When Nicholas Tse (è¬éœ†é‹’) and Cecilia Cheung (å¼µæŸèŠ) divorced in June 2011, they agreed to have joint custody of their two sons, 6-year-old Lucas (è¬æŒ¯è»’) and 3-year-old Quintus (è¬æŒ¯å—).While baby Quintus had not known what happened then, Lucas was fully aware of the situation. On the surface, the young boy had to accept his parents’ decision but it has been observed Lucas has been acting out as a means to cope with his parents’ divorce.The recent child abuse case at Hong Kong’s prestigious Rosaryhill Catholic School has taken the city by storm and has once again sparked the public’s curiosity about what really goes behind the doors of the preschools.For that reason, the reporters at East Week paid a visit to Lucas’ school.According to an article in Popular Asians, reporters noticed that Lucas is active and mischievous in class.While other students were busy studying in front of the computers, Lucas was impatient and constantly playing with his fingers.Eventually, he teased the classmate next to him out of boredom. When his classmate ignored him, Lucas got out from his seat and walked around the classroom.At one time, he almost got into a fight with another classmate. Fortunately, the teachers were watchful and a strong female teacher assistant was able to hold down Lucas’ shoulders,, thus preventing a fight.Lucas and Quintus are growing up under the public eye, similar to Nicholas’ childhood since he was born to famous parents Patrick Tse (è¬è³¢) and Deborah Li (ç‹„æ³¢æ‹‰).A normal family outing in September last year became a big affair in the eyes of the media, when a bikini-clad Cecilia was seen holding hands with her ex-husband.How can a little boy of yet 6 handle his parents’ divorce and the media’s attention at the same time? It is also no secret that Lucas is constantly hoping for his parents’ reconciliation.View the gallery for pictures of Nicholas Tse and Cecilia Cheung in their happier days together.