The all-woman Liberal Party team contesting the Hong Kong Island constituency is going the extra mile to get its message across. The campaign broadcast which went out on ATV late last night left little doubt that the audience knew what the candidates were saying. While Ada Wong Ying-kay spelled out why they should be elected, Alice Lam Chui-lin translated the speech into sign language. For good measure, Alice Tso Shing-yuk, the other member of the trio battling Martin Lee Chu-ming's stranglehold on the electorate, used a set of cue cards. Citizens Party's hopeful Mozart Lui Yat-ming knows how to make use of limited time at a forum - announce his mobile phone number. In a one-minute round-up at an RTHK forum, Mr Lui briefly repeated his aims and then said: 'My mobile phone number is 9132 0300. 'You can call me - Lui Yat-ming - direct by dialling this number.' Reminded by the host he had 15 seconds left, Mr Lui knew what was important - he repeated his number again. His straightforward approach impressed some of his rivals. Non-affiliated Andrew Wong Wang-fat gave him a pat on the back. Another NT East candidate, horse trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee, was as outspoken as ever when asked why he did not attend the forum. 'I have no interest in quarrelling with others. It's senseless and graceless. I won't participate in such forums.' Mr Kan quoted tipsters as predicting that he would get 10,000 or so votes. He had 6,000 in the last elections.