Aiming at helping students understand learning multiplication can be fun and interesting, our Mathematics Department has organised a “Multiplication Tic-Tac-Toe” inter-class competitionfor all Primary 2 students. Participants had to defect three
challenges, ‘Multiply and Match’, ‘Card Search’ and ‘Grand Prix Multiplication’. Everyone was excited and devoted
throughout the competition, striving for the best results for their classes.
We are joining a ‘Food For Good @ Campus’ programme which aims to raise students’ awareness and knowledge of the issue of food waste and its positive solutions. Our students get involved in various educational activities such as a talk about ‘Food waste problem’, a workshop on ‘how to use food waste machines’, a gardening class about ‘organic farming and compost’ and a visit to ‘Food For Good Yau Tong Community Kitchen’.
In our Yu Garden, we have already installed a food waste machine to produce organic compost for organic farming. By recycling the leftovers and using them in our garden, we are taking small steps towards a more eco-friendly life.
In the morning of 19th October, Alfred Hui, a qualified dentist cum artiste, was welcomed by us with cheers and applause in our campus.
Able to both serve his patients as a dentist and showcase his passion for singing, Alfred frankly spoke about luck in his career success. While he was studying dentistry at the university, he rose to fame after he had won a TV singing contest.
About an unforgettable experience, Alfred recalled putting on a concert with other vocalists in the Hong Kong Coliseum. As the final year exam of the university was held on the next day of the show, he was busy preparing for it at the backstage after his performance. With his hard work, he passed the exam with flying colours.
Alfred could manage the heavy workload of being both a dentist and a singer. He believed devotion and perseverance to realizing his dreams was the key to success.
Let’s be proactive and work towards our dreams!