Best Friends Forever #8: I’ll be there for you


Sometimes the deepest bonds are made at a very young age

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My mobile phone is like my best friend. It goes with me wherever I go. Whenever I’m sad, it can make me laugh with a funny YouTube video, or make me smile with a cute picture on Facebook. It even helps me keep in touch with my other friends, and never gets jealous. I love my phone and I will always care for it.

Kerry Chu Wing-man, 14, Hong Kong and Kowloon Chiu Chow Public Association Secondary School

I consider music to be my best friend. Music is always with me and can lift my spirit when I’m feeling lonely or helpless. When I’m feeling stressed, it can calm me. It is also able to inspire me when I work and comfort me when I sleep. I don’t know what I’d do without it.

Dawn Zeng Xinyi, 14, Hong Kong and Kowloon Chiu Chow Public Association Secondary School

Best Friends Forever #7:Together forever

I met my best friend Abby when I was in Primary Three. Although we don’t go to the same school anymore, we still hang out together. She always makes me laugh. We can chat about anything for hours on end. I’m so glad I met her. She makes my life more exciting and I hope we can be friends forever.

Lin Lizi, 11, Pooi To Middle School

My best friend’s name is Pansy Kwok. We’ve been best friends since we were in Primary Three. I’m so happy that we were able to study at the same primary and secondary school. We’ve shared so many unforgettable experiences together. For example, last Christmas, her parents hosted a barbecue at their house and invited me to go. I was so excited to attend that I arrived at their place super early and Pansy and I played some video games together. It was great fun, and I’m so glad to have her as my friend.

Lau Hoi-ting, 12, Tak Nga Secondary School

Best Friends Forever #6: Sharing is caring

My best friend is Leo Wong. He is a primary student who I met at school. He always makes jokes and is very funny. He’s also very helpful. Although we go to different schools, we still get to play happily together often. No one could replace him as my friend.

Kok Pak-tung, 13, Methodist College

If you would like to tell us about your BFF, send your story to [email protected], and attach a jpg of you and your pal. All pics must be larger than 1MB, and you must have the permission of your friend or friends to use it.

Edited by Nicole Moraleda