Bridge of understanding No public forum would be complete these days without Sir Gordon Wu Ying-sheung and nothing fires up our infrastructure tsar like 'the bridge'. Sir Gordon famously clashed with Li Ka-shing last year over his vision for a Lantau-Zhuhai link and seems to be enjoying the taste of victory. Last night at the Securities Institute autumn dinner he waxed that 'even people like Henry Fok' had come around to his way of thinking. So had the mystery man only referred to 'you know who..?' Bottom line Sir Gordon also had tough words for the protagonists in the great reclamation stand-off. All parties needed to cool off and apply 'critical analysis'. He recommended that both the government and harbour campaigner Winston Chu Ka-sun 'have their bottoms smacked'. Lai See still yearns a full combat ending in a toxic tub of harbour mud. latest buzz Those nice people at Sunday have rolled out what is being touted as the panacea of the mobile phone age. As dengue fever fear grips the New Territories it has unveiled its buzzing download which emits a high frequency wail, apparently guaranteed to keep mosquitoes at least a metre away. Reports that dogs have been seen marching in tight formation from the Tai Mo Shan area are groundless. cash to splash Full marks to Hong Kong's ever rational punters. Yesterday's 216 per cent rise in Dah Hwa's share price followed news that property punter Wong Kwan of Pearl Oriental fame had taken a 20 per cent slice of the firm. There is nothing like the sloshing sound of hot money to spark up a dull afternoon's trading.