Welcome to WYKAAO
Welcome to WYKAAO
(From Joe Shum, WYHK '67)
With the passing away of Fr. Coghlan who was the youngest member among the more than a hundred Jesuit priests sent from the Irish Jesuit Province throughout the past century, it signifies the end of an era.
Since the first arrival of Frs. George Byrne and John Neary to Hong Kong in December 1926, for the next hundred years these dedicated educationists and learned men from faraway Ireland had contributed the prime of their lives to serve the people of Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Macau. In particular, the two Wah Yan Colleges and Ricci HKU would not have been without their dedicated services, care, management, and intellect. In this particular forum group we are especially fortunate and grateful to have been personally guided and cared by them during our formative years.
When we brace ourselves for the school year of 2021-22, we are delighted to welcome aboard our new School Supervisor, Fr. Clement TSUI, S.J. In the Jesuit spirit of MAGIS, Fr. TSUI shall accompany us in our quest to become Men of Human Excellence and Men for and with Others – march on and see all things new in Christ. Please Click the images below to read the 2-page message.
註：散水餅的 emoji 是港華老師的設計。散水餅的包裝設計是我們的教育心理學家的傑作。
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On Saturday August 7, WYKAAO Board of Directors visited a new long-term care centre in Stouffville operated by Mon Sheong Foundation, a charity organization where a number of WYKAAO members are volunteers.
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Principal Warren Chung presented the latest updates on WYK in a virtual alumni meeting with Ontario chapters. Click the image to see the video presentation.
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