WHY does it not surprise us that one of Jackie Chan's favourite drinks is called Golden Dream? The ever-popular action star who jetted back into the SAR for the opening of Star East - the restaurant franchise with more showbiz shareholders than Planet Hollywood - gave a young bartender the shakes when he challenged her to make him the drink, even though he promised not to have her fired if she could not. However, the young woman rose to the occasion and came up with a concoction that earned the thumbs-up - and another order for a double - from Chan. For the benefit of curious readers, Ad-lib found out that it consists of orange juice, milk, Cointreau and Galliano. Ng ties knot in low-key ceremony AFTER four false alarms, and a seven-month courtship, actress Christine Ng Wing-mei has finally, really, tied the knot with public relations man Lin Hoi-tong. The couple were married at a very private ceremony in Vancouver on June 30 attended only by close family members. In an effort to keep the lid on the ceremony and avoid being swarmed by paparazzi, the couple did not even invite any of her showbiz friends, although most of them understood her reasons. This is the second marriage for Ng, who was married briefly to businessman Yung Kong-pui in 1990. The couple had only been married 15 days when he died suddenly of a heart attack. Liu hopes for fresh start in business FORMER TVB actor Liu Wai-hung, better known as Ah Charn, has really been hit hard by the recession in Asia. Liu shot to fame as Chow Yun-fat's mainland brother in the TV series Man In The Net in the 1970s, but has been living in Malaysia after marrying a local girl there a few years ago. His recent efforts to start a karaoke business in China ran into a brick wall and creditors have been knocking at his door, giving rise to rumours that he had filed for bankruptcy. But last week, Liu held a press conference to explain that while times have been bad for him and his family, he has started a new restaurant business in Kuala Lumpur with money borrowed from his mother and sister. Choi's clumsy handling of confrontation ALL this business with disc jockey Miguel Choi Hong-lin and actress See Leem-chi is rather worrying. A couple of months ago, the Chinese press broke the story that Choi had been physically abusing See although both later issued a joint denial. Last week, there were reports that Choi had backed his car away from See while she was leaning against it, causing her to fall and hurt herself. The former Commercial Radio disc jockey (he left the job after the last fracas) said on a radio programme that she was being belligerent and he just wanted to avoid a confrontation. Ad-lib thinks there must have been a better way of handling the situation.