As we entered 2017, superstructure works were beginning to emerge from the ground. While the difficult site conditions continue to pose challenges to the construction team, the Lord’s blessing does not cease to manifest in the untiring efforts and stamina of those on the frontline as well as those putting their hearts and minds behind to ensure that each challenge shall be met with the best contemplated solution. 

At this juncture of the year – the high season of rain and anticipated typhoons passing through our land, let us pray for the right weather to allow the site work to speed as planned.

In this issue of the eBulletin, we would like to bring you closer to the building site and thus, enabling us to feel closer to those working on it day-in and day-out. Below are links to 2 YouTube videos taken of the construction sites.

Work progress of the new campus taken by School’s Aerial Photography Team

Site A:

Site B:

We have assembled hundreds of drone photos using the app, Altizure, to offer you a 3D model of both sites. Simply click on the links below and zoom in / out and rotate it.

Links to the 3D mapping models of the existing Robinson Road Campus Construction Sites:

Site A:

Site B:

An aerial view of Site A (Main Campus) in June (Photo credit : Kenneth Lai)



As at the end of June the total funds received by the Redevelopment Fund amounted to more than $107 million, among which over $1.1 million was collected through the two fundraising activities initiated by the School during the first half of the year.

In April, a delightful audience of 500-strong packed the HKCCCC’s China Congregational Church (Leighton Road) to support Ying Wa’s first ever fundraising concert. The occasion assembled our musical talents of all ages to contribute to a new Robinson Road campus. About 150 students and 80 alumnae performed a repertoire of over 20 works of varied genres and in different languages. The concert added $781,000 to the Redevelopment Fund.

Take a look of the Photo Album and share our joy of the evening:

In May, enthusiastic alumnae and friends of Ying Wa placed orders for a new series of collectibles brought out by a crossover project of Ying Wa students and local artist and founder of Chocolate Rain, Ms Prudence Mak. The innovative fund-raising drive has raised more than $323,000 through the sale of the gift items featuring two most cherished traditions of school life, Thanksgiving Sponsored Walk and Famine Lunch.  

The fundraising concert on 22 April 2017 delighted a packed audience of 500-strong at the China Congregational Church in Leighton Road

The latest Ying Wa collectibles


The eighth Open Prayer Meetingwas held on 29 April 2017 (Saturday) in the school hallof the decanting site. The Alumnae Choir shared two hymns and bible-verses. Recent videos filmed by the Aerial Photography Team and reports by the Redevelopment Steering Committee and the School kept everyone up to date on the project progress.

The Prayer Subcommittee meets regularly to pray for the smoothness, safety and various kinds of needs of the redevelopment project. Visit the website to find out the latest prayer items and grateful for your keeping them in your daily prayers.