Name: Amy Lam Age: 15 Top Tunes: Canto-pop I've seen on TV and read in newspapers that students travel across the border to study, and I feel bad for them. I think schools should help them with customs or by keeping in touch with their parents. Maybe half-day schooling could be offered to them so they could have more time to lead a normal life and take part in extra-curricular activities. Name: Yoyo Yiu Age: 14 Top Tunes: Canto-pop I suggest that schools set up a special room for these students so that they can take a rest or even a nap at lunchtime. It's a waste of time and money for the children to go to school so far away from home. I'm afraid it might affect their attitude towards learning and they might not want to go to school. Name: Ho Siu-ming Age: 18 Top Tunes: Canto-pop It's unfair that students have to take such long and hard journeys to school every day. And, since they have to hurry back home right after, they don't have much time to take part in extra-curricular activities. I think it's unhealthy for them just to focus on learning. They should take part in other activities. Name: JP Wong Age: 17 Top Tunes: Canto-pop I think the government should do more to help such students. It could set up some boarding schools to let these students live on campus. Schools should invite the parents to visit, or at least to telephone, regularly. There should be more communication between parents and schools. Name: Jun Lai Age: 20 Top Tunes: Canto- and Taiwanese pop It's very difficult for children to concentrate on their studies if they have to spend a long time commuting. I think it creates an unbalanced school life. I would suggest the government build a dormitory for the students. Social workers in schools should also keep a close eye on their problems and needs.