Teenagers have gained confidence and developed leadership skills by taking part in a challenging training camp on a remote island. Spirits were high as more than 90 young leaders conquered the three-day challenge on Tung Lung Island, southeast of Lei Yue Mun and Clearwater Bay. The Survival Training Camp was the last in a series of training programmes jointly organised by Procter & Gamble Hong Kong (P&G) and Commercial Radio 2 (CR2). The P&G 903 Brave Teens Programme aimed to help young people explore their potential and develop management and leadership skills. It also aimed to help them develop interpersonal skills and the spirit of co-operation and teamwork. Participants in the camp learned to survive on a sparsely inhabited island with limited resources. The youth gained a better understanding of themselves and of the hardships of life. They also became more confident, resourceful and caring and developed a positive outlook on life. On the first day, the campers learned how to build tents and cook with natural ingredients. Some of them were isolated at midnight on the other side of the island to pluck up courage to be 'alone in the dark'. On day two, they tried their hand at rock climbing under the guidance of professional trainers. On the third day, they developed their spirit of teamwork by taking part in a raft-making competition. Ninety-eight youngsters were selected to take part in the training camp. Pop stars including Edmond Leung Hon-man, Lilian Ho Ka-lee and Rain Lee Choi-wah and CR2 DJs were invited as special guests to cheer the young leaders on. Earlier activities in the Brave Teens Programme - Junk Sailing Training in March and Paint Ball Adventure in May - were a success. Participants learned basic sailing and tracking skills and developed problem-solving techniques. Outstanding participants in the Brave Teens Programme - Pun Pok-fung and Au Ting-po - will get a chance to widen their horizons and tackle further challenges at a camp on the mainland.