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1 December 2021

Premier of Fundraising Movie Gala – "To My 19-year-old Self" (Album 3)

On December 1, 2021, the premiere of fundraising movie gala – "To My 19-year-old Self" was held at the Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre.  Helmed by our distinguished alumna and internationally acclaimed director Ms Mabel Cheung, the film chronicles the growth of a unique group of Ying Wa students through their journey in secondary school – from their time in the old Robinson Road Campus to the decanting school in Sham Shui Po.  The film is an up-close and honest account of the coming of age of these youngsters who all have their own fascinating stories to tell.

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1 December 2021

Premier of Fundraising Movie Gala – "To My 19-year-old Self" (Album 2)

On December 1, 2021, the premiere of fundraising movie gala – "To My 19-year-old Self" was held at the Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre.  Helmed by our distinguished alumna and internationally acclaimed director Ms Mabel Cheung, the film chronicles the growth of a unique group of Ying Wa students through their journey in secondary school – from their time in the old Robinson Road Campus to the decanting school in Sham Shui Po.  The film is an up-close and honest account of the coming of age of these youngsters who all have their own fascinating stories to tell.

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1 December 2021

Premier of Fundraising Movie Gala – "To My 19-year-old Self" (Album 1)

On December 1, 2021, the premiere of fundraising movie gala – "To My 19-year-old Self" was held at the Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre.  Helmed by our distinguished alumna and internationally acclaimed director Ms Mabel Cheung, the film chronicles the growth of a unique group of Ying Wa students through their journey in secondary school – from their time in the old Robinson Road Campus to the decanting school in Sham Shui Po.  The film is an up-close and honest account of the coming of age of these youngsters who all have their own fascinating stories to tell.

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27 November 2021

Hong Kong Island Outstanding Student Awards 2021

Lau Sum (6A) and Leung Choi Lam Phoebe (3E) were awarded the Hong Kong Island Outstanding Student Awards in the senior and junior sections respectively.  Lau Sum was among the top ten outstanding students in the senior section.  Presented by the Hong Kong Island School Heads Association, the awards aim to recognize secondary school student leaders who have demonstrated excellent leadership skills and have served the school and society enthusiastically. 

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26 November 2021

Thanksgiving Week of 2021-2022

November is a time of giving thanks. In Ying Wa, the Student Association organised a series of events for Thanksgiving Week, named Redamancy for its meaning of love in return.  The events ranged from Thanksnapping, Teachers’ Day, Thank You Card Sale to the treasured tradition of Sponsored Walk.  

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26 November 2021

Sponsored Walk and Thanksgiving Service (2021)

The Thanksgiving Service and the Sponsored Walk were conducted successfully in the last week of November.  We would especially like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Reverend Hung Man Kit of the C & M Alliance Wah Kee Church   (基督教宣道會華基堂熊文傑牧師) to share his thoughts on the theme of “Ying Wa Girls with a Thankful Heart (齊來做過懂得感恩的英華人)”.  Reverend Hung shared his journey of serving in Africa and his admiration towards YW’s former principals such as Miss Helen Davies and Mrs Ruth Lee for their generosity and spirits to serve in the YW family.  He encouraged students to be thankful for all the people and everything around them, and learn how to enjoy every precious moment and serve others in life. 

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22 November 2021

Talk on Treasuring Life 2021 – Dr Wong Oi Yan Connie

On November 22, Dr Wong Oi Yan Connie (黃愛恩博士), a renowned musician and teacher, was invited by the Guidance Committee to talk to our students. Born with only three fully formed fingers, she shared how she battled against the odds when she underwent numerous operations and spent school vacations in hospital.  Dr Wong also inspired us with her determination and how she preserved in her music career despite physical limitations with her strong faith in God. 

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13 November 2021

Orientation of Mentorship Programme 2021-2022

The Mentorship Programme, a collaboration between the Alumnae Association and the Careers Committee, has entered its 17th year.  The kick-off ceremony of the programme was held on 13th November, 2021 (Saturday) in the School Hall.  There are a total of 45 students and 45 mentors participating in the programme this year.  Through the mentor-mentee connections, mentors share their professional knowledge and offer their advice to student mentees throughout the year.  Meanwhile, mentees could learn more about different job opportunities, pre-requisites, workplace culture, trends and prospects in various established professions or start-up industries.  YW is grateful for all the mentors for their voluntary contributions in making this sisterhood a

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