Zoe Chung, 13, King Ling College
It's illegal to have fireworks anywhere in Hong Kong, but they're so much fun to see at a party. I wish we had fireworks at school! Watching fireworks, we feel that we're part of the world. They are addictive. Have an unforgettable Christmas with your family and friends.
Sophia Zhang, 10, Sha Tin Junior School
Being part of the Student Council at our school, we have decided to have a Pyjama Day in the last week of the term to raise money for charity. Although this is not technically a party, it will be fun to snuggle up in our PJs at school since the cold weather has just arrived. We shall also be taking a photo of the whole school in their pyjamas, which will be very amusing.
Cheung Ka-pui, 16, Fung Kai Liu Man Shek Tong Secondary School
This year our school will hold a Christmas party before the holiday, and the theme is "Let's Sing Together".
Desmond Chan, 13, King Ling College
A lot of students at my school love football, so maybe my school can invite the Hong Kong football team to perform and show off some skills. Many Hongkongers think that the quality of football in the city is low, so they choose to watch matches from other countries. However, inviting the Hong Kong football team would be a good way to promote the local football culture. The students could organise teams to challenge the Hong Kong team. If a student team can score a goal before the professional players do, they should get Christmas gifts from the players such as their shirts and football boots.
Natasha Lau, 17, University of Sussex (Britain)
This year's Christmas party theme should be "Trim My Tree". People could dress up in the colours of the Christmas tree and allow others the chance to decorate the clothes as they want. Since a lot of people in Hong Kong don't own a Christmas trees, this would be a good idea. Everyone's costumes would look unique.