A clean government, improved education system and implementation of proposals are what father of three Jeremy Fong Chi-yuen hopes for from the Chief Executive. Mr Fong, 35, who runs a plastics factory business, praised Mr Tung's vision on putting family values and a world view into the context of education, but said the ideas on welfare and housing were 'old and general'. 'They had been mentioned since the era of Murray MacLehose [former governor]. My concern is not that the SAR Government does not have plans, but whether it has the will to realise them,' Mr Fong said. With confidence in the development of the mainland rather than Hong Kong alone, Mr Fong and his civil servant wife, Mimi, have three children aged from 15 months to four years. Mr Fong said many young people brought up under the present education framework were unsure about their identity, civil rights and duties. 'A lot of graduates are so ignorant that they don't even know how to fix a plug. If they pick up a mobile phone in the street, they don't know what they should do with it,' he said. 'This is a failure of our education which has lacked direction. I hope Tung will not only give Hong Kong's education a gradual improvement but also a significant one.' Mr Fong said only a clean government could really help the commercial sector. Mr Tung must guard against creating the idea of a 'great Hong Kong' but should forge closer ties with China.