Amnesty International's future in the territory post-97 will be scrutinised by one of the group's top directors during a visit next month. Director for the Asia-Pacific region, Rory Mungoven, will arrive on September 11 on a 'fact-finding' mission, said Hong Kong chairman Robyn Kilpatrick. 'We are quite committed to stay here,' she said. 'We have to be very strategic, look very carefully to ensure this. We've never thought it's going to be easy,' she said. Mr Mungoven will be 'meeting people, discussing interpretation of the law, getting feelings from people,' she said.