Tung Chee-hwa will travel to Beijing on Monday to accompany President Jiang Zemin to Hong Kong for the first anniversary of the handover. A government spokesman yesterday said the Chief Executive would report to central government leaders about the activities celebrating the birthday of the Special Administrative Region. Au King-chi, Mr Tung's press secretary, said officials had studied for some time how to handle Mr Jiang's visit - the first time the SAR had invited central leaders. Mr Jiang visited Hong Kong last July to officiate the handover ceremony, while former premier Li Peng has officiated the World Bank/International Monetary Fund conference in his capacity as host of the annual meeting. Ms Au said: 'There's no precedent to follow . . . We can't simply copy what other provinces and cities have done for the leader's visit. We feel the present arrangement is appropriate.' Mr Tung will be accompanied by his wife, Betty, personal secretary Joshua Law Chi-kwong and special assistant Chan Kin-ping and will stay at the Diaoyutai state guesthouse. Mr Jiang will arrive on Tuesday and leave after officiating the opening of the new airport on Thursday. He will attend a celebration show and give a short speech at a banquet on July 1. Other activities are being finalised. His departure will be followed by the arrival of President Bill Clinton at the end of his China trip. A government spokesman said: 'The Chief Executive will have a meeting with President Clinton and host a dinner in his honour in the evening of July 2.'