1. Cartoon network
I want to go into a fun cartoon world. Imagine being able to go to Mickey's Clubhouse or Mickey Park. You could meet all your favourite Disney characters in a matter of seconds!
Iman Wan Tsz-kiu, 10
2. Seoul sister
Due to my obsession with Korean dramas and K-pop, I would love to go soul-searching in Seoul. Just the thought that G-Dragon might walk past my wardrobe door makes me swoon.
Ruby Leung, 16
3. Dolled up
I'm frustrated that every time I open my tiny wardrobe I see how few clothes I have. I'd love my wardrobe to be connected to the huge walk-in closet Barbie has in her cartoon!
Giselle Chan Cheuk-ying, 18
4. Personal oasis
A meadow and sunlight would make my perfect world. It is hard to find a place to relax in this crowded city. I could lie on the grass and enjoy the clean air.
Polly Ng, 17
5. Time machine
I don't want to go to a fluffy fantasy land; I'd choose ancient China. Not only would it be cool to see how different it was back then, but I'm not good at Chinese history - think how much easier that class would be!
Jasmine Lo, 12
6. Going potty
I would travel to the wizarding world of Harry Potter. Mystical creatures like dragons, goblins and unicorns would be roaming around. Wizards would be casting their spells and mixing up potions. And I'd be flying on a broomstick!
Joy Pamnani, 15
7. Creepy talkies
I would step into a world where creatures could talk. Cats would tell you how many calories they burned chasing mice, and the flowers would moan about nasty flies. It might help us respect nature.
Olivia Lam, 15
8. Sky high
My dreamland would be Laputa, from Hayao Miyazaki's film Castle in the Sky. Laputa is the symbol of nature, peace and untainted love. There are no jewels, princes or immortality. I believe it is in simpleness and pure love that men discover true happiness.
Areon Chan, 18
9. In my element
Ever wanted to control water, earth, fire or air? My closet would be a portal to the world of Avatar. The American TV show takes place in an Asian/Inuit world, where citizens can control the four elements. I'd be able to breathe underwater and have great adventures.
Yasmin Subba, 18
10. Another space
I'd go to planets and galaxies that are millions of light years away from ours. I could finally meet our alien friends!
Heidi Kwan, 16
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