Why can't I have what my friends have? I don't have enough time for my own homework; should I help my friend with hers? If I am a class monitor, I have to do more work. What should I do? The problems and dilemmas faced by the average child in urban Hong Kong are many and varied. In the next few months, Young Post will be running a series of interesting articles and stories produced by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) to promote sound values and decency among young people, thereby laying the foundation for the development of the principles of justice, responsibility and integrity. The articles deal with a wide range of topics including shop theft, handling money, taking responsibility, being honest and more. The ICAC's interest and involvement in values education is a natural outcome of its constitutional three-pronged attack on corruption. The ICAC aims to help young people broaden their outlook on life and establish a sound values system in the hope that higher social standards can be attained and fewer people would succumb to corrupt practices.