Name: Andy Sun Age: 18 Top Tunes: Hacken Lee's songs I think it will be an auspicious year for Hong Kong people since the economy has recovered to a certain extent. The prosperity we've enjoyed in the Year of the Dog will continue. As for myself, I hope I can pass all the tests for my air-conditioning course so I can get a licence to work as an air-conditioner repair man. Although the tests will be hard, I will try my best and practise more. Name: Woo Chun-wing Age: 19 Top Tunes: Andy Lau's songs I think the Year of the Pig will be a very lucky one. As in the Year of the Dog, the unemployment rate will continue to fall, and the economy will be good as Hong Kong is doing more business with the mainland. I think I'll find a job after I finish my vocational training course. I hope I will win Mark Six in the Year of the Pig, and make lots of new friends. Name: Alex Chow Age: 12 Top Tunes: Eason Chan's songs I think the Year of the Pig will be a bad one, since pigs are ominous animals. They are lazy and dirty. If a pig's personality symbolises Hong Kong this year, we're in trouble. The economy will be sluggish and people will be lazy. As for myself, I hope to get good exam results in the Year of the Pig. Unlike the year's mascot, I will work very hard at school to impress my parents and teachers. Name: Rocky Lam Age: 12 Top Tunes: Leo Ku Kui-kei's songs I think it will be a lucky year for Hong Kong. Although pigs are seen as lazy animals, they also have their good sides. For example, their chubby bodies are really cute. I think these good qualities symbolise Hong Kong's fortune. For example, pigs are fat. That means our pockets will be bulging with money. As for myself, I hope I will get better results in my English exams. I will go to tutorial classes and read more English story books. Name: Heidi Liu Age: 15 Top Tunes: Canto-pop songs The Year of the Pig is going to be a very good one. Not all pigs are lazy. Some are smart and adorable. I think our economy will continue to prosper, and the unemployment rate will drop further next year. Personally speaking, I hope that my English results will improve, and that I can visit Japan with my family.