Twenty tonnes of sculptures, carvings, jewellery and artwork will arrive in Hong Kong in two weeks as gifts from Chinese provinces to mark the handover. Members of Chief Executive-designate Tung Chee-hwa's think-tank are wondering where the presents should be stored. Among the lightest gifts is a crystal picture frame from Hebei province, which weighs 35 kilograms, while the heaviest is a three-tonne sculpture from Chongqing in Sichuan province. Also on the gift list are a 1.8-metre-tall, 192 kg vase from Beijing and a 1.1-metre-tall, 638 kg bronze pot from Yunnan province. The gifts, from 31 Chinese provinces and municipalities, are expected to arrive in Shenzhen by train by the end of the month. A Shenzhen municipal government spokesman said yesterday the presents would be taken to Hong Kong in batches after the handover. The Association for Celebration of the Reunification of Hong Kong with China, the official body handling handover activities, has suggested putting some smaller items in museums. An association spokesman said bigger ones could be placed in parks but a decision on whether they could be put on permanent display would be up to Mr Tung.