Independent legislators from the 'breakfast club' are considering visiting disgraced colleague Chim Pui-chung in jail. They are keen to keep the visit low-key to avoid being seen as trying to persuade Chim to resign. 'We want to listen to Chim's views attentively and see if he wants us to relay any message to the council,' legislator Eric Li Ka-cheung said. He stressed members would be going in an individual capacity. 'We shouldn't be wrongly seen as consolidating political pressure to have him resign,' Mr Li said. Chim has invited House Committee chairman Dr Leong Che-hung to see him to discuss the removal issue. But not all 'breakfast club' members were impressed by the proposal. 'We shouldn't be meeting Chim, even as friends,' independent Andrew Wong Wang-fat said.