Although several entertainment projects are under way to raise funds and lift spirits after the earthquake in Sichuan, singer-actor Leon Lai Ming says healing victims in devastated areas by visiting them and helping to rebuild their homes and lives is a priority. Lai, a goodwill ambassador for Unicef, said he had been planning a trip to Sichuan province with the children's organisation. He wants to use his own hands not only to help victims rebuild their damaged homes but to heal the wounds of those who have lost their parents and are now orphans. Projects under consideration in Hong Kong include a film directed by Infernal Affairs' Andrew Lau Wai-keung with A-list stars. A massive fund-raising show featuring more than 100 local artists is also scheduled for June 1 at the Pop TV Arena in West Kowloon. 'These victims lost their homes and are living on the streets without electricity or television. They won't be able to watch any of these shows. If you asked me to spend hours making a film, I think I'd prefer to pay a visit,' Lai said. He stressed that he was not against the idea of a film or a show, saying 'everyone is trying to help out, doing whatever they can'.