TV host Ronald Fung, tipped as the dark horse in the hotly contested Hong Kong Island constituency, yesterday sought to play down his chances. He said he was prepared for defeat, attributing to luck his surprise victory over Liberal Party stalwart Selina Chow Liang Shuk-yee in the Wan Chai District Council election last November. 'I'm only concerned about whether I have worked hard, not the results,' he said. He faces serious challenges from the Democratic Party and the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong, as well as Cyd Ho Sau-lan of The Frontier. Non-affiliated Mr Fung said: 'I have no party, but the largest party to me is the six million people who have not joined a political party.' Allen Yung Chan-lung, an accountant and president of the Hong Kong Chamber of Small and Medium Business, is also competing in the constituency. Mr Yung criticised the Government for not doing enough for the sector and said that had prompted him to stand for election. In Kowloon East, DAB candidates, led by unionist Chan Yuen-han, performed a rock-climbing stunt before submitting nominations. Chan Yuen-han, Chan Kam-lam, Lam Man-fai and Angelis Chan Joy-kong - climbed a two-storey-high wall in a sports centre in Kwun Tong. Ms Chan Yuen-han declined to say if another pro-Beijing candidate, Cecilia Yeung Lai-yin, would compete against them for votes. Four candidates, led by Choy Kan-pui, from the pro-Beijing Hong Kong Progressive Alliance, submitted nominations for the New Territories East constituency.