Chief Executive-designate Tung Chee-hwa and Hong Kong Olympic chief A. de O. Sales have set a schedule for high-level talks to discuss the territory's immediate sporting future. High on the agenda is whether the words 'Hong Kong-China' will be used in future multi-sport events like the Asian and Olympic Games. Sales said yesterday it would be up to the people of Hong Kong and the SAR Government if the name 'Hong Kong-China' were to be used by local participants in future multi-sport international events. Sales returned to the territory from Beijing where he and a delegation from the Amateur Sports Federation and Olympic Committee (ASF&OC) met with high-ranking officials from the National Olympic Committee of China. Among the officials Sales met was Chinese sports minister, Wu Shaozu , and Liu Mingqi, deputy director general of the HK and Macau Affairs Office of the State Council. Sales said the meeting between the ASF&OC and the Chinese Olympic Committee was 'very friendly and cordial'. Wu told Sales during the meeting that in accordance with the IOC charter and the HK SAR Basic Law, the relationship between the NOC of China and the ASF&OC would be one of non-interference and mutual respect. Wu emphasised the independence of the two NOCs and advised Sales that he wished for the friendly and cordial relationship between these two bodies to continue after the handover. Sales and his delegation also met with the head of the China National Doping Control Laboratory, Professor Dr Yang Tianlee.