How rebellious were you in secondary school?

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 19 April, 2007, 12:00am
UPDATED : Thursday, 19 April, 2007, 12:00am

Name: Marco Tsui; Age: 18

Top Tunes: Canto-pop

I went to high school in Northern Ireland. We were quite naughty and disobedient and we threw snowballs at our teachers. During our last semester at school, we broke into one of the staff rooms and messed up everything, such as books and stationery. Then we stuck strands of sticky tape up all over the room to make a big plastic web.

Name: Carina Tang; Age: 22

Top Tunes: Classical music

I behaved well at school. The only rule I ever broke was when I dyed my hair. But sometimes, when I didn't feel like going to school, I pretended to be sick. I respect the students from Caritas Shatin Marden Foundation Secondary School. If my school was forced

to close like theirs, I would be very sad.

Name: Winnie Cheung; Age: 19

Top Tunes: Jazz

My schoolmates and I were quite rebellious. We sometimes fought with each other and paid no attention to the teachers. I always took sick leave so I didn't have to go to school. One day I was late for school, so I climbed over the wall to avoid being caught by the teachers. I think most students go through at least one rebellious period in their school life.

Name: Louis Chan; Age: 22

Top Tunes: All kinds of music, especially rap

I ate breakfast, played video games and even smoked during class. One day our teacher's mother passed away. We made fun of him by drawing a grave on the blackboard and he cried. We also bullied other students verbally and physically. Now I feel ashamed about what I did.

Name: Jimmy Chan; Age: 20

Top Tunes: UK pop

I went to a private school in England and we didn't get along well with students from public schools. We always fought. But apart from that, we behaved quite well. I think the students who staged a play about appreciating your school years are good role models. The play shows that they regret what they did in the past.