To promote the message of keeping Hong Kong clean, a children's drama, A Better Tomorrow, was staged at the Garden Plaza at Hong Kong Park. Hundreds of young people including about 200 primary school students pledged to support the campaign at a ceremony. Youngsters signed a specially designed huge board to demonstrate their commitment. The special production was one of the major activities to be held this year in support of the World Environment Day. Chairman of the Joint Provisional Urban Council-Provisional Regional Council Keep Hong Kong Clean Steering Committee, Joseph Chan Yuek-sut, said: 'It is hoped that through the positive and negative roles of characters in the drama, the importance of keeping our environment clean and waste reduction will be conveyed.' He urged youngsters to put the keep-clean messages of the drama into daily real-life situations at school, home and at play. Campaign souvenirs were distributed and quiz games were also held after the drama. The drama was presented by the joint committee, and co-organised by the Hong Kong Festival Fringe.