Crystal Cheng, 14 Bruce Lee. He was a revolutionary icon and amazing at what he did. He was an intelligent philosopher and he managed to fulfil his aspirations through hard work, determination and willpower. This is more than enough to make him somebody I respect and look up to. Yoshi Windle, 15 I guess it's my brother. He's made life in high school really easy for me - whenever he does something wrong, I know how to do it right when I get to that age. He hates it, but I like it. Prateek Agarwal, 15 It has to be my dad. But I must also give credit to Canadian comedian Russell Peters for his creative jokes. His videos are always entertaining, and always cheer me up, whatever my mood. Sabrina Chan, 17 Doctors. I had asthma when I was small. Without their hard work, I wouldn't be alive now. They save many peoples' lives. I truly admire their bravery - they didn't give up healing during SARS in 2003. Victor Mak, 14 Ferruccio Lamborghini, who started life in a tiny Italian town, became a tractor engineer and went on to design the some of the fastest and most beautiful cars in the world. Joseph Yuen, 16 A lot of my friends would laugh at me if I told them who my hero is, but here goes: my hero is Spider-Man. I think he's really cool. In the latest movie, he has taught me to forgive those who have hurt me. Ariel Kwok, 14 Last year's infamous Bus Uncle. I know that he wouldn't exactly be classified as 'heroic', but he's the first person to display publicly a Hong Kong citizen's stressed life. Everyone bottles up their worries, but he took the opportunity to unleash his anger and express it to the world! Emily Bao, 14 I don't have one. I admire many qualities in all sorts of people, but no one is perfect, and many have hugely annoying flaws. I appreciate the ways people use their wit, passion, respect and gratitude to inspire others and change the world.