Anti-globalisation activists say the government is being uncooperative as they plan their protests for the World Trade Organisation ministerial conference in December. Elizabeth Tang Yin-ngor, chairwoman of the Hong Kong People's Alliance on WTO, said the police had adopted an unfriendly attitude. They had still not confirmed arrangements for the protests, despite meetings in February and April to discuss the plans, she said. The alliance has received inquiries from 150 concern groups, involving 10,000 people who are expected to attend the protest. The alliance has suggested Victoria Park as a venue. In March, members applied to book the park with the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. They also plan to march on December 13, from Causeway Bay to the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai, venue of the meeting. 'The police still have not confirmed any details about our protest against the WTO meeting. We still do not know if we can gather at Victoria Park. We do not know which roads we can take for our march,' Ms Tang said. 'We got an impression that the government is not being totally honest ... [they] never tell us what they are thinking.' She is worried that overseas concern groups might take a hostile attitude towards the Hong Kong police even before they come to the city, as they might suspect the government is trying to cause trouble.