It's report-card day and socialites everywhere are nervous. Hong Kong Tatler has just released its 'Top 500 Essential Register of Hong Kong High Society'. Bubbling in the minds of the champagne set is just one thought: am I in or am I out? This year has been savage. About 65 people have been air-kissed into the social roll-call. But - oh, the cruelty! - another 65 have been flicked into oblivion. Shock departures include interior designer Simon Jackson, businessman Harry Hiranand (above), rag-trade king Silas Chou Kei-fong and socialites Reyna Harilela, Vicky Lam, Yolanda Yung, May Woo and Lucy Bond Marriott. 'It is a list of the people who shape the city,' said editor Rachel Plecas. 'To get in you have to be accomplished, charitable, visible and well-mannered.' By which SAR presumes she means rich, busy, expensively dressed and a 'please don't punch me if you were dropped' attitude. One reason for this year's social carnage is the emergence of a new generation of young heirs. New-comers such as Fendi's Yolanda Choi (left), Timothy Fok Tsun-ting's son Kenneth, Jardine Pacific's Adam Keswick, Bluebell's Ying-Yee Ho and Siberian Fur scion Jennifer Fong have appeared and in many cases displace parents or older siblings.