Sandy Lam Yik-lin was back on stage for the first time last week after giving birth to her baby last year and moving to Taiwan with songwriter-husband Jonathan Li Zhong-chen. Thousands of fans packed the Hong Kong International Trade and Exhibition Centre for Lam's mini-concert. Lam was touched by her fans' enthusiasm. Japanese group KinKi Kids was in town for its first SAR concert at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Over-enthusiastic fans stood on chairs and waved their hands. Organisers threatened to axe the concert if fans did not sit down. Singer Joey Yung Cho-yee's Happy Valley flat caught fire last Sunday. The blaze, believed to have started when a television overheated, destroyed the flat. She, her brother and mother were taken to hospital and later discharged after treatment. Yung lost all photographs from her childhood. She said she felt sad because such photographs were irreplaceable. She also had not seen her cat before leaving the blaze and hoped it was safe. Dream girl Shu Qi moved to a new house at Jardine's Lookout, close to Leon Lai Ming and Michelle Reis. Asked if hounding by paparazzi upset her, she said she was at ease with them. She said the press was not her enemy and since there would always be paparazzi around, she would say hello if she spotted them. She considered them as her 'bodyguards'. Tickets for singer Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing's concert were being auctioned on the Internet. The highest bid for a ticket was $13,000 from a Japanese fan, while local fans paid between $400 and $900.