For one night, Gilbert Yeung Kei-lung wants people to go somewhere other than Dragon-i. That's because the nightclub owner is breaking ranks to make a one-night guest DJ appearance at friendly rival Kee Club tonight. 'I played there for almost two years before I opened Dragon-i,' Yeung recalled. 'Their people have seen me grow up from like a child, to a bad boy rebel, to a little bit more mature now. I'm really looking forward to it. I love DJ-ing. I still have it in me.' The idea arose when Kee Club's marketing guru, Marina Bullivant, dropped by Yeung's bar one night. 'I complimented Gilbert on his music and he jokingly asked if we would hire him,' Bullivant said. 'I said we couldn't afford him. We joked about it for a couple of days and then thought, 'what a good idea' - people see clubs as competitive with each other, which we are, but there is also a fun and friendly side.' So the Emperor's prodigal son will be spinning his house grooves at the Wellington Street members club after 11pm tonight. But during the day, Yeung is working hard on a big new project. 'It's just confirmed we're doing a restaurant on Canton Road at the old marine police station. It's going to be a funky Thai fusion restaurant called Heritage 1881, teaming with a celebrity chef from Thailand. It'll open at the beginning of November.'