Take care next time you sneak out of the office for an afternoon coffee break - as many office workers found out yesterday, you may find Donald Tsang Yam-kuen sitting next to you. With his jacket and trademark bow tie missing, Mr Tsang yesterday made an unannounced visit to the trendy APM shopping mall in Kwun Tong, and enjoyed an ice-cream and red bean drink in a restaurant. Since he was appointed as the city's chief executive in July, Mr Tsang has made many such 'meet the people' outings, visiting fishmongers, bakers and other citizens. It can be assumed that he is also in the habit of visiting shopping malls, as he so often portrays himself as a typical Hongkonger. 'That's how I find time to enjoy a red bean drink,' Mr Tsang said. Asked whether he thought the recovering economy would be good for the retail and catering sector, Mr Tsang said: 'I see it, and you can see that too.' Asked by a South China Morning Post reporter whether he planned to introduce a tax cut and further boost the economic recovery, as widely speculated, he joked: 'Oh that? OK, I will cut yours.' Before taking the 30-minute break in the mall with his entourage, Mr Tsang visited the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department's office in Mongkok, met frontline staff and visited a wet market to learn what efforts were being made to keep the city tidy. He also urged the catering industry to work with officials and maintain Hong Kong's image as a 'gourmet's paradise'. To thank Mr Tsang and his aides for spending the afternoon with hygiene inspectors, Director of Food and Environmental Hygiene Gregory Leung Wing-lup picked up the tab.