As part of our 160th anniversary celebration, the School is preparing the publication of a book on DGS history. DOGA is helping to put together a chapter on memories of past DGS teacher and staff. We are now inviting all alumnae to share stories about your most memorable teachers and staff. These anecdotes will bring together a collective memory of those important individuals from different decades who were synonymous with our good old days as DGS girls. Your account will be in an anonymous form in the DGS history publication, so please feel free to share any interesting stories with us.
We would like to know:
• Your 1-2 most memorable teachers. How and why were they memorable to you?
• Your 1-2 most memorable non-teacher staff. How and why were they memorable to you?
With the popular demand of the previous Kee Wah Summer Baking Workshops, the Social Sub-committee is excited to launch the Purple Yam Rose Tart and Milk Tart Baking Workshop on all-time favorite traditional Hong Kong snacks with new ingredients and a touch of creativity.
Baking is a form of food art. Come and enjoy a fun session of creativity and bring home beautiful and delicious creation for your loved ones.
Please join us on 4th July 2020 (Saturday) at Kee Wah Studio Workshop .
Details of the event can be found here:
‧ Registration opens: 9am on 9th June 2020 (Wednesday)
‧ Registration link: http://tiny.cc/0y3gpz
‧ First come first served, workshop is for DOGA members only
See you there!
DOGA Social Sub-committee
Please take note that an Annual General Meeting of Diocesan Old Girls' Association Limited will be held at The Garden Rooms, 2/F, The Royal Garden, 69 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, on Saturday, 27th June 2020 at 9:30 a.m.
The links below can take you to all the documents that you need to know. If you are planning to join, please return the reply slip (in the notice) as suggested. Looking forward to meeting you.
2019 Audited Financial Statement
Proxy Notice and Form
In spite of COVID-19 disruptions, DOGA continues to provide guidance, assistance and full support to S6 girls as they transition into university life. DOGA Membership Sub-committee will be hosting two online university group gathering sessions for S6 girls in the afternoon of 13th and 20th June. These sessions will introduce S6 girls to major universities in Hong Kong, including The University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and City University of Hong Kong. These sessions will be hosted by current students, staff members or alumnae from the universities.
DOGA would like to express our deepest condolences on the passing of Ms MayLing Seen (Cheng), who taught Chinese at DGJS from 1950s to 1960s. As a devout Christian, Ms Seen is fondly remembered for not only imparting her knowledge of Chinese literature and history to her students, but also for her teaching of ethics.
A memorial service will be held at 10 am on 16th December 2019 (Monday), at the Perth Chinese Christian Church at 146 Flamborough Street, Doubleview, Perth, Australia. Please contact DOGA if you are interested in making a donation in her memory to her church in lieu of flowers.
|June 27||DOGA AGM|
|July 4||Dr Symons Scholarship Selection
Kee Wah Summer Baking Workshop
|September||Social Sub-committee Event|
|October||DOGA Netball League|
|November||Art Club Event|
|December||Art Club Event
End of Term Netball Match (DOGA vs DGS)