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PUBLISHED : Sunday, 18 May, 2003, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 18 May, 2003, 12:00am

If you won the Mark Six jackpot, what would you do with the money?


STEPHANIE WONG - 12


I would donate 1/3 of the money to Sars victims and other charities. I would donate some to the Vietnamese girl my school sponsors. Next, I'd holiday with my family and friends in the Caribbean. I'd rent a yacht and we would have the best party ever!


MEGHA LAHORI - 16


I would first use the money for my further studies at university. Then I would give a small part of it to my family. I would like to use the rest of the money by sponsoring children living in developing countries. I feel every child should have their basic rights.


NAMRATA ARORA - 15


Since the safety of flying in these times is debatable, travelling around the world in 60 days is out of the question. The next best thing would be to buy a supply of masks for the frontline hospital staff that are risking their lives for our safety.


MARCUS MO - 15


I'll give 2/5 of the money to charity - half of which will go to the foundation for the fight against Sars. Another 1/5 of that money will be used to buy English music CDs. I'll also build a chemistry lab at home and carry on to study nuclear research.


PAUL MEASOR - 16


I would throw a massive party for everyone and get live bands. I would buy something very special for someone special, as well as something for my close friends. Some of the money I would use to buy clothes and CDs, the rest would belong to my mum; hopefully she'd buy me a new computer.


SAMANTHA GO - 17


I would buy a big house with a garden and a swimming pool for my family. Then I would buy a Rolex for my dad as he has done so much for me. The rest of the money I would donate to charity - happiness is more important than fortune.


Last week's winner was Ivy Chan. She wins a $500 dining voucher at Thai Lemongrass.


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