Meanwhile, in the other SAR ... Macau's government has set up a committee to fight drug-related crimes. And as part of their campaign, an Anti-Drugs Carnival was held at Tap Seac Square on Sunday. Organised by the Social Welfare Bureau and the Lions Club, the carnival included games, information booths and a concert by Hong Kong performers Terence Siufay, Elanne Kwong, Anson Leung, Long Sai-kit and Iong Ian Ian. One of the tasks of the new committee will be to oversee the proposed amendment to the drug laws. Many in Macau believe these laws are too tough, with people caught with 20 grams of specified drugs facing up to 10 years in jail. Association of Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers of Macau president Augusto Nogueira said teenagers were increasingly being lured into taking party drugs, largely due to peer pressure and ease of availability. He said he was aware of cases where children as young as eight had taken ecstasy. 'These youngsters really need to think about what they are doing before they make a very big mistake,' he said. ''We see so many teenagers trying party drugs, it is a big concern. ''It can damage their life objectives, deeply damage their brains and have a very detrimental effect on their future.' Maggie, 16, has used marijuana and ecstasy before and does not see what the big deal is. 'It was just with friends a few times and it is really easy to get and not that big of an issue really as none of the people I know are addicted,' she said. 'But I do understand the anti-drug messages. 'I'm not really interested in doing it again. I tried it and it wasn't really for me.'