Alex, Hudson and Alfred Chang (from left) brothers and owners of Indonesian Restaurant 1968, Causeway Bay Alex: We loved Christmas when we were kids. It was all one big party. We'd get really excited on Christmas Eve. We'd put a big tree on the balcony, then we'd sit around it waiting for midnight to exchange presents. Alfred: When we were younger, Christmas was just fun and games. It was all about the presents, not about religion. Now we're older, and Christians, we feel the need to celebrate Jesus Christ's birthday as well. We always go to church together to worship as a family. Hudson: It's also different now because we're running the restaurant. Our parents opened it in 1968, and we took it over a year ago. In the restaurant trade, the time you're happiest is the toughest time for us. Alex: We'll even be here for the countdown on Christmas Eve. Alfred: There won't be time for a family Christmas dinner. We very rarely manage to eat together even on ordinary days these days. Hudson: Even though we'll be working on Christmas Eve, I think it will still be fun. I held a party here in the restaurant after 11pm last year, and it was a big success. We might do that again this year. Alex: We might try having an open party instead. We haven't decided what we should do yet. Hudson: I think we all have the same Christmas wish, of course - better business!