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08Dec 2014

SPCAA Newsletter December 2014

Dear Fellow Alumni, 

Greeting! We would like to let you know the following:

1. Monthly Simon's Happy Hour (9 Dec)

DATE: 9 December 2014 (Tue)
TIME: 7:00 - 9:00pm 
VENUE: L16, Hong Kong Park

All alumni are welcome to join! For enquiries, please contact Andrew Chan (9791 2331) or Alan Chiu (9837 0692). We hope to see you at the gathering! 

2. Mentorship Christmas Drinks (17 Dec)

In this festive Christmas season, SPCAA Mentorship Organising Committee is organising a little cozy event for mentors and mentees to meet up as a finale of the 2014 Mentorship Programme. Please kindly see the details as below: 

DATE: 17 Dec 2014 (Wed) 
TIME: 7:30pm to 9:30pm 
VENUE: Harold Smythe Room, St. John's Cathedral (4-8 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong) 
CHARGE: Alumni HKD$180 
DESCRIPTION: Nice cozy heart warming Christmas Drinks event. Nibbles provide. 

Non mentors alumni are also welcomed! Please let us know your attendance in advance. For enquiry and registration, please contact Rondy Wong at

Come and have a round of drinks with your fellow mentors and mentees!

3. Lauch of SPCAA's first ever Music CD "Go Tell It On The Mountain"

St. Paul’s College Alumni Association has launched its first-ever music CD on 29th November 2014. The compilation includes winning songs of St. Paul’s College in the Schools Music Festival across the past 50 years, performed by the St. Paul’s College Alumni Choir, student choirs of St. Paul's College and its Primary School, as well as professional musician alumni such as conductor Mr Raymond Fu and organist Mr Peter Yue. 

A choir with 40 primary school students and alumni performed in the launching ceremony, singing Go Tell It On the Mountain and God be in My Head, and our beloved College Song in 4 parts , written by the late Revd Moses Wu.

The launch of this CD adds to the long music tradition of St. Paul's College and St. Paul's College Primary School. The collaboration between the Alumni Choir and the student choirs also shows the support from the alumni community towards development of the school and its students. For those who are interested to buy the CD, please contact Ms. Priscilla Fan by emailing to or please call 94919668. The price of the CD is HK$100 each.

4. Beijing Alumni Dinner

In November, Mr. Raymond Fu, or better known to us as “Fu sir” visited Beijing with his wife Shirley. Fu Sir has started to teach music at St. Paul’s College since 1982 and only retired from his position as music department head in August this year after teaching for 33 years. He himself was also an alumni graduating form 5 in 1971 and form 7 in 1973. 

A group of alumni, including Audie Wong (69), Sherman Leung (85) and his wife Janey, Colin Lau and Francis Chu (89), Leon Lam (91) and Alfred Shang (94), welcomed them at the Beijing HKJC Clubhouse for a very warm reunion and had a very enjoyable dinner.

The date and venue of the monthly Beijing alumni dinner in December will be confirmed soon. For enquiry and registration, please contact Sherman Leung at or Andy Law at

5. Watermelon Cup 2014 Results

Our annual football tournament, SPCAA Watermelon Cup 2014, was held on 23 Nov and 30 Nov. Results were as follows:

Prime Division Final: Team 1986 1-0 Team 1981 

Youth Division Final: Team 2002 3-1 Team 2006


The Organising Committee would like to thank the participating teams, the School, Chow Sir, Fu Gor, the voluntary referees, the helpers and everyone who attended the games.

6. Principal's Cup 2014 (17 Dec) 

For basketball lovers, here's the annual big event! It will be a friendly, exciting and fun match between alumni and teachers, on 17th December 2014 (Wednesday), during lunch time at St. Paul's College.

All alumni are most welcomed to join as player or spectator. For enquiries and enrollment, please contact Anthony Chiu at

7. Alumni Choir sang at St. Paul's Church for Advent 

On 30 November, more than 20 alumni choir members together with some students from St. Paul’s College were invited to St. Paul’s Church to sing and celebrate Advent. 

During the service, the Revd Canon Ian Lam Sau Fung shared an anecdote that closely linked to the history of St. Paul's College and St. Paul's Church. The early part of the Church structure was a chapel originally built for the St. Paul’s College students for worshiping during the weekdays, both morning and evening prayers. As most students went home for weekends, the clergies then successfully asked for the permission to use the church for people living around the area for worshipping on Sunday. In fact, one of the priests who was driving this to happen was none other than the headmaster of St. Paul’s College Revd. A. D. Stewart. Since then, many prominent clergies who served at St. Paul's Church were graduates of SPC. Hence, for SPC alumnus and students, coming back to St. Paul's Church is indeed a homecoming!

8. Souvenir - Sweaters for sale

Limited stock of sweaters (SPCAA souvenir) is available for sale at the price of HK$120 per item. Overseas order are also welcome. A PayPal account has recently been set up to facilitate the payment. For enquiry and order, please contact our part-time secretary Ms Priscilla Fan at 9491 9668 /


With regards

Francis Hon (1992) | Andy Law (1998)
Vice Chairman and Hon. Secretary | Deputy Hon. Secretary 
9467 7434 | 9500 8586

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