The Arts Ambassadors-in-School Scheme is organised by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. It encourages students to share the fun of arts and take their passion beyond campuses and into the wider community. About 500 primary and secondary school students have enrolled in the scheme. They will take part in a series of arts programmes during the Easter and summer holidays. They will also have the chance to become radio hosts on RTHK Radio 2. Selected arts ambassadors will share their experiences in Young Post every week. This week's artists are Chan Ho-ying, Form Seven, Queen's College Old Boys' Association Secondary School, and Dorothy Lam Doy-yung, Form Three, Law Ting Pong Secondary School Cha Ho-ying: My participation in Mahler's Symphony No 8, popularly referred to as 'Symphony of a Thousand', with the SAR Philharmonic Orchestra was unforgettable. It was my first time performing on stage, and there were more than 200 musicians. It was a dream come true to be part of this great piece. I never knew the meaning of the word 'grand' until the night of the concert. The performance was truly divine. Learning how to sing in German with other choirs and with the orchestra was a big challenge, and we put a lot of time and effort into it. I learned a lot of instrumental skills and vocal techniques. It was a valuable experience. Dorothy Lam: Our school produced the musical Buenos Aires Dream at Sha Tin Town Hall last November. I was one of the performers and also the assistant props director. Before the show, as assistant props director, I had to discuss ideas for what props we needed with my group members. As a performer, I was invited to play a piano solo , so I played a melodious Chinese song, Red Flowers on the Mountain . It was an extremely enjoyable experience as we had the same goal and worked hard together to reach it.