Fung Kin-fai, 19, a year-one social work student at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, was one of the group which protested against the formation of a provisional legislature outside the Grand Hyatt Hotel yesterday. He lives in Ma On Shan with his parents, sister and two brothers. What is on your mind today? I am very disappointed at how autocratic the Preparatory Committee is. I can see with my own eyes this time. Our representatives were kicked out of the hall. This was a consultation meeting but how come they cannot bear even a small opposing voice? They are just students. It is a shame that the members of the Preparatory Committee are so rude to them. I went along because I wanted to see for myself what was happening rather than rely on other people telling me. In my view, the provisional legislature should not be set up because it is a total breach of the Basic Law. The Basic Law does not even mention a word about a provisional legislature. The Selection Committee and the would-be provisional legislators are not in the least bit representative. What are you going to do about it? I will write some big character posters and put them up on the campus. I want to let other students know what I saw. Alone, I am powerless to hold any discussions or meetings but I hope the students' union will do something to raise the political consciousness of local students. What do you think about the social awareness of local tertiary students nowadays? I have to admit that most of them lack any concern about social and political issues. They would rather take part-time jobs and go dating than take part in social campaigns when they are free. Maybe in the 'red hot period' in the 1970s most tertiary students were keen to participate in social campaigns, but that is over now. Nevertheless, some students may be afraid of being punished after the handover. What about your own level of social awareness? I have a strong interest in social issues and that's why I took social work as my major subject. It is also why I decided to take part in the parade outside the meeting at the Grand Hyatt.