Ann Fung, housewife: 'The trams help me recognise the roads on Hong Kong Island. I like the newly designed trams better than the old ones. They are cleaner and more comfortable.' Fion Chung, college student: 'The trams are part of local culture. They symbolise old Hong Kong. I often ride the tram. Its network is wide and it can reach places that the MTR and buses don't.' Law Kwok-ho, student: 'Trams are convenient. It is the cheapest transportation in Hong Kong. If I'm not in a hurry, I usually take the trams. I take the trams at least six to seven times a week.' Wong Hoi-yu, age 7: 'I like riding trams. I don't like riding buses. I like to watch the street without windows in between. I like the ding-ding sound.' Scott Law, electronic technician: 'The tram is a symbol of the island. When people think of Hong Kong Island, they will have associations with the tram. Over the years, trams have become part of Hong Kong people's life.'