Latest survey reveals drop in media's credibility The latest credibility rating of the local media is down 0.13 points to 5.92 on a scale of 0 to 10, a University of Hong Kong survey revealed. While 64 per cent of respondents said the media had given full play to the freedom of speech, 63 per cent believed it had misused or abused the right. Thirty-nine per cent thought the media had not practised self-censorship, while the same amount said it had. Twenty-seven per cent felt the media had scruples when criticising the government, but 54 per cent thought it was apprehensive when commenting on the central government. Television and newspapers remained the main news sources. Commerce chief in Fuzhou Secretary for Commerce, Industry and Technology John Tsang Chun-wah arrives in Fuzhou today on a three-day visit to attend the Pan-Pearl River Delta Provincial Capital City Mayors' Forum. Mr Tsang is due to address tomorrow's opening ceremony. Visit to enhance relations A delegation led by deputy secretary for constitutional affairs Grace Lui Kit-yuk is on a four-day visit to Yunnan to enhance relations in the region. The team left yesterday on the government's seventh visit to the pan-Pearl River Delta from December to April. Japan award for BEA chief Bank of East Asia chief David Li Kwok-po will receive a Japanese award - Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon - on Monday for promoting ties with Japan. New tourist bus routes Guangdong governor Huang Huahua told Financial Secretary Henry Tang Ying-yen during a meeting yesterday that 60 new direct bus routes may soon be set up to bring mainland tourists to Hong Kong.