WE READ THE TABLOIDS SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO Love is the drug this week, as the tabloids get passionate about Valentine's Day. Monday, February 10 Pushy mainland babes are stealing our men, reports Easyfinder Magazine. So, resourceful Hong Kong girls are partying in the Delta. 'It's a studmuffin harvest,' says one sated 20-something. 'I'm so glad Hong Kong is part of China.' In more amazing relationship news, the slimming-ad-saturated mag reports: Believe it or not, French men like fat girls. Are they mad? Tuesday, February 11 A love story Hong Kong can understand better is being played out by Elaine Ho. The 1991 Miss Hong Kong contestant has divorced her husband. 'I was not happy with his career achievements,' she tells the Sun. Thankfully, her new boyfriend is much wealthier. A love story Hong Kong never understood is played out by actress/publisher Hilary Tsui Ho-ying and Canto-pop star Eason Chan Yik-shun. 'We don't plan to get married yet, but we live together and we love each other,' a criminally normal Chan tells B International magazine. Wednesday, February 12 Dr Stanley Ho Hung-sun (above right) - he who has had four wives and an estimated 17 children - shares his love tips with Express Weekly. 'Women are very impressed if you name a building after them,' he reveals rather uselessly. Playboy Cecil Chao Sze-tsung's trick is to invite the girls back to his spacey 1960s-style love pad with the line: 'Wanna see the sunrise?' For Next magazine, however, the most important story of the week is: actress Athena Chu Yan's breasts. They were size 35B but now they are 35D. Naturally, this incredible claim is backed up by many, many photos of Chu (above). Thursday, February 13 SAR's love story of the week (if not all time) is that of Brenda and Kai-bong Chau. The golden couple (below) have been combo-dressing for - oh, at least since the dawn of photography. They are never apart and still hold hands at parties.