PROVISIONAL legislators endorsed a system for declaration of interests, but were unclear whether it would include payments from Chinese or Taiwanese governments or organisations. Members must declare payments received by themselves or spouses from foreign governments, groups or persons. They must also declare remunerated directorships of companies, employment, land and property and financial sponsorships. Ip Kwok-him, the convenor of the sub-group which prepared the proposal, said China and Taiwan should not be regarded as 'foreign'. Colleague Tam Yiu-chung suggested the word 'foreign' be changed to 'governments, organisations or persons outside Hong Kong' to avoid misunderstanding.