Yee Po-yan, a travel website content editor, is also an amateur photographer and 'peace promoter'. Her Peace Photography Exhibition will be staged in the foyer of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui, next week. Where are you most likely to be at 10am on a Sunday? Sleeping in summer and hiking in winter. Where are you most likely to be at 10pm on a Friday? Hanging out with friends at home. Do you prefer to live in the city or the countryside? Definitely the city because I get bored easily, and in the city you can find more things to do when you're bored. How do you battle the boredom? I read magazines. My favourites are Colors and Wallpaper. What do you like most about your job? It gives me a lot of opportunities to travel. So I get to see more and learn about other places and people. What do you like least about your job? My desk at work is too small. I don't have enough space for all my travel books. When did you start taking photos? I started to pick up photography in 1996, when I was working for a local newspaper. I haven't had any formal training, but I always ask the professional photographers I meet to teach me and give me tips on how to take good pictures. With practice, my pictures are improving. What's the best kind of photograph? A photograph that can touch the hearts of people. You can also tell from pictures what kind of person one is, what that person likes and dislikes. Angles, framing and everything else tell you a bit about the photographer. To you, what is peace? Peace is more than just silence. It can be harmony. I hope I live long enough to see world peace. Whom in Hong Kong do you most admire? My mum. She knows everything. Whom in Hong Kong do you least admire? Politicians who don't care about the views of citizens. If you could rewrite a part of Hong Kong history, which part would it be and why? The part after 1997. The independence of the judiciary has been undermined a few times, and little progress has been made in improving the lives of the people. Name one thing of which Hong Kong people should be proud. We are all hard-working. Name one thing of which Hong Kong people should be ashamed. After the September 11 attacks, everyone here only talked about how our economy has been affected. No one seemed to care about the people who lost friends and families. What makes you sweat? When I can't remember where I've put my camera. A couple of years ago I left a new camera in a taxi and lost it. What makes you smile? Flowers, children, stars ... a lot of things. What would you like to be reincarnated as? A little flower. You don't need to be someone big and important to make the world a nicer place. What's your favourite saying? Thank you. What are your plans? To hold exhibitions in many different places. Give us some wisdom ... Go for your goals, no matter how difficult they are.