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Toronto 64 Bi-Monthly Dinner Dec 2017

今晚(Dec 28)又係我哋多倫多64班同學 兩個月一次的餐聚. 除了兩位女仕喺香港唔來得, 其他全部都參加.唔信咩! 請睇以下相片,





請估以上好似嗰波碟餸是甚麽東東? 估中亞Bo請你遊船河 (由天星碼頭開出)


Gregory 於達 RIP (64)

Gregory 於達

YU, Gregory Tat (D.M.D.)
January 2, 1947 - December 17, 2017
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Gregory Yu on December 17, 2017 at the age of 70. He is survived by his beloved wife Melanie, his son Jeffery, daughter Andrea, son-in-law Graham. Born in Hong Kong, Gregory immigrated to Vancouver in 1966. He graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry at U.B.C. in 1972.

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Season's Greetings

US visitors in Hong Kong

 Both Joe Pao鮑大雄 & William Ng 吳偉泉 visited Hong Kong at the same time in November and Chairman Eddie Lau treated them with other classmates to a Shanghai restaurant (泰豐屢) on Saturday (Nov. 11). William, Joe, Ming, Cecil, Chairman and Dennis got together with their better halves. They had a rowdy fun time according to Dennis who submitted the photos below.

Mini Reunion in Hong Kong

Taking advantage of Joe Pao, William Ng and Chow Ping Hon's visit to HK, a mini reunion was held on November 12 (Sunday) in Kowloon Tsai Home Owners Association. All together, 30 classmates and spouses had joined in this memorable fun night. Thanks to Jeffrey, here are some pictures taken,




鮑鷄(鮑大雄)夫婦來多倫多賞楓, 但可惜天氣太熱, 楓葉還是一片綠,

無辦法              惟有用綠葉當手信啦!

既然有朋自遠方來, 當然我哋又要食一餐...

手機未掉, 故有相片登網 





From Down Under

Raymond 戴錦池夫婦到訪, 我哋多倫多64班同學又有一餐食啦!

今次由Frederick 鄒秉漢主持, 在八月三十一号, 在孟嘗閣攪了"一直走". 當晚我哋開懷暢飲, 大聲講, 大聲笑, 極之開心.

以下相片是由笨人就快要掉嘅手機所拍, 視覺有問題, 不是你老花所致.

dinner 2 dinner 3 dinner 4

dinner 5 dinner 6 dinner 7

dinner 8 dinner 9 dinner 1



"當然有啦! 有女出嫁喎"

八月五号, 亞寶(Raymond吳寶鑑)嫁女, 我哋多倫多六四班"食客" 當然會擁躍參加婚禮. 以下相片是由"笨人" 手機影的. 至於official 嘅相片, 便要由亞寶提供啦.




Tibet trip 2017

By Philip Lee

Why Tibet and who joined?

Tibet has always been on top of my list of places where I want to travel in China because of its remoteness and its religious mysticism. My wife Magdalen, however, does not share the same yearnings towards Tibet because she was worried about our age and the likelihood of altitude sickness. So when the news that Jeffrey and Ming were actively recruiting classmates for a Tibet trip reached us early this year, I knew the opportunity had arrived. I registered my interest for the trip.

The September 2016 WYK64 Reunion had laid the groundwork for the Tibet trip as Magdalen got on well with Ming's wife, Helena, who shared her passion for ballroom dancing and we had agreed to meet up in Sydney after the reunion. In the meantime, Jeffrey and Ming sent out an invitation to all alumni to join them in their proposed Tibet trip in June. We  were in Shanghai at the time so we expressed interest to join. When we got back I arranged to meet with Ming and Helena in Sydney mid-February over lunch to discuss the trip. Ming told us that a number of classmates had considered the possibility of high altitude sickness and conditions of their health and had declined to join so we ended up with just Ming, Helena, Magdalen and I.

Departure from Guangzhou

Magdalen and I flew to Guangzhou from Sydney and stayed in Ming and Helena's spacious apartment overlooking the Pearl River and spent 2 hot summer days shopping in Guangzhou's famous walking street, Beijing Road, and visiting Sun Yat-sen Memorial. Ming treated us for lunch and demonstrated his tea-tasting skills 茶艺 with a fine selection of Guangzhou's delicious Dimsim varieties. He also showcased Cantonese food such as low-fired soup 老火汤, soya sause Goose, steamed Waan Fish. On the night before the trip we had a change of palate in a binge of Shanghaiese steamed buns, spiced jiaozi and pork with water duck soup. Ming and Helena were perfect hosts. 

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Eastern Mediterranean Cruise Travelogue

By Clement IP

In March of 2017, Dominic and I, and our respective spouses (Cecilia and Margot), went on an Eastern Mediterranean cruise on the Viking Star.  The ship is practically brand new, since Viking launched its maiden ocean cruise only a year ago.  With a capacity of about 900 passengers, there is plenty of lounge area for people to relax, and we never felt crowded at any time.  All state rooms have a balcony, and our standard accommodation was quite comfortable.  Best yet, there are two specialty. restaurants that we could patronize at no extra charge.  Due to limited seating, Cecilia quickly secured reservations for us just in the nick of time.  We were very glad she did that; the food and service were excellent.

Our 10-day voyage began in Athens and ended in Venice.  We boarded the ship at Piraeus, on the outskirts of Athens. The narrative below describes our itinerary in chronological order. A 2-part travelogue video has been made by Dominic for us to remember it by and for you to watch, click here



We journeyed from Piraeus into the heart of Athens by motor coach.  The sightseeing was no more than a whirlwind drive-by of a few highlights - the Hellenic Parliament, Syntagma Square, Temple of Zeus, and the Panathenic Stadium (a brief stop here for a photo op).  The stadium is the only one in the world built of marble, and was the site of the first modern Olympic Games held in 1898.  

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