Chan Sui-kwan Age: 15 Top tunes: Janice's My Love, My Fate No, I didn't even know about Sunday's protest. I am not interested in politics and haven't read anything about the topic lately. I just attend lectures on politics at school. The one-man, one-vote system is good for Hong Kong, but it is not an urgent issue. There's no need for such a mass rally. Wilson Lee Age: 18 Top tunes: Linkin Park's Breaking the Habit Yes, of course. I'll be joining the demonstration with my parents and friends. I've read a lot about the political reform package released by the government in October. I don't agree with it. I believe most locals want universal suffrage as soon as possible. The city's strong economy and educated population justify the introduction of democratic elections. Lam Chak-to Age: 17 Top tunes: Jay Chou's Nocturne No. I don't know much about the protest or the political reform package. Like most of my classmates, I'm not concerned about politics. Sometimes the teacher talks about politics during class, but I forget about it afterwards. I read the newspaper every day, but I always skip the political news. I think most young people in Hong Kong are indifferent to politics. Stephen Kwok Age: 19 Top tunes: Il Divo No. I know there's a protest, but I won't be joining it. A demonstration will cause a lot of confusion and is not a good way to express our opinions. Instead, we can organise a large-scale forum, where residents can talk to government officials in a civilised way. What's more, I don't think Hong Kong needs universal suffrage, because many new immigrants with little education would be misled by politicians. Hui Chi-yan Age: 16 Top tunes: Beauty and the Beast's Be Our Guest Yes, I will join the protest with five classmates. I have taken part in several protests before, such as the July 1 rally in 2004. I hope I can contribute more towards Hong Kong's democratic development. There should be a timetable for universal suffrage. I support pro-democracy legislators on this issue.