Hogwarts, Neverland, and other worlds our readers would like to live in

Hogwarts, Neverland, and other worlds our readers would like to live in

We asked our readers which fictional world they would like to live in. Here are some of our favourite answers

1. Wizarding charms

Hogwarts, of course! Everyone dreams of receiving their letter from Hogwarts and learning how to become a witch or wizard. It would be so exciting to get my own wand and study subjects such as potions, transfiguration and charms. I would also get to meet all the characters; perhaps one of Harry's children would be in my class.

Natalie Cheung, 12, Po Leung Kuk Choi Kai Yau School


2. A Marvel-lous dream

The Marvel Cinematic Universe, because I could become a superhero and save the world. I might end up being famous, but I would choose to keep my real identity a secret to make myself seem more mysterious. Also, I hope I'd get to fight my favourite superhero, Captain America. It would be amazing if my dream came true!

Jason Lo, 14, Sheng Kung Hui Tsang Shiu Tim Secondary School


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3. A sweet deal

I would like to live inside the Sugar Rush game in the Disney film Wreck-It Ralph. I really like sweets, so it would be great getting to eat anything I wanted in the candy-themed world. What's more, I could use the cookies and sugar to make my own racing car, and take part in the races.

Elaine Mok, 14, Workers' Children Secondary School


4. Snowy fun

Narnia, because I would be able to play in the snow with my friends and have snowball fights. It would be great fun!

Rustam Ansa, 16, St Margaret's Girls' College, Hong Kong


5. Life in a chocolate factory

The chocolate factory in Roald Dahl's classic children's book, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. This is mainly because I love eating chocolate. In addition, there are so many amazing inventions in every room in the factory - it would be so cool to try out all of them!

Kary Lai King-wai, 13, SKHi Tsang Shiu Tim Secondary School


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6. Far, far away

Definitely the Star Wars galaxy. I love Star Wars and I love space, so I think it would be really cool to live on a spaceship. I would also love to train to become a Jedi.

Kitty Lau Ka-yan, 15, Shatin Tsung Tsin Secondary School


7. A wonderful place

Wonderland, from the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, seems like a magical place to live. Animals can talk, which is great because I love animals and have always wanted to be able to talk to them. There is also food which can make you grow bigger or smaller. This would come in very handy if you ever needed to hide or if you wanted to stand up to a bully. And just like Alice, I'm very inquisitive, so I think Wonderland is the place for me.

Lyra Wong Wing-han, 15, Fung Kai Liu Man Shek Tong Secondary School


8. An icy holiday

The kingdom of Arendelle in the movie Frozen, and particularly, in Elsa's ice castle. Why? Because Hong Kong is just too hot right now.

Angel Wong Ling, 16, Fung Kai Liu Man Shek Tong Secondary School


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9. Untested waters

The world in the book series Percy Jackson & the Olympians, which was inspired by Greek mythology. It would be dangerous but also full of adventure. I may also get to be a god, which means I will have special skills, such as being able to control water.

Yeung Yat-hin, 16, The YWCA Hioe Tjo Yoeng College


10. Going to school? Never!

There's no better place than Neverland, the magical island in the book Peter Pan. It has mermaids, fairies and other fantastic creatures, and I would get to meet Peter Pan and Tinker Bell. But best of all, I would never have to grow up. I could stay a teenager, yet never have to go to school or worry about exams. My life would be relaxing and stress-free if I lived in Neverland.

Jasmine Ng Yan-nam, 14, Carmel Secondary School


For next week's Top 10, tell us:

What's the best way to impress someone you like?

Send your answer, together with your name, age and school, to reporters.club@scmp.­com with "Top 10: impress" in the subject field. Our favourite answers will appear in next week's Top 10 page!

Edited by M. J. Premaratne

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