Tung Chee-hwa should explain his policies more clearly to improve his image, one of his key advisers says. Allen Lee Peng-fei, a member of the Commission on Strategic Development, said the Chief Executive was a man with long-term vision. 'It is a pity that his international image is not good. He should have better packaging,' he said. Although Mr Tung did not want to put on a political show, it was part of his job. Mr Lee cited the Cyber-Port project as a case which he said had received more criticism than praise. Critics attacked the way in which the Government granted development rights for the project to the Pacific Century group, chaired by Richard Li Tzar-kai, without putting it out to tender. Mr Lee said Mr Tung should have stressed the importance of the Cyber-Port to the development of information technology at the start, instead of just announcing it. He also said Mr Tung's presentation ratings were getting worse while Chief Secretary for Administration Anson Chan Fang On-sang and Financial Secretary Donald Tsang Yam-kuen fared better. He urged Mr Tung to hold more talks with the Legislative Council to explain his thinking. 'I think he should attend question-and-answer sessions of Legco every month to explain his policies,' he said. At present there are only three such sessions a year and Mr Tung has been criticised by legislators for holding few meetings with them. The Frontier has boycotted a meeting, due to be held with Mr Tung this week, to discuss his Policy Address. Mr Lee stepped down as chairman of the Liberal Party after losing in geographical polls last year. He was a former Executive Council member.