Welcome to WYKAAO
Welcome to WYKAAO
FB, a retired family physician, sees issues through rose-coloured glasses at
Prorogation Protests Across Canada (Hey, people, listen, we are barking up the wrong tree.)
To Obama (Mr. President, our condolences.)
Beware Domestic Violence/Recession Rage (The economy is not causing domestic violence, but it definitely influences it)
The End of the World (In memory of all lost in the Haiti Catastrophe)
The Confession of a Shopaholic (I was caught in Walmart the other day....)
In his 15-day adventure from Vancouver to experience the Mid-night Sun, dentist Bonbon Hu (class of 65) does not move on to Chickens, Alaska with the group but stays at Dawson, a city of "High Noon" and "OK Corral" setting on the 7th day.
Enjoy his route by clicking the picture.
“I have not been to North America for almost two years. The fact is I have been kept rather busy setting up and consolidating organizations engaging in promoting business ethics in the Chinese context, first in Hong Kong and then in Beijing. The association set up in Hong Kong is known as the Association for International Business Ethics (AIBE). Its web site is: http://www.aibethics.org/. Fr. Deignan is one of the advisors. Then I am also helping the Jesuits in Macau in forming a Foundation to be registered in Macau and subsequently in China. The Jesuits there known as "CASA RICCI" led by Fr. Ruiz who is now 97 old have set up centres for cured lepers and children with AIDS in 10 provinces in China. In addition, I am responsible, as a technician for CASA RICCI, for a project known as "ABCD"-- Assets Based Community Development in Yunnan where credit union study clubs and micro financing play important roles amongst the poorest of the poor in the mountain areas. I am still in close touch with the Asian Confederation of Credit Unions. The Confederation has now 59,354 credit unions/co-operatives operating in 19 Asian countries with 70,130,000 individual members. All these, plus my duties in Hong Kong have been keeping me away from North America for the past two years.” -- from Andrew So Kwok-wing
The first event of 2010 was a net-working dinner in Richmond Hill on Friday, January 08. Sung Yan-Wing (65) gave an overview of how US became a leading economic order and China’s rise to become the next powerful economic order. The importance of the interplay between these two powers surfaced at the recent Copenhagen Climate Change Conference 2009. It was a most informative and interesting talk. Sung Yan-Wing left shortly after 9:15 pm to catch his plane to Hong Kong at mid-night. Click here to view the pictures.
(The Board of Directors welcomes suggestions for future net-working dinner)
Of course, Mr. Wong sings in English.
At the 2009 year-end mini-reunion luncheon of the Class of 1962 at Kowloon Hotel, Mr. Wong gave an impromptu performance. Click here to view the video.
uploaded to youtube by Albert Young (LA)
Group photo by Victor Young (HK)
Photo of Mr. Wong by Mr. Tam
Transcript written by Mr. Wong
New Year's Day Wang An Shi (1021-1086) (江紹倫譯)
On a sound of firecrackers we bid farewell to the year old
As vernal breezes warm up the Tu Su brew we welcome the new
The sun shines visiting thousands of family doors
Every door displays new couplets to celebrate the New Year for all
When you have a quiet moment in this season of festivities, we invite you to join us at Members' Corner.
We also suggest that you spend a few minutes to enjoy Nick Tsui's speech at HKWY Speech Day on 2009.11.12.
Nick is the grandson of Mr Tsui Yan Sau and has been the web master of HKWYPSA site.
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