Mr Tung said yesterday he would decide soon whether he and his family would move into Government House, even though he has described it as not having good fung shui. He was responding to reports that he was considering moving into Headquarter House, home of the British military commander, in Barker Road on The Peak on July 1, instead of the residence of colonial governors. His spokesman said this week Mr Tung wanted to live in an official residence and Headquarter House and Government House were the only ones which would be empty after the handover. Headquarter House, built on a half-hectare site in 1979, has only five bedrooms and is best for low-key entertaining, whereas Government House has a ballroom in which 100 people can dine in style. Last year, Mr Tung said he did not want to move to the Governor's residence in Upper Albert Road because the house was crowded and the fung shui was not good. Yesterday, he said he would make a decision on where to live within two weeks. Mr Tung also revealed his office's budget would be announced early next week. But it would take several more weeks to name the Judicial Service and Recommendation Commission, which is to recommend who should be chief justice. The declarations of the interest of the SAR executive councillors would be completed early next month. Mr Tung also rejected criticism that the salary of his top aide, Stanley Shen, which will be paid out of his office's budget, was too high. Mr Shen, who came with Mr Tung from his shipping company, is believed to be paid about $250,000 a month.