The Arts Ambassadors-in-School Scheme is organised by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC). It encourages students to take their passion for the arts beyond campuses and into the wider community. About 500 primary and secondary students have enrolled in the scheme. They will take part in a series of arts programmes during the school holidays. They will also have the chance to host a show on RTHK Radio 2. This week's artists are Chan Hui-tung from NTHYK Tai Po District Secondary School, and Doreen Anne Encarnacion from St Margaret's Girls' College Hui-tung: I think the arts are the greatest thing humans can create. Whether I feel happy or sad, I can express myself through different forms of art. I have taken part in my school's music showcase for the past three years. I have participated in dance and music performances and I designed the backdrop. It's a great experience to be part of a show with so many talented people. It's interesting to learn different ways to express myself. I look forward to taking part in more dramas or related activities. Doreen: Every year, St Margaret's Co-ed and Girls' Schools organise The Power of Love Christmas Charity Show. There are singing, dance and music competitions, and drama and verse-speaking performances. I took part in an Indian dance last year. I felt a bit nervous, but it seemed to go fine - until the music suddenly stopped. We froze in position. The audience started to laugh, then they applauded. We smiled and walked off. It was embarrassing, yet memorable - our group still laughs about it.