So who is this ubersexual? Does he exists here in Asia, or is it a species you find only in Hollywood, New York or London? Could our very own Donald - that's Donald Tsang Yam-kuen - be one? He's a leader, he's cultured, he's a family man. 'Er, possibly,' said one of my female friends doubtfully. 'Oh, no, definitely not,' said another. 'Nothing uber-sexy about him.' According to the PR company that came up with the term, 'ubersexuals are the most attractive (not just physically), most dynamic, and most compelling men of their generations. They are confident, masculine, stylish and committed to uncompromising quality in all areas of life.' Bearing those characteristics in mind, here are the nominees my female friends came up with: Actor Chow Yun-fat, a man who is confident with who he is. He oozes sex appeal, is talented, always looks good and has deep, kind and intense eyes. He's also known for being down-to-earth and helping old ladies with their shopping. Businessman David Tang Wing-cheung, charismatic and confident, a culture vulture with impeccable style and taste, popular with the in-crowd and with a Midas touch in business. Tony Leung Chiu-wai, handsome and seemingly modest, a versatile and talented actor and a man who, according to reports, isn't afraid to show devotion to his mother who brought him up single-handedly. Tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun may look like someone's very elderly grandfather, but money, strength of character and success are characteristics of the ubersexual and can be immensely attractive - just ask Donald Trump. Writer/director Wong Kar Wai is a bold, unique artist in dark glasses. A man respected and admired by his peers, a story-teller with a talent for conveying emotions on the big screen Singer/actor Andy Lau Tak-Wah, the so-called Tom Cruise of the East. He's hardworking, dedicated, popular and handsome. Korean-American actor Daniel Dae Kim, who plays Jin in the TV series Lost. He's a devoted father and husband, intelligent, an all-round nice guy, and strikingly good-looking with great cheek bones. Legislator 'Long Hair' Leung Kwok-hung. He may not be well groomed, but he has his own style, is comfortable with who he is, refuses to conform, has passion, and stands up for what he believes.