ONE of Paris' top nude acts makes its overseas debut in Hong Kong tonight . . . all covered up! Dancers from the glittering Crazy Horse cabaret are renowned for their mastery of l'Art du Nu - the Art of the Nude. But they were invited here to perform for Xinhua (New China News Agency) officials and Hong Kong's business leaders on condition they kept their clothes on. 'They told us the way here is not to be topless, and we agreed,' said a Crazy Horse spokesman as dancers limbered up for a curtailed version of their Teasing routine. The French Asian Arts Society, chaired by pro-China tycoon Tsui Tsin-tong, is footing the bill for importing six Crazy Horse dancers, their choreographer, sets and lighting for a performance at the Grand Hyatt. Those with front-row seats include Xinhua deputy director Zhang Junshen and Pearl Oriental Holdings chairman Wong Kwan, but all 38 ballroom tables have been snapped up for $50,000 to $70,000 each. A founding member of the society, Wayne Leung, would not confirm that Xinhua had approved Mr Zhang's attendance subject to 'no bare breasts'. 'There has been a great debate and the consensus is that it is better for the dancers to wear tops. It's because of the censorship in Hong Kong,' he said. The society, which is raising funds for the Parisian Guimet Museum dedicated to Asian art, glitters almost as brightly as the sequin-clad dancers. Vice-chairman is French Consul-General Thierry Dans, with Hang Seng Bank chairman Sir Quo-wei Le an honorary adviser, and Tung Chee-hwa's sister Alice King, the art consultant. Committee members include Sun Hung Kai Properties chief Walter Kwok Ping-sheun and the China Club's David Tang Wing-cheung. In a tribute for the handover, the troupe has included a number entitled God Save Our Bareskins in which 'the dancers wear Buckingham Palace Guard headdress and little else'. Other highlights of the Teasing performance include I've Got the Itch and See-Thru Peek a Boo.