There's one club that has a thriving membership where you can rub shoulders with celebrities but won't be charged the cappuccino prices of Cipriani's. The Dirty Old Man's club, as it is affectionately known, was founded by Hero cinematographer Chris Doyle (left) and occupies the salubrious space at the hot dog stand outside the nightclub Drop, off Lyndhurst Terrace. There's no music, but curiously enough there is a resident DJ - 60-something DJ Kulu (right), another founding member. The two men shoot the breeze over a cup of tea or a beer and, miraculously, girls (some clubbers, some film groupies) flock to the spot for some entertainment. Doyle tells us: 'It's the new place to hang out. We meet up with loads of people, mostly girls and if we are not there, they might leave us naughty graffiti messages.' And thus another Hong Kong night spot is born.