Katrina Kwok, 18 I'm not as great as God, I wouldn't die for my friend; I'm not rich, so I wouldn't buy her anything precious; I'm busy too, that's why I can't spend too much time with her. However, I support her any time, any where. I believe mental support as well as sharing joys and sorrows is more precious than material wealth. Amanda Woon, 15 However selfish it may be, I would never go as far as I can for some friends. For me, it depends on who it is. I have several best friends and I know I would always go as far as it takes for them, as they mean the world to me. Aaron Lai, 14 I always give my best shot for every friend's request, be it an urgent message for a teacher or suggestions for an impeding essay. After all, good friends are hard to come by. It's said a true friend cautions freely, advises justly, assists readily and takes all patiently. I would do all these for a friend. Christina Lai, 15 A true friend is someone who'll always be your side during your highs and lows - there shouldn't be any limits. However, I consider the consequences first and won't blindly follow orders or senselessly carry out favours for a friend. For example, I'd never do anything illegal or hurt someone else intentionally. Joyce Wu, 17 When my friend is in need, whether for emotional support or simply a helping hand, I always put myself in his shoes and stand by his side. I believe keeping the lines of communication open and building trust and respect for a lasting bond with my friend is important. Vishal Mirpuri, 16 Since a good friend wouldn't ask me to do anything that would jeopardise me, I would go as far as I could for a good friend. Remember, fake friends are a dime a dozen, just figure out which ones are for real.