Maybe it's daylight saving time screwing up their clocks, or perhaps there's a territorial dispute at Niagara Falls we don't know about. Whatever the case, there's some wacky date-clashing with our North American friends in Hong Kong. Over the weekend, the American Chamber of Commerce hosted their AmCham Independence Day family outing at Hong Kong Disneyland. The schedule had them going out to the Disneyland Hotel for a buffet brunch, with games, ice cream and entertainment followed by an afternoon in the amusement park for the youngsters. The only thing is, American Independence Day is not until July 4. The chamber decided to celebrate the stars and stripes yesterday alongside handover anniversary celebrations in the city. The politically astute also will note that July 1 is Canada's birthday. While the Canuck chamber of commerce hosted their annual bash in a soggy Lan Kwai Fong on Saturday night, their government's consulate decided to hold off on festivities until later this week. Intriguingly, guess when the consulate is holding its Canada Day reception at the Rotunda of Exchange Square? You guessed it - Wednesday, July 4.