A TSIM Sha Tsui East karaoke bar which has been found guilty of unlicensed liquor sales twice since March last year was yesterday granted a temporary liquor licence - despite police objections. Police and district officers will monitor Club Hana in Mody Road during the next three months before the Liquor Licensing Board considers extending the licence. Police said that a warning letter was issued to Club Hana in March last year for selling liquor without a licence. Then in May and January this year the club was charged and fined for the same offence, in addition to possession of liquor for sale without a licence. Chief Inspector Chu Fun-wing said he believed the applicant was ''not a fit and proper person'' to hold a liquor licence. But Chang Tseng Jiuan-ming, manager of the club, said in yesterday's hearing that most of the wine did not belong to the club, but was brought in by customers. A board spokesman said: ''The applicant has shown her sincerity in the hearing. She has been fined more than $60,000 and we don't think she will break the law again because of the heavy penalty.''