Oh boy, this is not a government press release - it's a love letter! It's titled 'A date with Tamar', by Peter Yuen Ka-tat, project director of the Architectural Services Department. 'Tamar, to many people, might be no more than a name, a hot topic in the newspapers,' he writes. 'But to me, it means something more, as it has been related to my work and my daily life over the past two decades.' His office overlooks the site, he writes, yet up to the time of the handover the site, being a naval base, was unapproachable. Then it opened up after 1997, and now he can go in and out of Tamar. 'I very much look forward to completion of the project [for a new government headquarters], a stroll along the paths winding though the idyllic open space and a breathtaking view of the harbour,' the smitten Mr Yuen (pictured) says. 'During lunch-time, office workers in the vicinity can grab a sandwich and come here by making use of the connecting footbridges. 'Children will be able to try out their football skills, friends will chat in harbourfront cafes while tourists will take photos with the famous Victoria Harbour as the backdrop. At nightfall, people will go to the promenade to enjoy the glittering lights and laser shows in Tsim Sha Tsui on the Kowloon side.' Build the damned thing, please! So we can stop Mr Yuen from writing more love letters.