A HONG KONG-based Taiwan legislator will be seeking to clarify the status of Kuomintang members in Hong Kong with Chief Executive-designate Tung Chee-hwa. Willy Ng Wai-cho, the deputy representing overseas Chinese in Taiwan's legislature, said he had already written to Mr Tung to ask for a meeting. 'Deng Xiaoping has said in the past that Kuomintang (KMT) members could hold activities in Hong Kong after 1997 if the party was legalised - so we would like to see Mr Tung's interpretation of this,' he said. Also on Mr Ng's agenda will be arrangements for Taiwanese representatives and organisations and the Hong Kong Macau Relations Act, now going through the Taiwan legislature and will form a blueprint for policies and ties with Hong Kong and Macau. The act, expected to come into force before the transfer of sovereignty in Hong Kong, would stipulate Taipei set up a representative office after the handover. Mr Ng - who was also vice-chairman of local party, the 123 Democratic Alliance - could be the first pro-Taiwan representative to meet Mr Tung, with Taipei's de facto representative in Hong Kong, Chung Hwa Travel Agency head Cheng Anguo, saying yesterday he had no plans as yet to ask for a meeting. Mr Cheng, however, said arrangements for Taiwanese organisations in Hong Kong and also for marine transport should be sorted out as soon as possible. Meanwhile, Mr Ng said he would also be seeking for a unified visa system for people in Taiwan visiting China and Hong Kong after July 1.