The Diocesan Choral Society (DCS) was founded by graduates of Diocesan Boys’ School and Diocesan Girls’ School to continue down the musical path they forged together in their secondary school days. Under the baton of Ronnie Kay Yen Cheng, former members of the DBS and DGS mixed choirs gather, united by the common goal of producing exceptional choral music.
On behalf of Lok Sin Tong Wong Chung Ming Secondary School, we participated in Odyssey of the Mind Hong Kong Regional Tournament 2019 organized by Chinese YMCA College. Three teams out of four of our school won the Champion, 1st Runner-Up and 2nd Runner-Up in long-term problem 5, 3 and 2 respectively. Both the Champion and 1st Runner-Up of our school would have the opportunity to represent Hong Kong to compete in the Odyssey of the Mind 2019 World Finals to be held at Michigan State University from 22-25 May 2019. However, here comes our biggest worry ─ without a penny, how can we achieve our goal across the ocean? You are very much appreciated, if you could spend a few minutes and know more about the stories of us 11 teenage girls. With your greatest support, it is hoped that we could take this journey to innovation and exploration and be a future maker.
This year, our challenge is to keep up the good work as the sole Hong Kong representative, and to find financial support that could send 50 young artists to Avignon and put up 4 good shows at this magnificent fest with us.
The Season Review is an annual, 32-page, full-colour magazine about the season in local football - covering the Hong Kong team, the local Premier League, local teams' runs in Asian competition, and more. It is published in English and Chinese, and 1,000 copies will be distributed for FREE at the FA Cup final in May. Now in its third year, it is produced by James Legge and Tobias Zuser of the Hong Kong Football Podcast. This magazine is entirely non-profit. It exists to support and chronicle football and football culture in a city where both are small and often neglected.
Ho Fai's 5-year Run Across The World (part 2) After Taiwan, Fai will attempt to run (self-supported with a stroller) from Hokkaido (North) to Okinawa (South) across Japan, total 3,500km and raise fund for The Green Earth. He would, then, bring the stories and share among schools, organizations, and corporates to raise the awareness, honesty, and responsibility of environmental protection because WE ARE ALL ONE Without nature, we cannot live
This year, we are calling upon your support again. MOS News and Yuen Long Residents have just made their debut, and we shall continue to give them the needed editorial and operational support, so that they could be better established. It is our hope that in one year's time, these two papers would be able to operate independently and sustainably. It is also our wish to support the publishing of two more district community papers, by providing training, reportage assistance and funds for publishing. We plan to organize a new series of training workshops for the aspiring community publishers.