love's labour lost Love means never having to say you're sorry and for marketing people 'love' is a wonderfully elastic concept. Lai See recently received heart warming correspondence from Hong Kong's behemoth banking group that began 'This month marks the anniversary of your banking relationship with HSBC'. We were touched that such a seemingly faceless profit machine cared. It was just a shame they couldn't remember our name and addressed it: 'Dear Customer'. limping away Notice the big orange sheath enveloping a certain large phallic icon in Central. The Asian Wall Street Journal appears to have and is apparently so sick of the sight from its Central Plaza office that a strategy pow wow for its top Asia hacks may be shifted from Hong Kong to Singapore. Lai See hears the Journal's higher-ups are worried that the inescapable sight of its thrusting competitor could impede satisfactory performance at its on-site love in. bridging the gap Taking time out from the furore surrounding the harbour reclamation on Monday night was Secretary for Housing, Planning and Lands Michael Suen Ming-yeung. He was spotted with Hopewell Holdings chairman Sir Gordon Wu Ying-sheung, who wants to build a Lantau-Zhuhai bridge, at the Harbour Fest concert featuring Jose Carreras and Charlotte Church. How apt that Church sang Bridge Over Troubled Water - also a poignant tune for the beleaguered Mike Rowse, who happened to be there as well.