First there was Henry. Then it was Timothy. Now, it's Kenneth. The time has come for Kenneth Fok Kai-kong (pictured) to shine on the world stage. The grandson of late tycoon Henry Fok Ying-tung and the son of sports supremo Timothy Fok Tsun-ting, young Ken is the closest thing Hong Kong has to a princeling. That's why in a rare report, mainland government mouthpiece Xinhua went positively gaga over a suggestion by the young man to improve soccer facilities on the mainland. 'It's rare for Xinhua to file a story solely about someone's suggestion or view - unless that person is politically important,' said a senior journalist and long-time China watcher. 'It's even rarer for them to have an ending like this. Looks like Beijing is trying hard to groom the young Fok - the third generation.' The piece was titled, 'Princeling Fok's far-sighted opinion on how to improve mainland soccer'. So, what was the big idea from the commanding intellect of young Ken? Build smaller soccer fields to encourage five- and seven-a-side teams so more people can play, and it would be easier to find land. Genius!