HONG Kong have not entered for the Asian Championships' team time trial, an event at which the territory have been fairly successful in the past, winning a bronze in 1987 and a silver in 1989. The six-member Hong Kong squad left for Ipoh in Malaysia yesterday and team manager Lee Chik-yuen revealed that they would be competing for individual honours only. ''Our riders have been training and competing in China, South Korea and Japan over the past four months but unfortunately their standard varies and they don't click as a team,'' said Lee. ''We thought it would be best for them to concentrate on the 184-kilometre individual road race and we are looking for results from Hui Chak-bor and Sin Wing-hang. ''Cheng Kwok-chiu and Lee Wai-kwong are new to this level of competition but they should benefit from the experience. Man Wai-chung and Chan Lung could also do well in the 110-kilometre junior race.'' The Asian Championships will mark Hong Kong's return to the international stage after last year's ill-fated pre-Olympic training in France which ended in a punch-up and led to their eventual withdrawal from Barcelona by the National Olympic Committee. Veteran Hui, who has been a regular in the national team since 1984, is the only remaining member of the disgraced training squad. The 25-year-old faces the toughest schedule among the Hong Kong riders in Ipoh as he has also been entered for two track events - an elimination race and the 40-kilometre point race.