Do you have any hidden talent?
Steven Chong Wai-leung, 16, King's College
I can eat a lot in a short period of time - what three people might normally eat - and not put on weight. I think I inherited this hidden talent from my dear parents.
Joy Cheung, 16, The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
My hidden talent is knowing the time. Whenever my friends ask me the time, I guess what it is before looking at my cell phone ... and I usually get it right!
Prakash Shankar, 16, South Island School
I can draw human faces, living things and inanimate objects. I developed this talent through six years of hard, consistent work!
Jessica Sham, 13, West Island School
I must have a hidden talent but I haven't found it yet. It might be something to do with music, although my little brother says singing is definitely not my forte!
Siu Wing-yin, 16, The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
I can speak a little bit of Spanish. I learned it over two summer holidays. But now I'm preparing for the HKCEE so I don't have time to practise it. At least I have basic knowledge of the language.
Ronny Tang Bing-yuk, 14, Ying Wa College
I'm not the strongest, smartest or fastest student in my class so my teachers don't often say I'm talented. But one thing I'm quite proud of is my ability to argue. I use this in debate competitions but also to tease friends and argue with my parents.