Welcome to WYKAAO
Welcome to WYKAAO
Dear Brothers and Colleagues of the Ontario Chapter (KLN),
"Having been in Hong Kong for quite a while, we visited the Wetland Park in the northern border of New Territories this afternoon (Chinese New Year Eve) and were lucky enough to plunge into a very friendly and beautiful tiger in one of the display galleries inside the Park. Hence, we are sending you our greetings together with a tiger for the Year of the Tiger." - from Laurence Tam & Margaret.
Happy New Year of The Tiger.
We learned from Father Kennedy:
Tiger, tiger burning bright;
In the forest of the night;
What immortal hand or eye;
Dare frame thy fearful symmetry.
Wishing you all the opportunity to see the beauty in the mysterious unpredictability of the world and the courage and calm of the Tiger as you respond to the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead,
The Cheetahs (1960)
Read the full text here.
To: WYK 57’ Old Boys
From: Chung Yu and Chok Yu
Date: February 3, 2010
Subject: A Call To Reconnect
Both of us believe the 57’ class was very unique in the history of the Waterloo Road WYK. In our case, we opted to transfer from the Robinson Road WYHK PM School to the brand new WYK on Waterloo Road in 52 simply because of its impressive buildings and beautiful grounds. Since the PM school closed shortly after, there were quite a few others who also transferred. So, the 57’ class at graduation was made up of both former WYHK PM and Nelson Street WYK students. We remember Ho Nim Cho mentioned that he and our dear friend Philip Lo Oi Lun came from the Nelson Street WYK.
We have 張愛玲的亂夢 and Robert Brownings's Bad Dreams.
Yearn to travel?
We have "Accidental Traveller" and "Package Tour - Spain and Portugal".
Rose and John Ho ('65) share the beautiful pictures taken from their recent trip to 雲南. The first part (雲南、昆明、東川、紅土地) can be seen here in our blog. Click here to see the second part (昆明點滴). The last of the 3-part series of pictures presented in slideshow format with background music can be seen here (土林).
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.
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