Since quitting as creative director at Commercial Radio two years ago, he has become a successful comic-strip artist under the pseudonym Siu Ming. Au-Yeung has published six anthologies, and has weekly cartoons in HK Magazine and a Taiwanese newspaper. Favourite book: My latest favourite is Representation Of The Intellectual by Edward W. Said, a Palestinian lecturer on culture at Columbia University. It's an analysis of how an intellectual from a cultural minority can battle for philosophical independence from the majority - which should inspire all of us in Hong Kong. Magazine: Domus, an Italian bilingual monthly magazine on architecture and design with excellent graphics. Film: La Notte, directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, an elegant character drama set during one night in Milan. The people, sets and furniture represent everything I like about the '60s. CD: I'm Your Man by Leonard Cohen, a great poet with a deep, sexy voice. He was always having affairs, then he decided to give it all up and become a Zen Buddhist. It's the way forward for men. Car: I don't drive - it's too scary in Hong Kong. But I love the original dark-green Mini Cooper with a white top because it's a simple, honest and humble. Place in Hong Kong to take a guest: My extremely bare studio flat - I am a fan of minimalism - so my guests can see that you can exist in Hong Kong without materialist habits. Method of keeping fit: Eating. The more you eat, the more you understand what is and isn't good for you, and from that you can naturally build a healthy and disciplined diet. Way to spend a Sunday: I always work on Sunday to stay ahead of others. I squeeze in a rest during the week if I need it. Holiday destination: Any Arabian country. My recent visit to Yemen has sparked an urge to learn more about Arabic culture. Scent: The nostalgic and healthy smell of Chinese herbal medicine. That's why I love Sai Wan. Cosmetic/beauty product? Grey Flannel, a scent by Geoffrey Beene which is pleasing and macho, yet quiet. Accessory: None, although I miss the free Kenwood watch I carried in my pocket for more than 10 years. Hairdresser: My dad until I was 26. Then my girlfriend, who my dad trained before he moved to Canada. Meal: Any kind of dumplings. I wouldn't mind if I ate nothing else for an entire week. Restaurant: Any family-run pasta restaurant in Italy. I also like Bibendum in London. Alcoholic drink: I don't drink much but I like Absolut Vodka for the bottle. Shop: Park 'N Shop, especially the renovated one in Discovery Bay where I buy the bare essentials. Artist: Keith Haring, an American grafitti artist-turned-painter famous for his simple yet powerful atomic baby and barking dog images. It's a shame he died so young. Designer: My recent favourite is Jean Nouvel, a French architect best known for his designs for the Institute of the Arabic World and the Cartier Foundation art gallery, both in Paris. I love his innovative concepts of light and transparency. Person: Me and my lovers - people should not limit themselves to one.