SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES Strategies That Work/Strategies That Don't: In support of homework, social skills and behaviour modification. Focus round-table discussion. Suite 2909, Pacific Plaza, 418 Des Voeux Road West. Tuesday, 10am-midday. Tel Pow Lian, 2849 8218 or visit www.focus.org.hk Yew Chung International School - Secondary, Introductory Meeting (IM): 6 Caldecott Road, Piper's Hill, Kowloon. Thursday, 9.30am-11.30am. Tel 2338 7106.  Primary IM, 11-13 Kent Road, Kowloon Tong, September 20, 9.15am-11.30am. Tel 2338 7106.  Early Childhood Section IM. 3 Somerset Road, Kowloon Tong. September 21, 2pm. Tel 2338 0264 or visit www.ycef.com University of Cambridge and Prince Philip Scholarship: Introductory seminar. British Council. Thursday. Tel 2913 5250 or visit www.britishcouncil.org.hk Kelly Yang Project Open House: games and activities focusing on critical thinking, reasoning and writing. 9/F, Coda Plaza, 51 Garden Road, Mid-Levels. Today, 10am-12 noon and 2pm-3.30pm. For details tel 2810 4822 or visit www.kellyyang.com HIGHER AND CONTINUING Dark Energy and the Accelerating Universe - Past, Present and Future: CUHK Shaw Prize Lecture. Speakers laureate profs Saul Perlmutter, Adam Riess and Brian Schmidt. Shaw College Lecture Theatre. Wednesday, 4.30pm. Tel 2609 7360. Why Women Were Not a Problem in Nineteenth-Century Chinese Thought: HKBU Dept of History lecture. Susan Mann, University of California, Davis. Room 204, WLB Building, Shaw Campus. Wednesday, 2.30pm.  Mortality and Fertility in Qing China - in the Mid-Qing Period: Mark Elvin, Australian NationalU. Same venue. Friday, 9.30am. Religion and the Moral Life - A Christian-Confucian Dialogue: HKBU lecture. God and the Moral Life: Prof Gene Outka, YaleU. Council Chamber, 5/F Shaw Tower. Thursday, 4pm-6pm.  The Anthropocosmic Vision and the Moral Life. Prof Tu Wei-ming, HarvardU. Same venue and time, Friday, September 15. Tel 3411 7280. Shaw Laureates in Mathematical Sciences: HKU Shaw Prize lectures. Profs David Mumford and Wu Wentsun. Rayson Huang Theatre, HKU. Thursday, 10.30am-12.45pm. email@example.com Chessboards, Hats and Chinese Poetry - Some Rigorous and Not-So-Rigorous Mathematical Results: HKBU Comp Sci Dept. Prof C.L. Liu, National Tsing HuaU, Taiwan. Room 203, WLB Building, Shaw Campus. Friday, 4.30pm-5.30pm. Tel 3411 7079 or visit www.sci.hkbu.edu.hk Same-Sex Marriage/Constitutionalism and their Centrality to Equality Rights in Hong Kong: A Comparative Socio-Legal Appraisal. HKU Faculty of Law/CCPL guest seminar. Phil C.W. Chan, Australian NationalU. Room 425, 4/F K.K. Leung Building, HKU. Friday, 1pm-2pm. Tel 2549 8495 or firstname.lastname@example.org EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS The Glory of Life - Contemporary Chinese Ink Paintings: Sino group. Artist Eddy Chan Kwan-lap. OC Gallery and Central Plaza. Until October 2. Workshops, Wednesday and Thursday, 4pm. Lecture: A Chinese-Western Comparative Study and the Future of Chinese Ink Painting. Speaker Professor Liu Kuo-sung, Taiwan. September 22, 7.30pm. In Putonghua. Tel 2734 8373/9389 3827. District Borders Exhibition: HKIEd Dept of Creative Arts and Phys Ed. Shanghai Street Artspace. Ends September 19. Tel 2770 2157.