Lau Tai-chi uses 'Squall' as the name of his character. Squall as a noun means a sudden, strong wind that can cause a brief, violent storm. In another use, if a person squalls they make a loud and unpleasant noise. Maybe Tai-chi does not like the excuses 'Squall' came up with whenever he was asked to take on a challenge. To him, Squall's replies were like some sharp and unpleasant noise. Therefore, Tai-chi used such a name for 'Squall'. The topic for this week's Creative Writing Workshop is: 'Writing a picture'. Write about 500 words on a picture/photo of your choice. Send us a copy of the image and your article to 'Creative Writing Workshop, week of November 17, Young Post.' Please refer to Page 10 for the address. The best entry(ies) will be published. Deadline: November 28.