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.
月事，是每位女生成長的重要階段，也是女生的一個獨特的標記。在香港成長的女孩，面對月事來臨，尚且有困惑和需要適應；更遑論在很多第三世界的地方，女生因月事帶來的，是更多我們未想過的問題。 很多第三世界的地方，如：印度和非洲，女性因缺乏知識及資源，月事時被迫曠課；有些女孩則要坐在泥坑，直至月事完結，以免將 “不潔”帶到家中。印度只有2%的女生可用衛生棉，衛生問題及婦女的健康情況令人憂慮。聯合國兒童基金會（UNICEF）調查發現，位於肯亞（Kenya）的基貝拉（Kibera），有高達65%的女性曾為了取得衛生棉，被迫與他人發生性關係。這些情況，此時此刻正在發生，並非活在香港的我們能夠想像。 《 「欣」我是女生！》是香港基督女少年軍關注女性成長需要而舉辦的一項年度活動。透過製作月事布，讓更多女生明白落後地區女性的生活情況及需要，並願意貢獻自己的力量，關心有需要的社群；同時藉此教育過程，讓女生探索女性的角色和獨特性，以身為女生為樂。
2018年，我們為了證明自己，第一次參加了Odyssey of the Mind（OM）。 2019年，3個月的不懈努力，最終令我們踏上了舞台，拿起獎杯，獲得了代表香港出賽美國的資格。 這個獎杯，無疑給了我們一個面對世界賽的信心，但前往世界賽，出賽美國的龐大金額，無助感由心而生。所以我們希望向各方面尋求贊助，令我們能踏上地球的另一面，走出香港，參戰比賽。 我們亦希望著與世界各地的學生交流心得，觀摩世界不同隊伍的創意解難，擴闊視野，增廣見聞，增進我們的解難能力。 我們將會承載著您們的支持，帶出新的方向，向著美國，向世界賽的舞台進發。
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.
DENTICE, being a portmanteau combining "Dental" and "Service", is established in 2014 by dental students in University of Hong Kong, who are dedicated to serving underprivileged communities by promoting oral health. In the past few years, our scope of service had extended to Hong Kong, mainland China, Cambodia and Sri Lanka communities. This year, collaborating with Cheerful Life Foundation, a Thai NGO providing supports to lower-profile individuals, DENTICE will organize an outreach service trip to Bangkok in the coming summer, providing necessary preventive dental treatments and oral health information to the lower-class children and villagers there through the efforts of dentists and dental students in our team. We hope this project will not only promote oral health awareness amongst our participants, but will also inspire fellow dental students to take the initiative to serve the underprivileged.
Hi I’m Michaela Mok, a fresh graduate from Good Hope School. I was first associated with SKSFF two years ago when I had to propose and carry out an internal activity at school to prove my worth in order to join my school’s student council. I ended up calling it “Pause for Paws” (great title I know), an awareness campaign for local stray dogs. Narelle was nice enough to arrange to bring pups and a few dogs to school and this made the event interactive and really got the message across students. After successfully earning my spot on the student council, I went back a couple times to see my furry friends. My mom, Linda Jackson, now an active volunteer at SKSFF got me involved in a few of their activities, including face-painting, fundraising, shaking buckets etc. Last year, the school suggested I enter a local competition called “Community Leaders of Tomorrow” where funds were given to me and my partner to carry out an activity for a charity of our choice. Without hestitation, we went straight back to Narelle and SKSFF to organise Pause for Paws version 2.0, where we went to shake buckets and raise awareness outside the Rugby Sevens. This event brought both students and teachers together as well as the community and even got the attention of the Education Bureau who later invited us to give a lecture about our experience to professors and students alike at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Though we did not win CLT, we were rewarded with the Most Popular Project Award. Upon finishing my public exams and graduating, I received a call about Pause for Paws creating buzz within the Education Bureau and that they would like my partner and I to appear on a television programme about student-led projects in collaboration with RTHK. Needless to say, SKSFF has opened a series of doors in my life, leading me to different opportunities and for that I am forever grateful. Among all the events, it puts a smile on my face to see our community willingly come together to pitch in to help our furry friends. Each dollar spent on the dogs is put to good use with medical care, food and maintenance, all ensuring a better life for the dogs, as said in SKSFF’s motto. During my few visits to the kennel, I have grown to love each of the 106 dogs there, understanding their back stories and personalities. I hope tonight’s event with help of the fringebacker can provide enough assistance to the shelter to keep making a difference, one canine at a time.