The Hong Kong Cancer Fund's month-long Pink Revolution campaign is in full swing, raising awareness and cash. Although the fight is focused on breast cancer, it's not the only front where the battle rages. Juicy Couture hosted a cocktail do in Two IFC's oval atrium on Thursday - and it is also one of the shops selling special items this month in support - to push the message with an accompanying photo display. The display shows images by cancer survivor and artist Catherine Zhang Sijin, who used close-ups of flowers to symbolise her fight with a different form of cancer 10 years ago. 'I went to a doctor and was diagnosed with cancer. The first thing that came up in my mind was: 'God bless me, I've only just started pursuing photography',' she recalled. An operation removed the growth, but it's a constant fear that it will return. 'You just never know when it may happen, so I have learned to be calm and not to stress myself out. If I work too hard, I better stop.' Joining 17 other survivors at the do, Zhang wants to advise patients to have courage. 'Think positively! Always have hope. As long as you live, there must be a solution and you are not fighting alone.' The rest of us can help by sporting a pink ribbon this month, and remember, Dress Pink Day is on October 24.