THE star of Takeshi Kaneshiro - or Kam Shing-mo as he is known in Hong Kong - seems to be shining much more brilliantly than ever. The Japanese-Chinese actor/singer, who has recently been featured in Prada advertisements, has snagged the coveted 'role' as the voice of Tarzan in Disney's new animated adventure movie. The Taiwan-born Kaneshiro, who is currently one of the hottest talents in Japan, will be doing the dubbing for three languages: Japanese, Cantonese and Putonghua. Unfortunately, the last time we heard him, his Cantonese intonation was not anything to write home about, but maybe a character like Tarzan can get away with a strange accent. We'll find out when the film is released in Hong Kong in June. More to robbery than meets the eye A BREAK-IN and robbery at the home of Miss Asia Pacific Losa Law Lai-sa last week developed into something more sinister as the media dug out more details. Two men apparently followed Law into her home and robbed her of $200, a mobile phone and some credit cards late last Saturday. But now, sources close to her have alleged that the host of ATV's Hong Kong Today was also drugged and nude pictures taken of her for blackmail purposes. The case has now been turned over to the Organised Crime and Triad Bureau for further investigation. Law has refused to be interviewed. Chan makes it out of the vinyl era IT has really been a year of revival for 1960s screen star Chan Po-chu. Not only has her stage comeback, Sentimental Journey, been drawing the crowds, but record label EMI Hong Kong will soon be releasing a compact disc of 38 of her 'greatest hits'. Chan released 29 albums during her reign as one of the top artists of her era, but none ever made it out of the vinyl age. The actress/singer will be signing 10 copies of the album to be auctioned to raise money for the Yam Pak charity fund, which is run in honour of her opera teachers Yam Kim-fai and Pak Suet-sin. Ronnie Yip's bouncing media baby FORMER category III star Ronnie Yip Yuk-hing gave birth to a bouncing baby girl, Victoria, in New York University Hospital in the United States on Tuesday. The 33-year-old actress, who gave up her career in Hong Kong to marry US businessman Jeffrey Wu, seems to have settled quite happily into marital bliss in her new Long Island home. But the Hong Kong media have been anticipating the birth and the couple were forced to hold a mini press conference at the visitors' lounge of the hospital to convey the news. It's our bet the hospital was wondering what all the fuss was about.