TUEN MUN District Board member Willy Ng Wai-cho plans to resign from the board and his position on the Regional Council after winning a seat for the KMT. The Hong Kong-born politician is also to relinquish his British National (Overseas) passport because Taiwan's law requires legislators to give up foreign passports. But Mr Ng, 44, stressed he would not stop serving the people of Hong Kong. Instead, he would help people in the territory solve any problems related to Taiwan. Mr Ng, a KMT member for 25 years, believes he can help cultivate the relationship between Taiwan and China. A committee member of the KMT's Hong Kong-Macau branch, he was nominated for one of six seats earmarked for overseas Chinese. He was the third candidate on the KMT shortlist, and therefore he gets a seat because the KMT won 46 per cent of the vote. 'I will set up a community liaison office in Hong Kong to continue to serve the local people as I have received quite a number of cases involving Hong Kong people who have problems related to Taiwan,' Mr Ng said. These ranged from families whose relatives had been arrested in Taiwan to immigration problems. Mr Ng said he was not worried that Beijing would put pressure on him. He said he hoped to serve as a bridge between Taipei and the mainland and enhance cross-strait communications. He is a vice-chairman of the 123 Democratic Alliance, a political group in Hong Kong aimed at promoting dialogue between the territory, China and Taiwan.