UNICEF invites secondary school students to create a one-minute video on the theme ‘I am ME’ for its annual contest.
You might not know Arsène Wenger, but you must have heard of ‘The Invincibles’, which refers to the Arsenal team in the 2003-04 season.
For the man who inspires me the most, he is neither a superhero nor a famous celebrity. He isjust a teenage boy - my boyfriend.
Not far from me, a little boy was happily playing basketball with a man. The scene made me recall the wonderful days with my cousin hero, David.
The boy pocketed the rest of his explosives and ran away, scouring for another pile of manure to explode. This boy is my father.
For me, my super man is just my coach in volleyball.
Among these people, the one who inspires me the most is definitely my Chemistry teacher now – Mr. Wong.
Mr Tsang Wing Tong, my class teacher when I was Primary Five to Six, is the best teacher I have ever had.
When I was young I used to be dead afraid of my grandad.
When I am asked which man inspires me the most, what immediately comes to my mind is Nelson Mandela.
People say a mother’s love is incomparable, and as much I feel that immense amount of love from my mother, I have never sensed my father’s love being any less than hers.