Vice-President Zeng Qinghong said Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa had managed to summarise in his policy address the inadequacies of his governance during the past seven years. Speaking yesterday to a Chinese General Chamber of Commerce delegation from Hong Kong at Beijing's Great Hall of the People, Mr Zeng reportedly described the chief executive's reflection on his performance as practical. 'It is in accordance with the will of the people of Hong Kong, practical and realistic. This year's policy address is not bad,' Mr Zeng was quoted by National People's Congress Standing Committee member Tsang Hin-chi as saying. In his seventh policy address, delivered last Wednesday, Mr Tung gave the toughest critique yet of his seven years in office, admitting that inadequacies had undermined the credibility of his leadership. He pledged to enhance 'people-based governance' to address burning issues of public concern, including poverty and the environment, in the remaining 21/2 years of his term. Another delegation member, chamber president Ian Fok Chun-wan, said Mr Zeng had expressed four wishes for Hong Kong. Apart from pursuing economic wellbeing and social harmony, Mr Zeng wished Hong Kong would be ruled according to law and would better treasure its people's talent. Mr Zeng visited ousted premier Zhao Ziyang hours before he passed away on Monday morning. But Mr Tsang said the vice-president did not mention Zhao's death during yesterday's meeting.