In her role as an official ambassador for Hong Kong Disneyland, Jasmine Law has a job description anyone would envy - to bring a little bit of magic into the lives of those around her. They could be visitors to the park, families she meets during community outreach activities, or children suffering from life-threatening diseases. But in each case, Ms Law has the power to make life seem that much brighter. She became an ambassador in late 2006, after three competitive rounds of interviews, presentations and communication training. Her qualifications for the job included being outgoing, approachable, great with children, and an outstanding public speaker fluent in Cantonese, English and Putonghua. She had also worked for at least a year as a Disney 'cast member', meaning she was ideally suited to officiate at ceremonies, charity functions and events, or promote new attractions and marketing initiatives. The ambassador also works behind the scenes to inspire other staff. Ms Law, for example, will dress up in costume and join new recruits at their training sessions. 'They seem to be looking for someone they can look up to. It makes me happy to be there for them,' she said. Each year, ambassadors from around the world meet up in California for special training. They learn about corporate history, the company's values and plans, brush up their communication skills, and renew acquaintances. 'We also went on some unique tours,' Ms Law said. 'One was to the building where they create the animated movies. This was very special as it is the heart of the company. ' The ambassador is also honorary leader of the VoluntEARS programme, which assists with various local outreach projects, geared mainly to helping families and children. 'We work especially with the Tung Chung community,' Ms Law said. 'They may be very near, but not everyone has the chance to buy a ticket to come here, so we go to the children and play with them.' Disney also works with the Make A Wish Foundation to bring a little excitement to youngsters with life-threatening illnesses. Ms Law spends time with them, arranges gifts and sets up special activities, such as a ride through the park accompanied by Mickey Mouse. 'Working with the less fortunate provides huge satisfaction and encouragement for me,' Ms Law said. 'What we are doing is just something simple, but to these families, it is a once in a lifetime experience.' At present, she is busy promoting this year's new attractions, which will include the It's A Small World boat ride, an Art of Animation exhibition, the High School Musical mobile stage, and a show featuring Crush, the turtle from Finding Nemo. 'My role gives me the power to touch other people's lives,' she said 'It makes me very happy.'