Sabrina Fung is one of the bright young stars on the scene who seems destined for success in whatever field she chooses. A Harvard graduate, Sabrina has been back in Hong Kong for three years and has been making her mark working for the blue-blooded American private bank Brown Brothers Harriman. But it is not just all work for Sabrina who spends time fund-raising and organising activities for the KELY Support group, an organisation which helps troubled teenagers and young adults. Although Sabrina has had a privileged upbringing, she recognises that not everyone shares the same fortune. 'The KELY Support Group is something that is close to my heart because teenagers and youngsters are the future of our society,' she says. But she is surprised the only bilingual peer support group does not get more financial support from the Government. 'If young people have drug, alcohol or emotional problems, it doesn't bode well for a bright future.' Sabrina's other loves are architecture and interior design. 'I've always been fascinated with buildings. Whenever I visit a city I study all the major buildings.' Her dream home, which she intends to build herself when she finds the right man would be light, airy and spacious with a pool and 'of course a huge dog house'. So far, however, her only experience has been her own bedroom in her parents' home which she decorated in navy and white.