Hong Kong cycling coach Shen Jin-kang is still unhappy about the arrangements on subvention of drinks and food supplement for his charges. 'We have still heard nothing from the secretariat of the Hong Kong organising committee,' said Shen. 'They said this is a policy and cannot be changed and it shows how much they know about professional sport. They should come here and have a look at how other teams in China prepare for the competition.' A sub-committee of the organising committee had decided that no subvention would be provided to teams' food supplement and drinks costs. The Hong Kong Cycling Association then wrote a letter on Friday to the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD), which has taken up the secretariat position, to ask for an explanation on the decision. Coach Shen even threatened to withdraw his charges from the Nanjing Games if the matter could not be settled shortly. It is understood the LCSD replied to the Association late yesterday evening, saying the Association could first settle the bill on food supplement and drinks and they would bring up the matter to the sub-committee again after they had returned from the Games. 'This is a minor issue and we are confident that it could be sorted out once we sit down and talk,' said a source last night. 'We understand there are some unique demand from some teams and we will try to satisfy them for the best interest of the athletes,' said the source.