Q. Favourite club/bar? Insomnia in Lan Kwai Fong. The band is fantastic. Q. What's your poison? I really don't drink much, but I like Champagne. Q. What do you only do for pleasure? Wakeboarding. Q. What are you listening to? It's my job to listen to all kinds of music. Recently I've been listening to a lot of drum 'n' bass. Q. Is there a song that always makes you dance? No, it depends more on my mood. Q. Is there a song that always tells you it's time to go? When the slow music starts. Q. What can't you say no to? Karaoke. Q. What is the most outrageous thing you've ever done? I signed up for scuba diving classes - even though I couldn't swim very well. During the first class, we were asked to swim a few laps. I'd only made it halfway across the pool when I realised it was too deep to stand and I almost drowned! It was very silly. I have since learned to swim and love water sports. Q. Who do you think you look like? People tell me I look like Hong Kong singer Sally Yeh, but I just think I look like my mother. Q. Who would you like to look like? I hope to look as good as my mother when I'm her age. Q. How do you prepare for an evening out? I generally try to stay comfortable and casual. However, if I have to dress up, I keep it simple. Q. How do you relax? I stay home, light candles, play calming music and put on a clay mask. Q. How much does a normal night out cost you? No more than $500 Q. Is Hong Kong a 24-hour city? Yes, but I'm not a 24-hour girl. Q. Describe your fantasy night out? To have my friends from Singapore come to Hong Kong and go bar hopping all over Hong Kong. Q. Who would you most like to be trapped in a lift with? Ethan Hawke. It would be a good chance to get to know him. I like his look even though I don't think he's Brad Pitt-gorgeous. I would never get tired of his face. Q. What do you contribute to society? I do volunteer work with the elderly and children. I would like to use my position as a public figure to positively influence young Asians - especially to stop them smoking.