Articles and News of Class 1965
David & Madeleine So hosted a lunch reunion with his classmates at Bayview Golf & Country Club on Thursday, the 13th of July".
Other than Ho Sir (Group Scout Master) who gave me the nod in Form-1 for joining the scouts, Andrew So (So-Har) was my very first contact in WYK scouting. He left (graduated from) WYK as I was entering P-6 in 1959; a "green broom" (SM) on his scout beret at the time.
I was a member of probably 10 or 12 new tenderfoot recruits who got sworn in by him in Junior B*: A few I can remember: FB, Goo-Wark, Ah Chai, Thomas Li, Koo Wai-Ying.... (BB went into Junior A). Tsung Kwong-Hung ("貓仔") was my first PL, John Fung Hong-Tai was my PS, in Antelope Patrol, before Henry Lam the "Iron Cow" took over after Tsung left.
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"Eliza & I would like to thank John Fung and Andrew Tang hosting a mini-Rhapsody dinner in Toronto for us during this pandemic period. We shared some laughs and memories of previous Rhapsodies especially the ones in Montreal and Collingwood. Here are a few photos taken during this happy dinner meeting with lobster, yellow fin and eel dishes (click on the image to see more).
We look forward to future bigger Rhapsodies when the pandemic subsides.
Don Yau ('65)"
Recently Jimmy has recorded a duet album of 18 pieces played by him and Yolanda. The album includes a variety of music ranging from simple pieces like the Chopsticks to more advanced pieces like the Peer Gynt by Grieg. Click the image above to listen.
James loved and adored our mom. They shared a truly amazing relationship. Our mom passed away on 17 October 2000 in Toronto Canada. To commemorate the 20th anniversary of her death, James had planned a family reunion. But his own illness and eventual death on 3 October - two weeks before mom's day of remembrance - tragically ended his plan. When I looked through my footage of James throughout the years, it is no surprise that his eulogy at mom's funeral moved me the most. There he was, the loving son remembering his mother with tenderness and intense emotions. I thought this would be a most fitting way to remember him - his love for our mom which was the foundation for his love for humanity. I think he will approve too.