He was recently named one of the 10 Outstanding Young Persons of the World by the Junior Chamber International (JCI), a worldwide federation of young professionals and entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 and 40. But on Monday, Aids activist Chung To (left), will be doing what he does best - helping people. His Chi Heng Foundation will be an unlikely part of the Gift & Lifestyle Fair in the Conrad Hotel ballroom. The organisation's stall will be filled with generous gifts and contributions including handbags, scarves and other donated luxury goodies. If you drop by and give the charity HK$250 then you can get one of the items as a gift. Sounds like a win-win deal for all. The money will pay for one Chinese Aids orphan's primary school fees for a year, while you get something that is likely worth more than your donation. So drop by on Monday. The fair is open from 10am to 8pm. The following week, Chung himself will be off to the 61st JCI World Congress in Seoul to receive his award in the category of contribution to children, world peace and human rights.