Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood helmsman Frederick Fung Kin-kee clearly has a long-term view of his political career. In a preview of his agenda for today, Mr Fung said he would be visiting a kindergarten in Shekkipmei to outline his election plans and ideals to the youngsters. However, only Mr Fung's youthful audience will be privy to his ambitions as the event is off-limits to the media. Horse trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee harnessed his linguistic abilities yesterday. He spoke in Wai Tau Wa, a dialect usually used by residents of an enclosed village in Sheung Shui's North District, when he paid it a campaign visit. The dialect was used in the comedy film Now You See Love, Now You Don't? starring Do Do Cheng and Chow Yun-fat. A woman in her 80s hailed Mr Kan in the dialect when he called at her home and advised her to seek treatment for her cataracts. Candidates were put through their paces at an Information Technology sector forum. One questioner asked in Cantonese: 'What is your view on the Public Non-Exclusion Telecom Services [PNETS] charge?' Professor Edward Yung Kai-ning was caught out by the term. He expounded at length on the franchise of Hong Kong Telecom. But all he had been asked for was his view on the PNETS charge facing Internet operators.