An A-level student randomly selected for last night's debate and who asked a question said he would now pay more attention to political news after his experience. Kwan Ka-ho, 18, said he had not been a keen follower of politics in the past, but enjoyed last night's encounter. 'I never thought I would take part in these kind of things, and I never dreamed I would be picked to ask a question,' he said. Mr Kwan said he had always preferred incumbent Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen. 'I particularly admire the way he worked his way up from humble beginnings and would vote for him if there were a real election.' He asked Mr Tsang for his political aspirations for Hong Kong. He said Mr Tsang performed better than during his last appearance in a debate two weeks ago, and was able to show his sense of humour. However, he said he was also impressed by his opponent, Alan Leong Kah-kit. Leung Chi-chiu, a 61-year-old resident of Southern district, who asked for better transport links, said: 'I still support Mr Leong, because he is not just a 'shoe-shiner'. What Mr Tsang said - it's like he didn't really say anything at all.' He said Mr Leong deserved 90 points out of 100, while Mr Tsang only deserved 50. Participant Kwong Sau-ching, 65, who attended the debate but did not ask a question, said he would give both candidates 80 points, but would vote for Mr Tsang. Cheung Ka-kei, who said she was 'twentysomething', was unconvinced Mr Leong could back up his words with concrete proposals. She said she would give Mr Tsang 80 points compared with Mr Leong's 70.