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Through the generous contributions of our guests and friends, almost HK$100,000 was raised for the Foundation. We would like to thank all of our supporters for their kindness and generosity, and are very glad that this was a fun and enjoyable event for all.
On Sunday, 9th Oct, 2016, Benny Ma (SJACS ’75) hosted a birthday party in a Chinese restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui East for schoolmates, friends and family. Benny had done lots of preparation beforehand, circulating a poster advertising the lunch event as a function to raise funds for the Foundation and the Josephian Association in support of student activities at St. Joseph’s Anglo-Chinese School. Most well-wishers were early...
On the evening of Saturday, 16th October, 2016, the Class of ’76, St. Joseph’s Anglo-Chinese School held their 40th Anniversary party in a hotel in Wan Chai. Thanks to the organizing committee chaired by Daniel Lee Ka Leung, it was a truly grand occasion with some 70 classmates attending, some of whom had been apart since they left school. Including teachers and guests, there were almost 100 guests in total. Needless to say, there was much catching up to be done....
The Foundation is proud to announce The Little Flower’s Catholic Primary School (天主教聖華學校) is now a beneficiary school. The school, located in Sha Tin, is the Foundation’s first beneficiary outside the Kwun Tong district. On 16 July, 2016, Trustees Roger LAM, NG Man-kin, and Daniel LI visited the school to discuss our cooperation. The Foundation will sponsor HK$15,000 yearly...
On 26th August, 2016, the City University of Hong Kong held a ceremony to honor educators for their long service to the university. Among those honored were stalwarts of the Rev. Brother Paul Sun Education Foundation and its ideals, namely: Trustee NG Man Kin, Esq. who lectured in Contract Law for 22 years, and Honorary Legal Advisor, Godwin NG, Esq. in Taxation for 16 years.
The Rev. Brother Paul Sun Education Foundation’s Annual Dinner 2016 was held on Tuesday, 26th July, at the Chinese Club, Central. It is a great pleasure to note that the number of guests, patrons and trustees who attended the event reached a record high this year, showing the increasing support and recognition of the Foundation’s work in the community. Our guest of honor for the evening was Professor Lap-Chee Tsui, the former Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Hong Kong.
The Foundation proudly sponsors seven primary schools to encourage students in academic excellence and whole-person development. Naturally, we are more than happy to attend the Speech Days of these schools to congratulate and show our support to the outstanding students who are awarded our scholarships. Click here to see the Facebook albums for photos from the various speech days
The Robotics Team of SJACS have won 1st runner up in the Hong Kong regional contest of MATE ROV, an international underwater robotics competition organized by the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center. Now they have the chance to compete in the international final, which will be held in the United States from 21 June to 28 June 2016. The school appealed to the Foundation for support to send the nine-person team to NASA Johnson Space Center’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab in Houston, Texas for the finals. We appealed to our donors, many of whom are Josephians themselves...
The Rev. Brother Paul Sun Education Foundation Speakers’ Forum is a series of charity fund-raising events featuring a substantial key-note guest speaker on each occasion. Speakers’ Forum 2015 took place on the evening of October 6, 2015. Once again, the Foundation held the forum at the Hong Kong Football Club. The speaker for the night was Prof. Tsui Lap Chee (徐立之教授) former Vice-chancellor of The University of Hong Kong.