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30 November 2020

「竹·田·書·晏」: 圖書館藝術裝置方案(第四階段環保竹磚裝置)

圖書館藝術裝置方案為同學和老師提供一個獨特的藝術創作機會,他們可選擇一本自己喜歡的書,運用雕刻機在環保竹磚上記下書名或書中的語錄,藉此分享閱讀的感悟。此計畫自2019年5月開始,共經歷了四個階段的創作和安裝工作,同學和老師在視覺藝術科老師及兩位著名雕塑家文鳳儀校友和莫一新先生的指導下,協力製作了近千個雕刻作品,並於2020年11月完成裝置。

雕刻作品已被安裝於學校周馬佩堅圖書館的四條支柱上,還組裝成一件七米長的片塊創作,放置於閱覽室裡,象徵從閱讀中萌生的意念和如流水般源源不絕的智慧,營造濃厚的閱讀氣氛。

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27 November 2020

Sponsored Walk and Thanksgiving Service 2020

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 Pastor Lee Lok Man of Baptist Church of Caine Road (堅道浸信會李諾雯傳道) to share the theme on “See Him in Times of Adversities” (「逆」能看見祢).  Although we may face uncertainties, we will definitely be able to find the path with light and life under the guidance of our Lord.  

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20 November 2020

Sharing by the Ethnic Minorities

With the coordination of CEDAR Fund (施達基金會), the Urdu Neighbour Centre (烏都鄰舍中心) and the Liberal Studies Department of Ying Wa, several guests of Pakistani and Indian origin visited each of the S6 class in November 2020.  The guests shared the differences in cultures, traditions, food, customs, religions, festivals, education and women’s status between their country and Hong Kong.  It was indeed an enjoyable lesson in which students could learn much from the guests’ personal stories and experiences.  

Website of CEDAR Fund (Click)  

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18 November 2020

Sharing by Civic Education Assistants (FFPT 2020)

First Floor Plain Talk (FFPT) is a tradition of Ying Wa which provides a platform for students to express their opinions openly.  Four S4 Civic Education Assistants shared the topic Crises and Opportunities in English during the morning assembly on November 18, 2020.  The topic is relevant to Covid-19 which has given rise to a lot of uncertainties.  Despite that, people have the wisdom and courage to deal with all kinds of crises.  Not only did the assembly serve as a platform for student leaders to train their speaking skills, but it also helped students reflect on the importance of embracing challenges in difficult times.

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14 November 2020

Orientation of Mentorship Program 2020-2021

This year marked the 16th anniversary of the Mentorship Program.  For over a decade, mentors of different professions have broadened the horizons of our girls by providing guidance and support in the areas of careers and personal development.  Over the years, the program has successfully matched mentees with suitable mentors.  An orientation was held on November 14, 2020 which attracted a total of 38 students and 37 mentors.   We gratefully thank our mentors for their valuable contributions in making this sisterhood a meaningful bonding!

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11 November 2020

Talk by Rev. Ng Chun Chi

It was our honor to have invited Reverend Ng Chun Chi, Director of the City of David Cultural Centre, on November 11, 2020 to explore the topic of chastity.  Rev. Ng examined the essence of love, which is the promise and responsibility of a married couple to take care of and support each other for their entire life, demonstrating strong commitment.  He also shared stories with students such as the problems of unwanted pregnancies.  Students were encouraged to treasure and lead a chaste life. 

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11 November 2020

Mr. Yu Chu Lam Scholarship (2020)

The Yu Chu Lam Scholarship (庾柱林獎學金) was launched in Ying Wa in 2018 in order to encourage S6 students to strive for academic excellence in the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination.  Three S6 graduates (2019-2020), Cheng Tsz Ying (6E), Zhang Wan Hei (6D) and Choy Man Pok (6B), were awarded the scholarship in recognition of their efforts and outstanding results in the HKDSE Examination 2020.  They are now pursuing their studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). 

List of Awardees:

Cheng Tsz Ying 鄭芷盈 (BEng in Artificial Intelligence, CUHK) with 5** in 6 HKDSE subjects ($30,000)

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6 November 2020

History & Heritage Talk by Dr TING Sun-pao Joseph (2020)

Being one of the most distinguished experts of recent Chinese and Hong Kong history, Dr Ting Sun-pao Joseph (丁新豹博士) not only is the former Chief Curator of the Hong Kong Museum of History, but he is also our school’s History and Heritage Education Consultant.  It was our great honour to have him share with us the history of the Tung Wah Groups of Hospitals on November 6, 2020.  He highlighted the provision of local medical services by Chinese leaders from the late 19th century to the early 20th century.   His educational and interesting presentation was indeed eye-opening and insightful. 

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