They might only be one-metre tall, but eight pupils from the Hong Kong Ling Liang Church Kindergarten showed they had big hearts yesterday. They got together to draw on a large card to send a message of love and support to children in tsunami-hit countries. And they were not alone: 95,000 students from over 500 schools have drawn on cards provided by Rotary as part of its 'We Care About You' campaign. Many of the cards were hung on a three-metre 'Well-Wishing Tree' by more than 500 students yesterday in Academic Community Hall at Hong Kong Baptist University. The eight kindergarten students, aged four and five, drew a plane, a ship and a truck which carried the aid they thought children would need - from clothes and houses, to even a Barbie doll. The cards will be sent to all affected regions by The Salvation Army. Permanent Secretary for Education and Manpower Fanny Law Fan Chiu-fun congratulated the campaign on its success in a recorded message. '[It] educates the youth of Hong Kong on the meaning of 'it's better to give than to receive',' she said. Rotary district governor Alexander Mak Kwai-wing, who visited the hard-hit Indonesian area of Meulaboh, said the campaign aimed to let children convey a message of love, and not just monetary donations.