Schools & Families Yew Chung International School: early childhood open day. International children's house/kindergarten, 29 Kent Road, 151 Waterloo Road and 3 Somerset Road, Kowloon Tong. Next Saturday, 1.30pm-4.30pm. Tel 2338 7106. Open morning: Hong Lok Yuen International School, 20th Street, Hong Lok Yuen, Tai Po. Friday, 8.40am-10am. Tel Catherine Wong, 2658 6935; e-mail email@example.com Higher & Continuing1967 riots in Hong Kong: domestic and diplomatic fronts of the governor. CityU Division of Social Science. Speaker Prof Ray Yep, CityU. Room 3362, HSS conference room (lifts 13-15) Academic Building, CityU. Monday,noon-1.30pm. Tel Peggy, 2358 7822. When the Pope speaks, why should we listen? HKBU Dept of Religion and Philosophy colloquium. Speaker Dr Dennis McCann. Room 1002, Christian Education Centre, Ho Sin Hang Campus, HKBU. Monday,3pm-5pm. Tel 3411 7280.Primary Matters 2008: HKIEd Faculty of Professional and Early Childhood Education symposium on teaching learning and assessment. D1-LP-04, HKIEd. Tuesday,3pm-6.30pm. Tel Kay Kwan, 2948 8937. Essential concepts for researching bilingualism and bilingual education: HKU Faculty of Education workshop. Speaker Dr Anwei Feng, DurhamU. LG02, Hui Oi Chow Science Building, HKU. Tuesday,4pm-5.15pm. Tel Scarlet Poon, 2859 2395 Fiction, non-fiction: HKBU International Writers Workshop talks. Speakers are writers in residence Han Shaogong and Prof Huang Zipinga. Room 905, Shaw Building, HSH Campus, HKBU. Tuesday, 4.30pm-6pm. Tel 3411 7173. Language as a bridge between science and the soul: CUHK Centre for East Asian Studies Prometheus lectures on knowledge and humanity. Speaker William S.Y. Wang, CUHK. LT1, Esther Lee Building, CUHK. Tuesday, 5.30pm-7pm.  Concluding forum. Same venue and time. Thursday. Tel 3163 4392. First ESU English play-reading: Mike Ingham and Verner Bickley. Boys' and Girls' Clubs' Association, Room 602, 3 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai. Tuesday, 7pm-9pm. ESU member $75, others $90, students $25. Tel Venni Tam, 2186 8449; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Summer camps and family holidays in Europe: information sessions: Tuesday, Switzerland; Thursday, Spain; Wednesday, April 30, Provence. HKIL, 5/F, Wellington Plaza, Central. Times, 7pm-8.30pm. Tel 2877 6160; e-mail: email@example.com Strategic brain drain in the new Arab world: role of higher education in post-oil Oman. HKU Faculty of Education Comparative Education Research Centre seminar. Speaker Prof David Chapman, MinnesotaU. G01, Hui Oi Chow Science Building, HKU. Wednesday, 12.45pm-2pm. Tel 2857 8541. Good government - a centripetal theory of democratic governance: HKU Dept of Politics and Public Administration. Speaker Prof John Gerring, BostonU. Room 631 Meng Wah Complex, Pokfulam Road, HKU. Wednesday, 4.30pm-6pm. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Japanese traditional inns and their great female (okami-san) managers: HKU School of Modern Languages and Cultures seminar and workshop. Global Lounge, HKU. Thursday, noon-5.30pm. Japanese with English interpretation. Tel Lucilla Cheng, 2859 2049, e-mail lucilla@HKUCC.hku.hk Canadian secondary school information session: Limestone School District Board, Kingston, Ontario. Canadian Education Centre, Room 1216, China Merchants Tower, Shun Tak Centre, 168 Connaught Road, Central. Thursday, 6pm-8pm. Tel 2524 9668; e-mail email@example.com Bounding professional development for busy teachers: HKIEd lecture. Speaker Dr Gary Barkhuizen, AucklandU. Room D1-LP-03, HKIEd. Friday, April 25, 5.30pm-7pm. Tel Michelle Gu, 2948 8737. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Towards full inclusion - sexual orientation, gender identity and human rights: International Commission of Jurists/HKU Faculty of Law forum. Lecture Theatre T1, Meng Wah Complex, HKU. Next Saturday, 9.30am-4pm. Tel 2859 2941. Exhibitions & Events Classical cello and piano meet . . . jazz: HKUST Centre for the Arts lunchtime concert. Exposition Hall. Tuesday, 1pm-2pm. Tel Jeddy Mok, 2358 6149. Directionalism: joint exhibition by Ling Suet Cheung, Wong Xiang Yi, Tjio Zhi Mi. Hui Gallery, CUHK. Until Thursday. Mon-Thurs, 9.30am-4.30pm. Tel 2609 7612. Flamenco jazz performance by JerezTexas: HKU Faculty of Social Sciences/Global Vision programme Spanish semester. Loke Yew Hall, Main Building, HKU. Thursday, 6.30pm-8.30pm. Tel Alice Lai, 2859 1097; e-mail lhya@HKUCC.hku.hk Art Through My Ages: prints and sculpture by Hon-ching Lee. CUHK United College and Art Museum. Exhibition Hall, University Library, CUHK. Until Tuesday, April 29. Centre for Chinese Archaeology and Art: exhibitions on recent research activities. Gallery IV, Art Museum, CUHK. Until Wednesday, April 30. Mon-Sun, 10am-5pm.  The earliest jade earrings in the world. Gallery III, same date and times.  The Studio and the Altar: Daoist art in China. Gallery I. Until May 11. Tel 2609 7416. Wildlife photographer of the year: Natural History Museum of London/British Council promotion. Special Exhibition Hall, HK Science Museum. Until May 1. Tel 2732 3232.