Name: Kirsten Ha Age: 18 Top tunes: pop music I've played touch rugby before. It is a little different from traditional rugby. The players wear a tag around their belly. If the tag is pulled by the rivals, the player must stop. The one who brings the rugby ball across the line scores. I learned the sport in Form Three. I think it is interesting and safer for girls to play. But after those lessons, I never had a chance to play again. Name: Kent Lam Age: 18 Top tunes: Edison Chen's new release No. My school never taught us how to play. I think it is a strange game in which players run around chasing the ball, and when they get it, protect it like a baby. I seldom play sports because I am not good at it. I don't even play basketball although I'm tall. I'd rather spend time on buying clothes because nice clothes give me confidence. Name: Coby Tsang Age: 19 Top tunes: Joey Yung's new release No, our teachers never taught us to play rugby. I think it's not a common game in local schools. It's a foreigners' sport. I don't really like sports. I only exercise during PE [physical education] lessons and I get tired easily. I know playing sports is good for my health, but I'd rather sing karaoke or go to the movies with my friends. Name: Percy Chan Age: 19 Top tunes: Leo Ku's new release No, there weren't any rugby lessons in my secondary school. It seems to be a dangerous sport in which the players push and crush each other. I like to play football and basketball, but since I'm working, I don't have much time to play sports with my friends. But I do push-ups and sit-ups at home every day to stay in shape. Name: Mico Lam Age: 20 Top tunes: Leo Ku's new release Yes, but it was a long time ago, in primary school. Our teacher taught us two or three lessons of rugby. I liked it because I enjoy running. But I never played again. I am a sales assistant now and I am on my feet most of the day. Standing the whole day is exhausting, just like doing exercise.