Finally Tung Chee-hwa has found a position he is comfortable with. After he was elected a vice-chairman of the CPPCC yesterday, Mr Tung rose from his seat and bowed deeply to prolonged applause by the delegates. That he would be warmly welcomed was evident when 98 per cent of CPPCC members - 2,065 out of 2,110 - voted for him. Then the 67-year-old former Hong Kong chief executive, who admitted just two days ago that he had trouble standing for long periods, moved to the front row where state leaders were seated. The moment photographers had waited for came at the end of the meeting. When members of the politburo walked past to make their exit, Mr Tung shook hands with them all - President Hu Jintao first, then Premier Wen Jiabao and Vice-President Zeng Qinghong . Mr Hu chatted with him for about two minutes, apparently offering his congratulations.