As we stifle a collective yawn at the Hong Kong and Macau Jockey Clubs' dispute over offshore betting that looks set to be long-running, two men from the two cities have offered to cheer us up and extend the olive branch - under the mantle of Elvis Presley. At yet another gig to mark the 25th anniversary of the King's demise last week, Presley impersonators Johnny Ma from Hong Kong and Rudy Souza (far right, with Ma) from Macau showed that the two cities are still friends by going wild on stage at a pub in the former Portuguese enclave. Ma, a civil servant, and Souza, a casino executive, concurred that the show represented 'everlasting friendship' between the two Special Administrative Regions. Their intentions are good. But in order to patch up the differences, the performers should have been Macau Jockey Club chairman Stanley Ho Hung-sun and Hong Kong Jockey Club chief executive Lawrence Wong Chi-kwong.