The Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon playwright project, which you jointly launched with PIP School and the Hong Kong Arts Centre in 2006, is into its third year and includes professional actors. It's no longer meant for just the young, aspiring playwright, is it? Artistic director of Prospects Theatre Paul Poon Wai-sum (right): 'This programme, now supported by the government, has been successful in that it not only provides a much needed platform for playwrights to showcase their work, howsoever raw, but helps put the writers in touch with theatre companies. 'Over the past two years some of the scripts produced for this project have been staged by Prospects Theatre as well as the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre and presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. 'This is no longer just something for green writers. I'm planning to rope in veteran playwrights such as Raymond To and Anthony Chan Kam-kuen. 'I hope the project will become Hong Kong's premier playwright workshop. To a certain extent, it has already garnered such a reputation. That's why this year we've also included a number of actors from professional theatre groups. They have been acting for a long time and they are looking for new challenges. 'The fact they've signed up for this programme shows they have the passion to better themselves. Many of them actually have written plays for their own company but this project will hopefully stretch their talent further.'