Tung Chee-hwa said last night that seeking a second term had not yet entered his mind. 'It's so far away,' he said in response to questions about whether he would stay in the top job when his five-year term ends in 2002. Speaking to participants at the CEO Forum co-sponsored by Business Week magazine and the Better Hong Kong Foundation, he said: 'What I'd like to say is 'don't do what I've done'. I enjoy challenges. But it's so far away. It's not something that has entered my mind. 'What I want to do now is to get the education going, get the environment going and the economy recovering.' Speculation over Mr Tung's plans was revived after analysts pointed out that many of the long-term goals and targets outlined by in his Policy Address went beyond 2002. He said he was optimistic he would achieve his environmental goals, despite opposition from some sectors such as the minibus industry. 'I'm very confident that things will move forward. The original target of 2005 [to make air quality on a par with New York and London] can be fulfilled.'