I REFER to the article headlined, 'Expat students more likely to try drugs' (South China Morning Post, September 5). I am studying at the Hong Kong International School and felt saddened that people should think that expat children are more likely to use drugs, than local children. This is only one side of the story. If you walk through the streets of Hong Kong, you see many local children smoking and drinking. Although some expatriates use drugs, it is young British people who seem to show the highest incidence of drug abuse. The pertinent question, is, who supplies these drugs to British and continental Europeans? Of course, the answer is local people. There are two sides to this story.