Hong Kong Dateline, which normally appears in Monday's edition of Business Post, will be published tomorrow because of the public holiday. The author of tomorrow's contribution is the Financial Secretary, Donald Tsang Yam-kuen, who argues it is up to the people of Hong Kong to stand up for the rights and freedoms promised in the Basic Law. 'To do less would be remiss of us, to say the least. Hong Kong people are used to standing up for themselves and I don't think a date on a calendar will change that,' Mr Tsang says. In an upbeat assessment of Hong Kong's prospects after the handover, the financial secretary argues that it will be 'business as usual with only minor changes and certainly no change at all in the fundamental philosophies which have cemented Hong Kong's position as an Asian and global economic wonder'. The series of articles will conclude on June 23 with a contribution from the Chief Executive-designate, Tung Chee-hwa. His article will feature in a special supplement to be included in the Post. It will comprise contributions to the series by leading businessmen, politicians and academics.