Leung Wan, one of the fresh faces brought into the fold through the Liberal Party's internship programme, admitted to 'not feeling anything' about the party and being more of a supporter of the Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong (DAB) in the past. But the recent convert is now enthusiastic about the party's qualities, describing the Liberals as 'rational' and 'more willing to go to the masses'. She said she was especially impressed by deputy chairman Selina Chow Liang Shuk-yee, whom she served as a part-time personal assistant. 'She's very genial. I never thought someone from the business sector could be as approachable as she is. She tries to remember all our names - not just her assistants, but all the interns who work with her,' she said. The young intern was assigned the placement by the University of Hong Kong's School of Professional and Continuing Education, where she will return for her final year in Media and Cultural Studies in September. Her enthusiasm for the party - and budding aspirations to a politically oriented career - was far from forced. She said she delighted in learning the tricks of the trade from Ms Chow - a professionally trained thespian, veteran showbiz mover and one of the most well-known politicians in Hong Kong. 'Hitting the streets with Ms Chow is a great experience - to observe how she interacts with people. 'I thought she'd be more solemn than she actually is. And she's willing to teach us how things work, too.'