CHINA was yesterday urged by the Hong Kong Journalists' Association to let the Special Administrative Region government deal with the Bill of Rights. The association warned that the image of Hong Kong would be jeopardised if laws amended because of the bill were reinstated. Confidence in the promise of 'one country, two systems' and the high degree of autonomy would be weakened because most of the problematic laws were related to the freedom of press and speech. The statement was given to members of the Preliminary Working Committee (PWC), local deputies to the National People's Congress and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, and Hong Kong affairs advisers. The association said the PWC proposals were based solely on political and administrative considerations.