With four world titles under her belt, wushu queen Ng Siu-ching is hoping to add a memorable one when she leads the national team in the World Championships on home ground this week. Ng has never missed a World Championships since its inception 10 years ago and excelled herself on the previous two occasions as she returned home with two golds each time. This time around, Ng's target is clear - to finish on the podium in all her three events (nanquan, sword and spear), with at least one of them being a gold. Ng says she is in top shape. 'My form is the same as that at the Asian Games. I'm confident in winning a gold on home ground,' the 31-year-old said. Her biggest title chance will be in nanquan, the discipline in which she won an Asian Games gold in Bangkok last December. However, Ng said she has been feeling the pressure of competing at home. 'I couldn't sleep at the weekend as I did a mental rehearsal on the rundown at the worlds,' she said. The Hong Kong squad, comprising five men and four women, also features other potential medal hopefuls. Young artist Chow Ting-yue will be defending the spear world title he won in Rome. Former world champion Li Fai, who sensationally pulled out of the Hong Kong Asian Games squad in 1994, has made a comeback. However, she will compete in taijiquan and taijijian (taiji sword) rather than her previous speciality in changquan. The Hong Kong squad is completed by male athletes Cheung Man-keung, Cheng Ka-ho, To Yu-hong, Cheung Wai-man and female athletes Lo Nga-ching and Tsang Sze-man. A total of 807 athletes from 82 countries will battle for 31 gold medals during the four-day event.