Teresa Cheung Siu-wai will 'reveal all' about 'the hell of 2002' in the third instalment of her autobiography titled Dark Side Of The Moon. The book details the beautiful socialite's struggles with her $250 million debt, the bankruptcies of her ex-partners and life lived through the paparazzi lens. Yet its message is uplifting. 'Adversity allows you to grow,' she told SAR. 'Facing this debt and refusing to declare bankruptcy has taught me courage and resourcefulness.' However, her book will not name and shame. Lovers are codenamed Armani 54 and Boss 52. 'Unlike most Hong Kong women, I don't measure my men by their bank account,' she said, perhaps a touch disingenuously. 'It's their clothes that catch my eye.' This year looks much better for Cheung. She is still in talks to expand her ultra-chic Galleria boutique into the mainland and has just signed an exclusive deal to market Linda Cantello's hip New York make-up line. 'My favourite is a dark green lipstick,' she says. It's name, ironically, is Loot.