A guided walk exploring the heritage of Birmingham's Chinese community is being held next month to raise funds for the Birmingham Big Art Project.
Called the Chung Ying Walk, it will visit three restaurants for food and drinks and also feature live music and a discussion about the Chinese custom of moonwalking.
The guided tour will start at Chung Ying Central, in Colmore Row, followed by visits to Chung Ying, in Wrottesley Street, and Chung Ying Garden Restaurant, in Thorp Street.
The Birmingham Big Art Project will cost around £2 million and is aiming to commission and install an iconic piece of public art for the city centre.
Organisers says they want a piece of art which will have maximum visual impact and be recognisable around the world.
The Birmingham Big Art Foundation is now a registered charity and its patrons include The Lord Lieutenant of the West Midlands, The Bishop of Birmingham and several other figures from commerce, industry and the media across Birmingham and the Midlands.
A site for the artwork will be selected this autumn and a list of artists who will be invited to submit their ideas will be published next May. The artwork is set to be completed in 2018.
The guided walk starts at 6.30pm on September 8 - for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org