Moiselle presents T-shirts that are a perfect fit in the eyes of the gods In many cultures, perfection is deemed an insult to the gods (or God, depending on whether you worship in the plural or singular). Indeed, Lai See seems to recall that Navajo blanket weavers would deliberately knit asymmetries into their patterns lest they upstage the Great Blanket Weaver in the Sky. God forbid you should show up at the market with a better product than Him (or Her, depending on which gender you worship). Perhaps that explains the wording fashion retailer Moiselle embroidered on in its 'exclusive' line of $800 to $4,000 Disney Princess T-shirts, which we shamelessly plugged in yesterday's column. On closer inspection, one of Lai See's colleagues, who had been given one, noticed a typo on her T-shirt: 'Walt Disney Princess pressnted [sic] by Moiselle.' Then it occurred to us that maybe Moiselle had deliberately given reject items to the press corps. Not according to Moiselle, they hadn't, as a company spokeswoman assured our colleague that her complimentary T-shirt had a retail value of $839. Unfortunately, that far exceeds the value ceiling on gifts that South China Morning Post journalists are allowed to accept. Looks like we'll have to give it back (sob). Disney, by the way, sells a children's English instruction DVD set for kids at almost $30,000 a pop. Perhaps they should send a few free sets over to the good people at Moiselle. tasty treats provide winning feeling When a company abruptly shifts its investment focus from construction materials to Macau casinos, goody two-shoes corporate governance types say 'tsk-tsk-tsk'. Not journalists, though, for whom such sudden transformations can have a definite upside. Take K Wah Construction Materials' press conference announcing its multibillion-dollar acquisition of Galaxy Casino, hosted yesterday morning at the offices of investment bank UBS, which is advising on the deal. Refreshments on offer included tasty Macanese treats such as almond cakes and Portuguese tarts. We never got anything like that back when Lui Che-woo's K Wah was just a boring old building company. city telecom's great leap forward To survive in the dog-eat-dog world of telecommunications, you need to be fast. City Telecom chairman Ricky Wong Wai-kay will today unveil an advertising campaign featuring China's first Olympic 110-metre hurdles gold medallist, Liu Xiang. 'Dare to dream, dare to do, do or die,' Liu says in the ads. No doubt Mr Wong hopes that City Telecom will surmount the many hurdles to its business with the same speed and grace that Liu soars over his. Learning not to inhale From today's courts list: Dynasty Classic Limited (trading as Genki Sushi) for 'failing to ensure employees inhale impurities'. So much for a drug-free workplace. Sign us up.