AD-LIB really has to take its hat off to the Chinese paparazzi who have been camping out at Chek Lap Kok airport. If you thought they could recognise only local showbiz personalities, you are wrong. Last week, a new Chinese daily published a rare shot of Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands Gordon Siu Kwing-chue with a young female companion in tow. The reporter even went off to do some research on the book the woman was holding: Milan Kundera's Immortality. Of course, Chek Lap Kok is not the only favoured haunt of the paparazzi. With summer now upon us, they are also camping out near the SAR's beaches and have managed to catch a budding romance or two. The professional Faye Wong CANTO-POP diva Faye Wong and mainland musician Dao Wei may have signed divorce papers last month, but the singer has said Dao will still be the musical director of her new album planned for late summer. The Wong-Dao marriage came to a disastrous end when the latter went public about his affair with Beijing photographer Gao Yuan, which has been going on for several years. Wong has not made any comment on the breakdown of her marriage, but her manager Katie Chan Ka-ying has said Wong has always been able to keep her work and her private life separate and so has no qualms about using Dao for the new album. Silence be with you, says Lucas DISTRIBUTORS for Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and the soundtrack have apparently been learning how to work with their mouths gagged and their hands and feet tied. George Lucas, the creator of the series, is said to be so hands-on he has insisted on choosing the right cinemas to screen the prequel, even in little old Hong Kong. The record distributor has also been forbidden to send out the soundtrack for promotion and publicity until a certain time before the film's release in Hong Kong on July 1. The distributors have, of course, not been able to give any official comment on what is going to happen without prior clearance by Lucas. Stars come out for Chan debut HONG Kong director Peter Chan Ho-sun is no doubt feeling more than a little triumphant after the successful premiere of his Hollywood debut The Love Letter last week. The premiere had a star-studded turnout with both Hong Kong and Tinseltown players present. Among those seen at the event at Los Angeles' Century City Plaza Theatres were John Travolta and wife Kelly Preston, Warren Beatty and Annette Bening, Stephen Spielberg and Kate Capshaw - who produced and starred in the movie - as well as Hong Kong friends Jackie Chan, Stanley Tong Kwai-lai and Alfred Cheung Kin-ting.