Tomorrow is 1 July 1997 and six million Hong Kong residents will wake up in Communist China. Do the ominous storm clouds portend trouble brewing? For some, this is simply the world's biggest party. But most of the residents of this city are anxious about what tomorrow will bring. The lives of five residents literally collide during the final hours under British rule. Each feels trepidation and anxiety for the future. Martin the young entitled British-banker is desperately trying to hale a cab to get to his ball, impossible on a night like this. Egregiously late, he may have scuppered his chance of promotion and enlists the help of Florence, a British educated Chinese mystic whose loss of family fortune led her to seek a spiritual existence. Martin is dating Nancy, his older American girlfriend and works for her father at the bank. Desperately wanting to settle down and have kids, Nancy's biological clock is ticking away; she is expecting Martin to propose to her tonight. May Lee the ...