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Ambrose Tsang (60) R.I.P.

A Memorial Service will be held on February 25, 2017. 
 
Click here for a letter to the Cheetah Brother Ambrose (aka Roy) by Philip Lee, videos and photos of Cheetahs.
 
Here is the Cheeths at 2010_WYIC.
 
" Dear Roy:
There is still Emma Road, but no smiling but mischievous face will greet me in the corner.
There are still steps leading to the Wah Yan Chapel, but no familiar voice will call my name.
There is still busy Nathan Road, but it is empty without you walking alongside.
There is still Central Station in New York City, but nobody with a pipe will come to pick me up.
There is still Time's Square in New York City, but no Emie or Roy will tell me their most recent challenges.
There is still the Shanghai Restaurant in Los Angeles, but there is no table to wait for our late arrival.
There are still Casinos in Macau or Las Vegas, but nobody will let me throw the dice for him without money on the bets.
The horses are still running at Santa Anita or Shatin, but nobody will be cheering louder than I for the last horse coming in.
There are still tea houses in Hong Kong, but there will be no savvy jokes to send down the dimsums.
There are still corridors on every cruise ship, but no caring physician will be comforting me for my health issues.
There are still Cheetahs Get-togethers, but there will be no Roy bugging the other Tsang to come along.
But Roy, you know that these are only fleeting memories of this world.
And I know, you will have something much better waiting for us very cruise ship, but no caring physician will be comforting me for my health issues.
There are still Cheetahs Get-togethers, but there will be no Roy bugging the other Tsang to come along.
But Roy, you know that these are only fleeting memories of this world.
And I know, you will have something much better waiting for us behind the Pearly Gate.
Rest in Peace.
Love. 
Leonard Tsang aka Sui Len."
 
Click here to read the emails.

《60_2017 Reunion in Las Vegas》

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The Lee Brothers

  
[#8 Br Robert (58), #4 Br Alfred (51)]          [with friend, Mr. Lee on the left]                   [ With Alfred's Family]

After a tour in China, Philip (60) stopped over in Toronto and hosted a dinner with the Lees on May 16, 2016. 
Mr. Ho was invited to join the happy occasion.

Class of 60 in Toronto


 
Lunch gathering in a Chinese restaruant at HWY7/Warden in Markham on May 15, 2016.
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Breakfast at Times Square Richmond Hill

 
Philip and Anita Lee came to spend Christmas with their family in Oakville.  With daughter Malinda, they had breakfast with brother Robert, Anthony Ho, Gus and Betty Yeung at Times Square on Box Day.  They will fly back to Winnepaq on 27th December and will visit Toronto again in March, 2016.

Philip Lee (60) in Toronto

  
Philip Lee, former Manitoba's Lieutenant Governor, has joined an accounting firm in Winnepig as Senior Executive Advisor, had a short stop in Toronto after attending the Reunion of the Cheetahs on an east coast cruise.  At an early breakfast with Anita, brother Robert and wife, Sylvia and Mr. Ho, he recounted a very sad event during the happy moments.  Click here to view the Reunion album. The sad event.

Joseph Li, R.I.P.

Our beloved Cheetah-brother, Joe ('59), passed on during our reunion cruise in N.E. Canada.
He was with his wife, Livia and twelve of his best friends.

The Joe I Know

I have known Joe for over seventy years, and I am blessed to have been his God-uncle, fellow Knights of the Blessed Sacrament, school-mate (in more than one school), friend, team-mate and Cheetah-brother.

He was the second child of my God-brother (Mr. Li Kan李根) and has a younger brother (Mr. John Li, 李國銘, who is living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada).

In his younger days, he was was known as the little Dragon on Pitt Street (碧街,九龍), excelling in every game and activity: Chinese Chess象棋, shuttlecock毯 and many more.

He went to Pui Ching before entering Wah Yan College, and he did well academically as well as in the sports, as he was known as Ho Ying Fun何應芬, the famous soccer/football player in the 40's and 50's in H.K., leading the Wah Yan Team to many championships.

After teaching for a couple of years, he went to the U.S. as a 苦學生, and the rest is history.

Professor Li was well regarded and contributed so much to his field that he was not allowed to retire.

He was a winner throughout; the seven consecutive wins convinced us all!

Joseph, as 契媽 said: 你真係冇得頂!

We admire you.

We respect you.

We love you.
May your rest in peace.

Len.

Fr Mallin at 102nd Birthday Party

   

Dr. Kwan Man-woo (WYK60) : “The video was sent to me from Gregory Chan Chin Chun, 陳展津. Gregory’s son’s classmates (1990) were celebrating with Fr Mallin on his 102 birthday .”

Please click the image to view the video.

Class 60 Celebrating 55th Anniversary

 
Please click the Birthday cake to view the album.

There are now 8 photos in the album by Peter Wong.  More will be uploaded when they are received.

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