A lot of good people are organising events for earthquake victims, but one of the most unique is a social happening tomorrow night at Club M1NT by a few University of Melbourne graduates. They have planned an event called Key & Lock with the funds going to Oxfam. 'It's a concept that's popular in Melbourne and now in Hong Kong,' explained one of the organisers, Rebecca Ting (right). 'Traditionally, it's a singles party but it's also good for encouraging networking and motivates people to talk to each other.' For tomorrow, they've altered the concept slightly. Instead of handing out a key and lock to every man and woman to let them find their evening match, guests will be given a card with a word which will correlate to another word held by someone from the opposite sex. 'What we did was we came up with a list of pairing word matches like 'boy' and 'girl', 'dog' and 'cat',' she says. 'People will then have to figure out whether they match or not tomorrow. Once they find the match, the pair will get a prize.' Sounds more interesting than speed-dating. The idea certainly seems to have appeal, as close to 400 have already signed up. Sadly, booking is now closed for the HK$200-per-person event. But if you want to write to Ting in case she plans future Key & Lock parties, the e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org .