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Chau Man-lok, Peter ('67) R.I.P.

Peter, who lived in San Francisco, passed away on Wednesday, March 25, suddenly but peacefully, in SF. His family was by his side.

Peter was rushed to the hospital on Monday, after a fall at home. Doctors discovered a blood clot in his brain, and performed surgery to remove it. Even though the surgery itself was successful, the bleeding never stopped.

The funeral service was held on Saturday, March 28, at noon at Evergreen Mortuary of McAvoy O'Hara at 4545 Geary Blvd.
Click here for the remembrance card at the service. 

We offer our condolences to his family.

Memories of 周民樂 ;       白雲出處從無例 -- 憶周民樂同學

Congratulations to Tim Kwan (67)

Tim KwanMarch 3, 2015 – Gatineau, Quebec – Employment and Social Development Canada

The Honourable Alice Wong, Minister of State (Seniors), announced today the appointments of Mr. William James Emmerton and Mr. Tim W. Kwan as members of the National Seniors Council (NSC).
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Mr. Kwan has built a distinguished career as Chairman and President of the Mon Sheong Foundation, where, since 1996, he has been dedicated to helping address the needs of the aging population and alleviating the pressing issues regarding long-term care in the Greater Toronto Area. He brings to the Council extensive experience that includes serving as Chair of the Foundation’s Executive Committee and its Senior Home Development Committee, where he has overseen the remarkable expansion of the Mon Sheong Long-Term Care Centres.

http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?nid=942579

Daniel Ho in Hong Kong


At dinner on December, 2014 at the Golden Federal Restaurant 聯邦金閣酒家, Yaumatei, Kowloon, Hong Kong
with (L-R) Paul Tay, Eddie Wong, Wing-ching Tay, David Chan Sik-hong, Patrick Wong, Sonny Poon, 

and (seating) Joseph Lau.

At Brian Kwan's Wedding Reception

At Brian Kwan's Wedding Reception

WYK alumni, spouses and Mr. Ho at the wedding reception of Brian Kwan (son of Tim Kwan '67), click here to see more pictures.

Tang Tong-Bor ('67)

Tang Tong BorTang Tong-Bor was in town for his daughter's university graduation. He met with some members of the year of 1967. Our congratulations!

Dim-sum Lunch with James Wan


Some members of Class 67 welcomed James Wan and his friend, Lawrence Leung, at a dim-sum lunch on Saturday, May 24.  They had a great time 'blowing water' and Mr. Ho was invited to share the fun.  There were talks of celebrating 50th Anniversary in 2017 in Hong Kong.

Please click the photo to view the album.

News from Taipei

"This evening (May 6, 2014), Bill Li, Berry Hsu and I had porridge and delicacies (清粥小菜)for dinner in Taipei. Berry is in town for an academic conference at Fu Jen Catholic University. We had such a good time! Attached is a photo taken after we consumed all the good stuff! 

Best wishes,

 

Edward Chung"

"Year '67 Wahyanites" Donation Appeal

Dear Classmates,

As you may be aware the WYK Grass Pitch Resurfacing Project (the "Project") fund raising campaign is close to deadline. Their target is to raise HK$12.5 million and yet by 24 December 2013 they had received HK$10 million only. The Launch Ceremony (Construction Commencement) of the Project will be held on 18 January 2014.

A group of dedicated '67 Wahyanites feel that the grass football pitch does give us a lot of good memories of our schooldays and we should do something in the name of  "Year '67 Wahyanites" to help realize the Project. Our goal is to donate 1% or more of the Project sum or HK$125,000.00.  I act as a co-ordinator and appeal for your support!  Your donation is greatly appreciated. The group of dedicated '67 Wahyanites would make up for the shortfall, if any. 

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Peter Shum in Hong Kong

Class of 1967 Luncheon

Members of the class took the opportunity of Tang Tong Bor's visit for a lunch get together.  During the lunch Tang, a retired professor of physics, enlightened us with the theory of quantum physics, parallel worlds, particles, matters and energy etc etc; very interesting but difficult indeed to fathom.

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