What is the best day of the week?

What is the best day of the week?

We asked our readers: What is your favourite day of the week? Here are our favourite answers

Relaxing day

Sunday, because I can do whatever I want. After a week of hard work, I can spend time with my loved ones. I like to switch off my study mode and relax. Sunday gives me the energy to tackle the week ahead.

Iris Leung, 16, HKTA The Yuen Yuen Institute No 3 Secondary School

Shopping spree

Definitely Friday. There are lots of tests we have to worry about during weekdays. I feel so tired at the end of the week but I always have the energy to go shopping after school on Friday. It makes me feel better. I can also look forward to relaxing the next day. Sunday is the worst day because I have to study to prepare for the week ahead.

Henry Chow Ka hang, 13, King Ling College

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Time to play ball

I love Saturdays because I get to play football with my under-12 team members of the Liverpool LF International Academy (Hong Kong) and my British coach Tom Penny, who is the best coach ever! I can also watch my favourite programme, Beyblade Burst, on YouTube on that day.

Isaac Wong King-lok, 10, Alliance Primary School

On Wednesdays …

Wednesday, because I have a volleyball class that day. I really like to play volleyball. On this day, my friends and I also like to have a special lunch on a rooftop.

Bowie Chan, 12, Tak Nga Secondary School

What is your favourite childhood memory?​

A fresh start

It must be Monday, because it’s the start of a new week. I look forward to learning new things at school, especially during my favourite lessons such as arts and English. On Mondays, I also play badminton, which is my favourite after-school activity.

Lucas Lee Zhe-heng, 12, Shatin Tsung Tsin Secondary School

The day of rest

Saturday, because it’s the first day of the weekend and I don't have to worry about anything. I’m always so tired by the end of the school week and I really look forward to resting over the weekend. I usually spend the whole day watching YouTube videos
and movies.

Victoria Law Man-kei, 13, Maryknoll Fathers’ school

What do you love the most about Hong Kong?​

A time to reset

Sunday is my favourite because I usually go hiking with my friends on that day. I like to hike in Sai Kung where I can take in some fresh air, recharge my batteries, and prepare myself for the week ahead. I also sometimes go shopping with my parents on the weekend which helps me to relax.

James Lee Ching-him, 13, Immaculate Heart of Mary College

Happy Friday

Every Friday, my mood picks up because I know it’s almost the weekend. I spend the whole day looking forward to sleeping in the next day and taking a break from school work. It’s also the day when I get to do all my favourite leisure activities.

Heidi Chow, 13, Sacred Heart Canossian College

Who is your favourite teacher and why?

Best out of seven

My favourite out of the seven days of the week has to be Tuesday. In my school, we have nine classes a day. I have two of my favourite subjects on Tuesday – physics and art. Also, I have nothing to do after school on Tuesdays, so I can go straight home and just relax before I sleep.

Sze Chun-hei, 15, Henrietta Secondary School

Right on target

Tuesday is my favourite day because I have my IPSC shooting lesson after school. The class helps me to work on being calm and focused. It also teaches me how not to argue with others and better ways to cooperate with my peers. I always look forward to this day.

Kwok Ka-lam, 15, TWGHs S. C. Gaw Memorial College

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Edited by Nicole Moraleda 

This article appeared in the Young Post print edition as
The best day


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