Best Friends Forever #13: Growing up together

Best Friends Forever #13: Growing up together

As you share experiences and make memories together, the bond between you and your friend will grow stronger

My BFF goes to the same school as me. They are one of the most special people in the world to me because they always give me advice, both about personal relationships and school life. They have taught me what it means to be myself and have made me appreciate all the special things in my life.

Tin Ng, 10, Renaissance College Hong Kong

I spend as much time with my ice skating shoes as one would with their best friend. Ice skating is my hobby, but I can’t go to the ice rink every day. But I always look at my skates and imagine myself gliding on the ice. I take good care of them and make sure they’re always sparkling clean. I’ve had my skates for years and they’re very important to me.

Valerie Lau, 13, St Mary’s Canossian College

Best Friends Forever #12: Need a helping hand?

At times, my best friend is a brilliant and influential leader who wears a mischievous grin on her face. At other times, she doesn’t credit herself enough for all the good she does for her friends. And sometimes she’s just a dork slurping Japanese noodles while giggling at Friends references. Her name is Natalie Kleinberg and I’m proud to call her my friend.

Liana Tang, 13, Carmel School Association

I would say my best friend is my mobile phone. It sounds like I’m addicted to my smartphone, but I just think it’s very useful. It allows me to stay in touch with friends, keeps me up to date on the news, capture memories, and it can fit in my pocket. I think there are a lot of people in my generation who can’t live without their mobile phones.

Tam Nga-lai, 13, STFA Tam Pak Yu College

Best Friends Forever #11: Someone who turns my frown upside down

My friend Elena is from Malaysia. She is incredibly kind, smart, funny, and gorgeous. We met at school and instantly bonded over our love of the Netflix shows Stranger Things and Money Heist, and of writing our own short stories. The more we talked and got to know each other, the more we grew to trust each other. Now we are officially BFFs who always have fun hanging out together, and call and send each other weird pictures every day.

Megan Kwok, 13, German Swiss International School


If you would like to tell us about your BFF, send your story to yp@scmp.com, and attach a jpg of you and your pal. All pics must be larger than 1MB, and you must have the permission of your friend or friends to use it.

Edited by Nicole Moraleda

This article appeared in the Young Post print edition as
Growing fonder with time

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