Hong Kong's coolest new members' club is in London. That, at least, is the theory of Microsoft zillionaire Paul Allen and Eurythmics guitarist Dave Stewart (left). They are sifting Hong Kong's movers and shakers to find members for 'The Hospital', their new #100-million (HK$1.23-billion), seven-storey, celebrity-draped superclub built on the site of Covent Garden's St Paul's Hospital. 'We want to offer memberships to Hong Kong people who make projects happen,' Robert Gorman, The Hospital's director of artists and member relations, told guests at an invite-only dinner at Alibi bar and restaurant on Saturday night. 'The Hospital is designed as a collaboration point for artists and producers from around the world. Think of it as a 21st-century version of Andy Warhol's Factory - only with better furniture.' The club - which will have all the usual bars and restaurants, plus a television-production studio, an art gallery, screening room and recording facilities - opens in the spring. The first artists in residence will be Dennis Hopper, Damien Hirst and Angelica Huston. Overseas membership is about HK$9,000. Visit www.thehospital.co.uk for more information.