WHILE many families with elderly or sick members were eagerly waiting to learn how they might benefit from the Governor's new pledges, the Yuen family decided to snub the whole policy address. Matthew Yuen Tat-hing, 36, said: 'The address has nothing to do with us and many other so-called sandwich class families. 'We are neglected. The Governor has never really cared about us.' Mr Yuen lives with his wife, two children, his father and a brother in a two-storey flat in Yuen Long they bought three years ago. 'We have to pay a lot of tax to the Government. We earn much but we pay much too. So we don't have many savings,' said Mr Yuen, who works in an insurance company. His wife, Lee Shiu-fong, is a teacher. His children Kwan-ho, seven, and Kwan-lok, 10, are in primary school. He had paid a lot to the Government, but had never been 'paid back', Mr Yuen said, adding: 'I don't have many demands; I just hope my aged father and young children can get some benefits. 'My father, who is 63, was a taxi driver and he didn't have any retirement scheme. He is now relying on his own savings and our pocket money. 'The Government encourages children to live with their parents. People on the public rental home waiting list will be given a unit in a shorter time. But middle-class people are not given help or encouragement.' When told even the needy elderly and families were given only an increase of several hundred dollars a month, Mr Yuen said: 'How can you expect a Government which gives out so little to the most needy to treat others well?'