PUBLISHED : Saturday, 19 March, 2005, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 19 March, 2005, 12:00am

'In Primary One, I remember one girl called Shu Ping. It wasn't her face that attracted me - it was her patent leather shoes. If I was called up to the blackboard I'd deliberately walk past so I could catch a glimpse of them. I think I must have had a shoe fetish. I also remember another girl called Julie Chang who had the misfortune to sit next to me. She had an enamel fox terrier hairclip and it fascinated me. I wanted to touch it and pull it out, with the result that I was moved to the back of the class and she to the front.'

Former chief justice Sir Ti-liang Yang in an Education Post commentary on his early schooling and obsessions

'The saddest thing is that I didn't have sex with anybody there [a student hall at University of Hong Kong].'

HKU don Petula Ho Sik-ying, at a seminar on campus sex