Articles and News of Class 1962 (visit the website)
老驥伏櫪，志在千里。今年73歲的國際知名癌細胞和免疫學專家麥德華博士（Dr. Tak Wah Mak），在免疫學上又再取得新的突破，發現免疫細胞受腦部指揮；獲加拿大總督帕耶特（Julie Payette）在今年6月下旬，頒發加拿大醫療研究中心（Canadian Institutes of HealthResearch, CIHR）的金葉獎（Gold Leaf Prize），表揚他在醫學上的新發現。
Group Photo: Back row left to right -Francis Sze, Robert Ngan, Peter K Wong, Cecilia Tse, Simon Tse
Jose Taveras, Ho Sir, G. Chan, Lena Wong.
[Peter Wong organized the gathering. Mr Ho and Ms Chan were invited to join the fun.]
Dear Wai Hon,
As Wah Yan Class of 1962 schoolmates, we are all much shocked and saddened to hear the most tragic news on Wai Nang's passing.
Many thanks for the very well-written, interesting and enlightening article "Stories of the Four Brothers" which let us belatedly know more about our schoolmate now in God's embrace. May he rest in eternal peace in Heaven.
Please accept Wah Yan class of 62s' collective heartfelt sympathies and condolences on behalf of all members of the Lee family and his daughter for such a sad lost of a dear one.
Take care, good health and God bless,
Alex Mak (WYK62)
With this email, I have attached:
1) Wah Yan Form5A class photo,
2) A color photo taken at a Wah Yan alumni gathering in L.A. which Wai Nang attended but I have no idea of the date.
3) WYK62 - Photos File 21-01-2018
Click here to view the album.
[Please click the image to view the happy moments.]
April found the WYK62 HK chapter having a dinner gathering at Li Yue Mun for a seafood dinner. We were very happy to be able to enjoy the rare company of Albert & Yvonne Young who happened to be visiting HK at the time. Unfortunately, Dunson Cheng, who was also in town then, came down with the flu and had to cry off at the last minute - ditto Michael & Tracy Leung.
Kudos should be handed to - Henry Leung, whose connection at the venue plus his careful planning of the sumptuous menu of lip smacking goodies more than enhance the happy occasion. Not forgetting our very generous Michael, who, even though cannot attend, still provided the excellent wines, red & white, the glorious cake as well as transportation plus driver for 4 passenger, much much appreciated. Bravo & well done to both of you !
So, the 19 of us had a great time, as usual, and there are 32
photos in three batches to prove it ! Happy viewing,
P.S. Thanks also due to Poon Lai-yeung, who although not present, still helped by performing the editing of the finished pictures - much appreciated LY, thanks again !
At our dinner gathering last night, March 15, the originator of this news revealed "inadvertently" that our beloved classmate Bernard Yau Yu-kwong 邱宇光 "沙田柚" [with whom many hours of sandy pitch football was happily spent] had passed away 2-3 years ago due to contracting a deadly flu virus at that time while transiting Hong Kong on his way somewhere else. Apparently it only took 3 days from start to finish; it was so deadly.
Therefore, SADLY, it is that time again - please see my AMENDED FILES ATTACHED.
Bernard - belatedly and with apologies, we all grief & commemorate your passing and I take solace in the thought that you are now resting in eternal peace in God's embrace !!!
With brimming eyes, from one of your sandy pitch soccer mates,
P.S. As the inadvertent revealor of this information so correctly remarked - he is under no obligation to keep me (or any WYK62) informed.
The much awaited 28 Nov WYK62 Dinner event last Tuesday at the Moon Koon Restaurant of the Happy Valley Race course building was a complete success with everything going according to plan.
How can anyone not be happy, especially those who were fed all night by generous host Michael Leung's magnum-size bottles of vintage French red wine from Chateau Montrose (1996/98) ?
Here are the photos to prove it !!! Happy viewing !
[Please click the image to view the album]
Father Gerald Aloysius Tseng (曾順年神父) was my Form 3C Form Master in 1959 to 1960. He was then 30 years old and was still a Jesuit scholastic. He was ordained priest in Dublin on 31st July, 1963.
He is now 88 years old but is still in good health. He is living in retirement, but is still active in St. Ignatius Church in Singapore.
The photographs were only recently taken..
I made it a habit of going to Singapore to visit him at least once a year. He was very kind to me when I was in Form 3C.
I am still going to St. Ignatius Chapel at Kowloon Wah Yan every Sunday for the 9:00am Mass.
The Pastor is now Father Thomas Leung (梁宗溢神父) of WYHK64 Class..