Offspring of tycoons, medal-winning athletes, educators, officials and lawmakers have been included on the guest list of an official delegation to Beijing for National Day celebrations. Ageing tycoons Li Ka-shing, Lee Shau-kee and Cheng Yu-tung are not on the guest list, unveiled by the Hong Kong government yesterday. The three also did not join the official delegation for the 55th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic. But six sons and daughters of tycoons will join the 212-strong delegation setting off today. They are Kenneth Fok Kai-kong, son of sports supremo Timothy Fok Tsun-ting; Thomas Jefferson Wu, son of Hopewell Holdings chairman Sir Gordon Wu Ying-sheung; Adrian Li Man-kiu, son of Bank of East Asia chairman David Li Kwok-po; Chiang Lai-yuen, daughter of industrialist Chiang Chen; William Tsang Chi-hung, son of Tsang Hin-chi, a former member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress; and Lau Yip-keung, son of executive councillor Lau Wong-fat. Li Ching and Ko Lai-chak, the table tennis duo who won a silver in the 2004 Olympics, and cyclist Wong Kam-po are also included on the delegation, which will be led by Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen. Two moderate pan-democrats, Democratic Party member Lo Chi-kin and City University academic Ray Yep Kin-man, join two invited earlier. Twenty-three lawmakers are on the list, but Joseph Lee Kok-long and Frederick Fung Kin-kee are the only two legislators from the pan-democratic camp to have been invited. Lo, a public relations consultant, said Beijing should have invited more lawmakers as they were the elected officials in Hong Kong. Raymond Tam Chi-yuen, director of the Chief Executive's Office, said all the invitations were extended by the central government and guests were invited in their personal capacity. Meanwhile, the National Day fireworks display in Hong Kong, scheduled to begin at 8pm tomorrow, would be put off to 9.15pm on Friday if the weather was bad, organisers said. Police will announce at noon tomorrow if the show will go on, and the public will be told through the media by 5pm.