It is not only the cast and crew of Infernal Affairs who hang on every word uttered by the White Dragon King. Yet his advice often seems less than earth-shattering. 'He told me not to be so irritable and to smile more,' actress Shu Qi revealed last year after a trip to the guru, who also gave her a jade pendant. His words to Infernal Affairs 2 actor Shawn Yue Man-lok (left) were equally mundane: 'Don't talk too much on the telephone.' And co-star Eric Tsang Chi-wai was told to 'be careful when you're driving'. Perhaps they were hoping for the sort of tips the master reputedly gives Star East vice-chairman Natalis Chan Pak-cheung. 'The advice si fu [master] has given me has always been spot on,' says Chan, a punter who has been highly successful at the racetrack. Even the beleaguered Emperor Entertainment Group chairman Albert Yeung Sau-shing has sought his advice. He is believed to have asked the White Dragon King for his views on new artists for the EMG music label. 'It doesn't matter who you launch but they have to be under 20 and come from single-parent families,' prophesied the king. Yeung promptly signed up teenagers Charlene Choi Tsoek-jin and Gillian Chung Yan-tung - better known as the multi-million-dollar Canto-pop phenomenon, Twins. Hong Thai Travel is offering a four-day trip to Thailand, including a visit to the White Dragon King Temple on the second day, for $1,599. Inquiries, tel: 2928 6060. Instant Travel Services has a five-day, four-night trip to Thailand, visiting the temple on the third day, for $2,200. Inquiries, tel: 2780 3233. Both companies note that while every member of their tour parties can enter the temple, they cannot guarantee an audience with the White Dragon King.