Schools & Families Australian day and boarding school exhibition: For parents and children aged 11-15. HK Overseas Studies Centre. Langham Place Hotel, Mongkok. Tomorrow, noon to 6pm. Tel 2730 2068. Cambridge young learners' English tests: Seminar for parents of kindergarten-to-primary school-age students. British Council, Rooms 307/401, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty. April 18 and 21, 4.30pm-6pm and 7pm-8.30pm respectively. www.britishcouncil.org.hk Higher & Continuing The strong interaction matter: HKU Dept of Physics seminar. Speaker: Prof Fan Wang, Joint Centre for Particle Nuclear Physics and Cosmology, NanjingU/Academy of China. Room 522, Y.M. Chong Physics Building, HKU. Monday, 10.30am-11.30am. Tel 2859 2360. At the cross-roads: The future of national policy after the death of Han Wu Di. CityU Chinese Civilisation Centre lecture. Prof Huang Pumin, RenminU. AV Room 6143, Level 6, Amenities Building, CityU. Monday, 10.30am-12.20pm. In Putonghua. Tel 2194 2477. Media, public diplomacy and security: CityU Dept of Media and Communication seminar. Speaker: Prof William Briggs. New Media Lab Y7544, Yellow zone, Academic Building (lift 4), CityU, Monday,4.30pm-6pm. E-mail: email@example.com Codifying directors' duties: was it worth it? HKU Faculty of Law seminar. Speaker: Richard Nolan, CambridgeU. Council Chamber, 8/F Meng Wah Complex, HKU. Monday, 6.30pm-7.30pm. Tel 2219 4323. Hours of power: Talk by PolyU alumni. Jockey Club Auditorium, PolyU. Tuesday, midday-2pm. Tel 2766 7758. A growth agenda without growth: English spatial policy, sustainable community planning and the death of the neo-liberal project? HKU Kadoorie Institute seminar. Speaker: Prof Mike Raco, King's College London. Room TS303, 3/F, T. T. Tsui Building, HKU. Tuesday, 12.50pm-1.50pm. E-mail Ms Kwok: firstname.lastname@example.org Privacy - the changing landscape: HKU Faculty of Law/Journalism and Media Studies Centre for Comparative and Public Law joint seminar. Speaker: Dr Venkat Iyer, editor, The Commonwealth Lawyer and Law Commissioner, Northern Ireland. Room 102, LG1/F, K.K. Leung Building, HKU. Wednesday, 1pm-2pm. Tel 2859 2941. Hong Kong's contribution to China's legal modernisation: CityU School of Law seminar. Speaker: Daniel Fung, JP, SC. Multi-media conference room, Y.C. Cheng Building, CityU. Wednesday, 5.30pm. Tel 2788 7367. Eileen Chang - romancing two cultures: HKU Faculty of Arts symposium. Convocation Room, HKU. Thursday and Friday, 9am-6pm. Tel 2219 4476. European Union-China energy relations: Centre for Asian Pacific Studies, LingnanU. Speaker: Maria Castillo Fernandez, European Commission, Hong Kong and Macau. Room AR127, K.K. Leung Building, LingnanU. Thursday, 2.30pm-4pm. Tel 2616 7427. How does 'guanxi' become social capital: HKBU Dept of Sociology seminar. Speaker: Zhang Wanli, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Room RL3-105, Block 3, Low-rise Buildings, Baptist University Road Campus. Thursday, 2.30pm-4pm. Tel 3411 7131. Maps in the age of the internet: Current challenges and future trends. HKBU Dept of Geography seminar. Speaker: Prof Michael Peterson, NebraskaU at Omaha. Y.S. Wu Lecture Theatre (NAB 209), Lam Woo Conference Centre, Shaw Campus, HKBU. Thursday, 3pm. Tel 3411 2412/7129. The changing world of international news in the 21st century: The impact of digital technology. HKBU Institute of Journalism and Society international conference. HKBU Campus. April 14-16, 9am-5.30pm.Tel 3411 5080. One Water: HKBU School of Communication film show. LT-204, WLB Building, Shaw Campus, HKBU. April 15, 7.45pm-9.30pm. Tel: 3411 7499. Exhibitions & Events Noctural Spring Concert: HKBU University Choirs. Conductor: Dr John Winzenburg; guest faculty organist, Dr David Urrows. Academic Community Hall, HSH Campus, Waterloo Road, Kowloon Tong. Tomorrow, 8pm. Tel 3411 7096. Chamber music concert: HKUST Centre for the Arts. With Choi Sown Lo, piano; Chow Lap Chung, violin; William Lane, viola; and Laurent Perrin, cello. Exposition Hall, HKUST. Tuesday, 7.30pm-9.30pm. Drawings by the Buckners: Art exhibition. United College/Chung Chi College event. Admin Building Lobby Gallery, CUHK. Last two days, Monday and Tuesday, 9am-5pm. Tel 2609 8140/26961844. CUHK and HKIEd joint band concert: Lee Hysan Concert Hall, CUHK. Until Wednesday, April 8, 8pm-11pm. HKBU Handbell Choir annual concert: University Chapel, Ho Sin Hang Campus. Thursday, 7.30pm. Tel 9222 0343. Transformation of the vital spirit: An exhibition of creative watercolours by Prof Cheng Yin Cheong (1973-2009). B2-P-01 Art Gallery, HKIEd. April 17-May 4, 9am-7pm. Tel 2948 6328. Act 1: HKBU Academy of Visual Arts exhibition. AVA Kai Tak Campus Gallery. Friday until April 19, 10am-8pm. Tel 2353 5802. A Maze: Solo exhibition by Wong Yee-ki. CUHK New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library. April 13-24. Mon-Fri 8.20am-10pm, Sat until 7pm, Sun 1pm-7pm, closed on public holidays. Tel 2609 7655. Chinese Music Orchestra annual concert: HKBU University Chapel, Ho Sin Hang Campus. April 16, 7.30pm.Tel 6070 3558. Chinese Civilisation Centre exhibition. Gallery, Level 6, Amenities Building, CityU. Until Friday, May 10, 10am-7.30pm daily.