We are pleased to invite TCM Doctor Chun Hoi Cheung (中醫師張振海) to share with us on the topic《女性健康體質 -- 保健養生之道》on Nov 27 (Friday) from 4pm to 5pm.
Mr. Cheung is Assistant Professor of Practice, Clinical Division at Hong Kong Baptist University. He is a Hong Kong registered Chinese medicinal practitioner. He graduated from HKBU with Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science double-degree and a Master's degree in Chinese Medicine with a concentration in orthopaedics. The seminar is conducted in Chinese and relevant for all ages.
Please enroll on Nov 17 at 9am onwards.
Details of the seminar could be found in the link below.
DOGA Social Sub-committee
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?
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.