The pro-Beijing camp cranked its massive election machinery into gear, hoping to suck up undecided votes for the DAB's Christopher Chung Shu-kun. Mr Chung, Eastern District councillor of the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong, called on electors to vote for a non-radical candidate. 'Please support those good for Hong Kong stability,' he said. An election pamphlet claimed Hong Kong was in danger. 'The Hong Kong Island seats are dominated by the democratic camp,' it said, referring to the fact that Democrats Martin Lee Chu-ming and Yeung Sum, and The Frontier's Cyd Ho Sau-lan have three seats in the constituency. Among the DAB heavyweights canvassing were party chairman and legislator Tsang Yok-sing and unionist Chan Yuen-han. President of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions Cheng Yiu-tong, a prominent pro-Beijing figure, also turned out, as did legislator Choy So-yuk, who spoke in Fujian dialect, urging Fujianese - many of whom live in the North Point area - to vote for Mr Chung. 'Those who supported the candidates in the Democratic Party or The Frontier in September's election will vote for Audrey Eu regardless of what we say. We are targeting those who don't like party politics at all. They might agree with us that democrats are radical,' said Mr Tsang. 'But there's a possibility they will support Ms Eu because she doesn't have a political background.'