THAT informative bi-monthly rag with a finger firmly on the pulse of alternative Hongkong, HK Magazine, has released its eagerly awaited annual awards with bouquets for some and juicy raspberries for others. As the freebie mag comments in its foreword: ''The good, the bad and the indifferent, as selected by our hip-deluxe readers. Screw the through train, the people have spoken.'' The role of honour (or dishonour as the case may be) is detailed, encompassing everything and everybody from Rugby Sevens, Bowen Road, Sumo wrestling and Deng's grave to Chris Patten, Allen Lee, David Akers-Jones and MTV's effervescent jockette Nonie. Also somewhere there among this illustrious company your humble columnist's mug can be spotted. Although it appears to be in a section called . . . er . . . ahem . . . ''Worst of the Worst''. Surely some mistake . . .