'Looking for Suzy Wong? Well she's dead. Get over it'. So begins the first edition of the Luxe City Guide to Hong Kong, published today. Described by its editors as 'brutally frank and sometimes frankly brutal', the $60 pocket-sized, cliche-free and sharply-written guide takes a fresh and sometimes disarming look at our city. Its target audience (welcomed with the phrase: 'Greetings Shimmerknicks') is upscale short-stay visitors, but SAR reckons we could learn a thing or two. Not least, the bit suggesting the best location for a 'twiddle-prive' - a romantic interlude - as the Hong Kong Aviary. Perhaps the most talked about sections will be 'Luxe Loves' and 'Luxe Loathes'. Below are a few from the Loathes section. Suzy Wong must be turning in her grave: Nathan Road: a big, fat, noisy, fumey dump. Jumbo Floating Restaurant: tourist rubbish. Temple Street Market: everything you never wanted in one rancid place. Hong Kong Zoo: pitiful and unnecessary. At the same time, Luxe seems a guide of simple pleasures. Its Loves include the Ocean Park cable-car and aquarium and the Hong Kong skyline at night.