With only 359 electors to impress, Ronald Arculli, the Liberal Party candidate in the Real Estate and Construction functional seat, is more likely to be seen canvassing in the Hong Kong Club than out on the street. But billboards for Mr Arculli have sprouted up from Aberdeen to Kornhill to Mongkok, carrying a pledge to 'alleviate the unemployment problem'. Party sources said Mr Arculli had planned to run for a geographical constituency this year. Mr Arculli's assistant said he just wanted to make use of all the positions allocated: he was given more than 340 spots for billboards. Democrats in Kowloon West have come up with a novel way to promote a 'healthy election' - starting with 'healthy candidates' and 'healthy vote-canvassing activities'. Lau Chin-shek and Wong Chung-ki will climb more than 300 steps to canvass votes in Garden Hill, Shamshuipo tomorrow. Academic Andrew Wong Wang-fat is to tune in with voters at a mini-concert in Tseung Kwan O on Saturday. Bandleader Wong will play harmonica while his oldest daughter-cum-election agent Lok will play synthesizer. His younger daughter Minnie and his brother Tony will play guitar. After two Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong-bashing newspaper advertisements, the Democrats are calling a halt to negative advertising. Their latest advertisement, published in Apple Daily yesterday, featured their wish-list of improvements in women's well-being as Mother's Day approaches. When it comes to canvassing, age is no barrier. Wong Sing-chi, one of the Democrats contesting New Territories East, sought to bridge the gap with an elderly audience member at a forum. Wong, 40, started his address: 'In fact, I am not much younger than you. Brothers and sisters . . .'