Tung Chee-hwa should be chosen as a Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) vice-chairman, says National People's Congress Standing Committee member Tsang Hin-chi. Mr Tsang was responding to a question on whether Mr Tung should take part in national affairs to secure better communication with the central Government. He said it would be seen as 'Beijing people ruling Hong Kong' if Mr Tung became a deputy of the NPC, the mainland's highest power organ. Dr Ann Tse-kai and Henry Fok Ying-tung are CPPCC vice-chairmen, Mr Tung is a CPPCC member. Veteran NPC deputy Ng Hon-mun said Mr Tung's political status would be upgraded if he were in the same post as Dr Ann and Mr Fok. But he warned it would not be good for implementation of the 'one country, two systems' policy if Mr Tung were involved too much in national affairs. Meanwhile, Mr Tsang said he had suggested one more seat in the NPC Standing Committee to be given to local deputies.