Bounce Back Hong Kong! It's a feel-good campaign phrase we are hearing a lot of. But what exactly is bouncing back? A search through the Post's recent archives has found that, despite the government's best efforts, only the following have actually 'bounced back'. ? The US dollar bounced back from multi-year lows against the euro yesterday as United States stock futures pointed to a recovery on Wall Street. (Post, July 18) ? Despite falling off his bike after an hour of racing, the 23-year-old sprinter bounced back to come fourth behind Zabel. (July 7) ? Steven Spielberg . . . master film-maker - and master entertainer - has bounced back to his best with Minority Report, a clever and commanding thriller. (July 4) ? A great day for US soccer. The Americans bounced back from a humbling defeat by Poland in their final group game to knock arch-rivals Mexico out. (July 2) ? [David Beckham] was ruthlessly jeered at every ground he played at by thugs making obscene chants about his pop-star wife Victoria and son Brooklyn . . . But he has bounced back. (May 30) ? The ball-bearing bounced back and hit him in the mouth knocking out two teeth. (May 22) ? British airline Virgin Atlantic has bounced back from the post-September 11 slump to be earnings positive again, Virgin head Richard Branson said yesterday. (April 17) ? In the past year, the tall Australian redhead [Nicole Kidman] has bounced back from the heartbreak of marriage failure, losing a baby in a miscarriage and fending off a stalker to turn in two top-notch movie performances. (April 16) Sadly, mentions of Hong Kong bouncing back were preceded by the words 'has not yet'.