A group of Taiwan legislators from the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) may visit Hong Kong to attend the Double Tenth celebrations next week. They are considering attending activities hosted by local pro-Taiwan groups, including a cultural show on Sunday and a banquet on Wednesday. Susie Chiang Su-hui, director of Taiwan's quasi-official Kwang Hwa Information Culture Centre, said more than 10 members from Taiwan's Legislative Yuan would attend the events. Some were DPP members. She was confident they would be given visas. DPP legislators have never attended Double Tenth celebrations in Hong Kong. Kuomintang legislators attended last year. Ms Chiang has also invited the pro-Beijing Hong Kong Friendship Group to a celebration to mark the 90th anniversary on Sunday night of Sun Yat-sen's 1911 revolution. Meanwhile, chief secretary of the Hong Kong and Kowloon Trades Union Council, Lee Kwok-keung, said it had decided not to apply for permission to fly the Taiwanese flag. 'Due to the economic downturn, it is better to keep a low profile,' he said.