Out with the brooms and scrubbing brushes - we're all going to make our housing estates squeaky clean, say pop stars HOUSING estates are set to look squeaky clean - that is if all of us heed the appeal from radio and TV stations and pop stars. The '1995 Keep Estates Clean Campaign' was launched at the Lok Fu Shopping Centre recently. Residents, especially children, were asked to keep the neighbourhood clean and tidy, and co-operate with contractors hired to maintain the estates. Officiating at the ceremony were Fung Tung, Director of Housing, and Chan Kam-man,chairman of the Housing Authority's Management and Operations Committee. Putting a bright note into the appeal were singers Hacken Lee and Cass Phang. Along with their latest hits, Lee and Phang belted out the cleanliness message. The campaign director James Fung Wai-tong said: 'We make a big effort every year with the Keep Estates Clean Campaign. We try to get the message across in as appealing a way as possible, through pop stars and broadcasting.' The organisers are also putting on a 'Fun and Safety Concert' tomorrow at Repulse Bay, urging beach-goers to be more careful in the sea and giving life-saving demonstrations. The performers will be Wu Chien-lian, Amanda Lee and Edmond Leung.