721 Using Communication Science to Inform Law and Policy Debates: multi-city investigation into negative secondary effects of adult businesses: CityU research seminar. Speaker Dr Mike Yao, CityU. Y7544, 1/F Yellow Zone, Academic Building (lift 4), CityU. Monday, 4.30pm. In English. Tel 2194 2477. Construction sustainability and innovation: Building Education and Research conference - PolyU Building, Real Estate Dept. Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, Monday-Wednesday, 9am. Visit www.bear2006.net/conference/ Study in UK for BA, MA and PhD: BathU. Tuesday, 1pm-5pm. Room 303, Level 3, British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty.  UK boarding schools: overview and advisory session by Mr Graham Able. British Council, Level 3, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty. April 22, 2.30pm. Tel 2913 5100, Literature and Historical Memory: HKBU talk by Li Rui, writer-in-residence. Room 905, Shaw Building, Ho Sin Hang Campus, HKBU. Tuesday, 2.30pm-4pm. Tel 3411 7173  Chang Chuen memorial lecture. Speaker Dr Lee Ka-kui, HK Educational Publishing Co. Same venue and date. 7pm-8pm. Tel 3411 7107. American Indian Ethnography and Chinese Pre-historical Archaeology: CityU CCC lecture. Speaker Prof Chen Xingcan, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Rm 6143, Amenities Bldg, CityU. Tuesday, 10.30am-12.30pm. In Putonghua.  Chinese Domestication of Buffalo - an historical investigation. Same speaker, venue. Wednesday, 4.30pm-6.30pm. Tel 2194 2477. Foundation certificate in business studies: University of London BSc in management, banking and finance. SPACE information seminar. Rm 605, 6/F United Centre, 95 Queensway, Central. Tuesday, 7pm-8pm. Tel 2867 8316 Second Homes as a Problem for Housing Studies: HKU/CUPEM lecture. Speaker Prof Chris Paris, UlsterU. Room 829, Knowles Bldg, HKU. Wednesday, 12.45pm-1.45pm. Tel 2859 2721 Object Lessons - New Media Tools for New Times: HKIEd seminar. Speaker Dr Jennifer Jenson, YorkU. D3-G-02, HKIEd. Thursday, 12.30pm-2pm. Tel Violet 2948 8053. EXHIBITIONS AND MUSIC CUHK events: Chamber music concert - Het Collectief: Lee Hysan Concert Hall, CUHK. Tuesday, 7.30pm.  Spring Dusk Japanese Dance, by Wakayagi-ryu (Ko-no-Kai). Sir Run Run Shaw Hall, Wednesday, 7.30pm.  Documentary: Railroad of Hope. Same venue, time. Thursday. Tel 2609 7523. Life is beautiful when heritage is restored: exhibition of woodblock and watercolour prints by Mui Chong Ki: Chung Chi College, CUHK. Lobby, CCC Admin Bldg. Until Wednesday, Tel Mr Lee 3163 4144/Angela Wong 2609 6194. Quest For Harmony - stencil prints by Yu Ping and Ren Ping: HKUST Library exhibition. Thursday to July 26. Tel 2358 6707 Triennial exhibition: CUHK fine arts students. Hui Gallery, CUHK. Until April 21, Mon-Fri, 9.30-4.35pm; Sat 9.30am-noon. Tel 2609 7612.