Steven Wong (right) Chicken seller, North Point wet market, and chairman of Hong Kong Poultry Wholesalers and Retailers Association In my family, Christmas is a big affair. The whole clan gets together for a big party. Including Andy (also pictured), who works at the shop with me. I have four brothers and an elder sister. Between us we have more than 20 children. I have four myself - two boys and two girls. The youngest is eight and the eldest is in his 20s. As you can imagine, it can get pretty noisy! A lot of people in the fresh chicken trade are very old-fashioned and traditional. They only celebrate Chinese holidays. But we tend to be a lot more modern in our outlook. We're an old Hong Kong family - we were all born here and so were our parents - so maybe we've had longer to be influenced by western culture. Our parents always celebrated Christmas, even before we were born. We make a big effort to decorate the house to make it really Christmassy. We put a tree up and hang fairy lights on it. The children always love Christmas. The little ones just run around and get excited about the presents. Some of the older ones have jobs now, and they like to go out to party in Lan Kwai Fong or Wan Chai. Every year, we make a family outing to Tsim Sha Tsui or Central to look at the lights. That's always a lot of fun.