Lauren Engel, 16, Island School Substance mimicry - the ability to transform into something I touch. With this ability, if I was having a bad moment, I could simply touch something and disappear. I would be able to avoid embarrassing moments and pretend nothing ever happened. Cathay Chan Chi-man, 16, CCC Kei Chi Secondary School I would want the power to calm people down so they could think more critically and objectively. When people lose their temper, they usually make rash decisions. I would like to keep people from meaningless arguments and conflict by calming them down. Ho Chak-hong, 16, South Island School I would want to be water-proof. I would be able to go out when it's raining without an umbrella and smirk at the people frantically trying to find a dry spot. Sure, my clothes would become wet, but the water would just slide off my skin. Ruby Leung Yu-yan, 13, Maryknoll Convent School I would like to have the ability to read people's minds. If I could read minds, I would be able to make sure I was making the right friends and my boyfriend was not cheating on me. I would know if someone liked me or not and what I could do to impress them. Danon Ng Tin-long, 17, Tang King Po School I would like to travel back in time to look at my past. People might find it hard to believe, but I would like to relive all the pain and tears again. They're an important part of my memories. They helped me grow as a person. I would like to relive my memories. Elain Yu, 15, International Christian Quality Music Secondary School Superpowers are tempting. If I could have a superpower, I would like be invisible. If I were invisible, I would be able to hide from my parents when they scold me. If I were invisible, I would be able to play tricks on my friends. But if I were invisible and my clothes weren't, people would see my clothes moving around. Therefore, I would want an invisible cloak, too. Karen Lee Ka-ki, 14, Carmel Secondary School I would like to have the power to know when things will go wrong. Then I could help others and myself and prevent conflict. I would be able to make the right decisions and help my friends who are in trouble. I could even help people who are wasting their time on useless things. Melody Cheung Wing-kei, 15, St Paul's Secondary School I would like to have the power to communicate with animals. I would ask them whether they like humans and how they feel about losing their habitats. Today's society focuses on economic development while neglecting environmental protection. By communicating with animals, I could let people know what the reality is and how important it is to protect nature. Dorothy Fung Hok-ching, 12, St Mary's Canossian College I have always dreamed of having a superpower, especially the power to read people's minds. When I work on projects or assignments, I sometimes find it hard to please my teachers. When I face problems, it's hard for me to come up with a perfect solution. I hope I can read people's minds to figure out the best thing to do.