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St Stephen's College
聖士提反書院
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Fortitudinis Fundamentum Fides
Faith is the Foundation of Courage
Address
22 Tung Tau Wan Road,
Stanley, Hong Kong[1]

Information
Type DSS secondary school
Religious affiliation(s) Christian
Founded 1903
Founder Sir Kai Ho Kai,
Dr. Ts'o Seen Wan,
Joseph Charles Hoare,
Rt. Rev. William Banister[2]
President Prof. Frederick Leung[3]
Principal Ms. Carol Yang[4]
Staff 138, including
80 teaching staff,
6 laboratory and computer technicians,
23 administrative staff,
23 janitorial staff,
4 ancillary staff and
2 full time music instructor[5]
Grades Form 1 - Form 6
Number of students 906 students in 33 classes, 254 borders
(Academic year 2013-2014)[6]
Language English
Area About 150,000m²
(15 hectares)
Affiliation Sheng Kung Hui
Website

St Stephen's College (Chinese: 聖士提反書院) is a Christian Direct Subsidy Scheme coeducational secondary school located in Stanley, Hong Kong. With an area of about 150,000 m² (15 hectares), the College is the largest secondary school in Hong Kong, and is one of the very few boarding schools in the territory, many buildings in the campus are listed in the list of historic Buildings and Declared Monuments by the Antiquities Advisory Board. When the College is founded in 1903, there were only five boarders and one day student; in academic year 2011-2012, there were 1200 students. The principal is Ms. Carol C. Yang. St Stephen's College uses English as a medium of instruction, except Chinese, Chinese History, Chinese Language and Culture, Putonghua, Visual Arts and Physical Education. St Stephen's College is the first school in the territory having its own Heritage Trail in the school campus.

East Wing Building, built in 1929

History[edit]

The establishment of the College dates back to 1902. A group of prominent Chinese businessmen approached the Church Missionary Society to administer a school for their sons. The inspiration came from Dr. pibi nay nay yan. The aim was to maintain the standard of teaching and level of equipment which is comparable to the best Public Schools in England. In 1903, St Stephen's College was officially established on Bonham Road in Western District. In the 1920s, the government granted the school 25 acres (101,000 m²) on the Stanley Peninsula in recognition of outstanding contributions to education. The foundation stone was laid in April 1928 by the Governor of Hong Kong, Sir Cecil Clementi, and in May 1929, the college was fully functional in its new buildings, many of which are still in use today.

During the battle of Hong Kong in the Second World War heavy fighting took place around the College, which was amongst the last British strongholds to surrender to the Imperial Japanese Army. Shortly after surrendering the Imperial Japanese Army broke into the College (which served as a military hospital during the battle) and murdered wounded soldiers of the Allied forces. (see St. Stephen's College incident) The Japanese later merged the College with part of Stanley Prison to form the Stanley Internment Camp.

The College reopened after the war and a chapel was built in 1950 to remember those who died during the Japanese occupation.

Direct Subsidy Scheme School status[edit]

Originally a private school, St Stephen's College became a government-funded public school during the late 1900s.

The College has announced its intention to become a Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) School, an historic change to the College as it will free the school from the centralised funding system that currently administers secondary education in Hong Kong. If the plan is widely accepted by students, parents and alumni, this new plan will be implemented during the 2008-2009 academic year. Pupils enrolled in the 2002 Primary 1 class at St Stephen's College Preparatory School, also based in Stanley, will be the first group to enter the DSS system. In order to upgrade the school administrative level, this is the first secondary school in Hong Kong to employ a Registered Professional Housing Manager on its staff to manage and handle all property and facilities-related issues for and on behalf of the school.

College Council[edit]

[5]

School Principal[edit]

  • 1903 - 1914 : The Ven E. J. Barnett[7]
  • 1914 - 1915 : The Revd. A. D. Stewart[8]
  • 1915 - 1928 : The Revd. W. H. Hewitt[9]
  • 1928 - 1953 : Canon E. W. L. Martin[10]
  • 1953 - 1955 : The Revd. F. R. Myhill[11]
  • 1955 - 1956 : Rev. R. W. Bowie (Acting)
  • 1956 - 1958 : Mr. C. T. Priestley[12]
  • 1958 - 1965:Mr. J. R. F. Melluish[13]
  • 1965 - 1973:The Revd. R. B. Handforth[14]
  • 1973 - 1974:Ven. W. N. Cheung (Acting)
  • 1974 - 1999 : Mr. Luke J. P. Yip (葉敬平先生)[15]
  • 1999 - 2004 : Mr. D. R. Too (朱業桐先生)[16]
  • 2005 - 2011 : Dr. Louise Y. S. Law (羅懿舒博士)[17]
  • 2011 - Now : Ms. Carol C. Yang (楊清女士)[4]

Students' Association[edit]

The Students' Association elections were held in early October and serves the College from October to September in the next year.

  • 2001 - 2002 : (Chairperson: Kam Ho Yeung)
  • 2002 - 2003 : (Chairperson: Lam Wing Yin)
  • 2004 - 2005 : ?
  • 2004 - 2005 : (Chairperson: Yip Kwok Sun)
  • 2005 - 2006 : (Chairperson: Yeung Yam Min)[18]
  • 2006 - 2007 : Perfect Solution (Chairperson: 6B Tsui Chun Lam) (Defeated Cabinet: The Beacon)[18]
  • 2007 - 2008 : (Chairperson: 4H Chan Ying Tung)[19]
  • 2008 - 2009 : Eternal Flame (Chairperson: 6M Yeung Jason) (Unopposed)[20]
  • 2009 - 2010 : Stand by U (Chairperson: 6B Cheung Hei Lam) (Defeated Cabinet: Flame)[21]
  • 2010 - 2011 : Alpha (Chairperson: 6B Lo Pak Lin) (Defeated Cabinets: Pioneer, Step)[22]
  • 2011 - 2012 : SOAR (Chairperson: 4H Leung Chun Ho) (Defeated Cabinet: Voice)[23]
  • 2012 - 2013 : ECHO (Chairperson: 4Y Cho Pui Shan) (Defeated Cabinet: Nexus)[24][25]
  • 2013 - 2014 : VOCA (Chairperson: 4C Lau Pak Hei Cyrus) (Defeated Cabinet: Ignite)[26]

Facilities[edit]

The campus of St Stephen's College is very spacious across an area of 150,000 sq. ft. with many different buildings and facilities. The main buildings include:[2][27]

  1. School House
    • The building includes the East Wing (Code: EW) and West Wing (Code: WW), both built in 1929 and are the earliest buildings on the campus.
      • On the East Wing, 2 classrooms, the Careers Office and 1 Music Room are located on the ground floor; first floor is boys' dormitory; second floor, or "Mok Tower", is staff quarters.
      • The Ninetieth Anniversary Dr. Wilson Wang Tse-sam Library (Code: LB) and the Chung Po Yang Technology-aided Learning Centre is located between the Wings.
        • The Library is located in where the school hall was. It was established in the 1990s and moved into the existing venue in 1994. The library is two-storeyed, made up of around 8000 sq. ft., and composed of more than 60,000 collections. The library is equipped with 15 computers for students on its ground floor.
        • The Technology-aided Learning Centre is located inside the Library on the first floor. It is established since the late 1990s with 14 computers. However, computers were moved away since September 2013. Partitioned tables for self-study was installed.
      • On the West Wing, Staff Room 2, Staff Room 3, Chinese Book Corner, Non-teaching Staff Room, Printing Room, Staff Room 4 and 1 classroom is located on the ground floor; first floor is girls' dormitory; second floor is staff quarters.
    • The School House is listed as Declared Monuments since 17 December 2011.
  2. Martin Hostel (formerly: Hostel) (Code: M)
    • The three-storey building was built in 1929. Staff quarters, Day Student's Dining Hall and Laundry Room are located on the ground floor; boys' dormitory is located on the first floor; staff quarters are located on the second floor.
    • Martin Hostel is listed on the Grade II Historic Buildings since 16 April 2010.
  3. Bungalows 1–5
    • The bungalows are built in 1931. Bungalow 1 is vacant, while Bungalows 2 and 5 are homes to the Principal and College Chaplain respectively. Bungalow 3 is the Heritage Gallery and was opened in 3 December 2011; Bungalow 4 will be used as Heritage Learning Annex.
    • Bungalows 1-5 are all listed on the Grade II Historic Buildings since 16 April 2010.
  4. Block Eight / Old Laboratory (formerly: Science Building)[2]
    • It was built in 1931, and is now staff quarters.
    • The Old Laboratory is listed on the Grade II Historic Buildings since 16 April 2010.
  5. Chapel and Chapel Annex
  6. North House
    • The two-storey building was built in 1952, and renovated in 2005. Girls' dormitory is located on the ground floor and first floor; staff quarters are located on the ground floor. A Basketball Court is located outside the North House, as well as 3 Tennis Courts and some Barbecue Pits.
  7. Classroom Block (Code: CR)
    • The three-storey building was built in 1964. The Design and Technology Workshop is located on the ground floor together with 23 classrooms are located in the building. Rumour states that it was built front-side-back due to communication problems.[28]
    • Classroom Block is listed on the Grade III Historic Buildings since 22 January 2010.
  8. Ng Wah Hall (Code: NH)
    • The Hall was built in 1970. The hall is located on the first floor; Piano Rooms 5-7, Music Society Room, PE Store Room and Gymnastics Room are located on the ground floor.
    • Ng Wah Hall is listed on the Grade III Historic Buildings since 22 January 2010.
  9. Piano Rooms 1-4, Cello Room and Percussion Room
    • Located beside Ng Wah Hall, the rooms were renovated in 2010.
  10. Tang Shiu Kin Sports Field (Code: F)
    • Tang Chiu Kin Sports Field, commonly known as Big Field, was built in 1920 by flattening a swamp to stop the spread of malaria, was resurfaced in 1975 and 2010. A 6 Lane 350 m Running Track, 1 Standard Football Field (which can be sub-divided into 2 small football fields), 1 Archery Range and 1 Shot Put Field is located in the Tang Shiu Kin Sports Field.
  11. Special Room Block (Code: SR)
    • The three-storey building, which is composed of Ho Tim Building, Li Ka Shing Building, Pao Siu Long Building and Tang Shiu Kin Hall (Code: TH/T) was built in 1980. Each floor of each building was connected together.
      • Ho Tim Building consists of 2 triangular-shaped three-storey buildings. 1 Audio-visual Theatre (AV Theatre), 2 Physics Laboratories and Computer Room 2 are located on the ground floor; 1 Multi-media Learning Centre (MMLC) and 1 Server Room and 2 Biology Laboratories are located on the first floor; 2 Chemistry Laboratories are located on the second floor.
      • Li Ka Shing Building is three storeys tall. 2 Integrated Science Laboratories are located on the ground floor; 1 Geography Room and Computer Room 1 are located on the first floor; the roof top on the second floor is an open area.
      • Pao Siu Long Building is a two storey building. 1 Visual Arts Room and 1 Ceramics Room are located on the ground floor; 2 Home Economics Rooms are located on the first floor; the roof top on the second floor is an open area.
      • Tang Shiu Kin Hall was built in 1980; air conditioning was added in 2002. Entrances are located on the ground floor whereas a Control Room is on the first floor. 1 Basketball Court / Volleyball Court (or can be sub-divided into 3 Badminton Courts) is located inside the Hall. This is the gymnasium and hall for assembly of the College.
      • A Bell Tower is located in the opening area outside the Block. 1 half-sized Basketball Court is located beside the Hall.
    • Designer Dr. Tao Ho was awarded Merit in the Annual Award of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects in 1982.
  12. The Wilson Wang Water Sports Centre (Code: WS)
    • The Water Sports Centre was built in the 1980s, with an Outdoor Swimming Pool of 6 lanes (50 m x 14 m), a spectators stand capable of holding 1000 spectators, a Boys' Changing Room, a Girls' Changing Room, a Control Room, and a Pumping Room. Changing Rooms are modernized, as well as adding cover to sections without roof on the spectators stand, in 2011.
  13. Luke Yip Building (formerly: Administration Building)
    • The two-storey building was built in 1984. The building changed its name to the existing one in remembrance to the efforts made by the first Chinese principal of the College in 1999. Staff Room 1 is located on the ground floor; the General Office, Principal's Office, 3 Deputy Principal's Offices, Office of the Secretary to the Principal and a Medical Room is located on the first floor.
  14. Leung Kau Kui Student Centre (Code: SC)
    • The four-storey Student Centre was built in 1988. The exercise books storing room is located on the ground floor; Prefect Room, Student Association (SA) Room and the Campus Channel TV Room are located on the first floor; the Alumni Association Room, Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Room, the Social Worker's Room, Chinese Society Room and Photography Club Room are located on the second floor; 3 classrooms are located on the third floor.
  15. Alex Y. D. Au Building
    • The Tuck Shop is located on the ground floor of the two-storey building; whereas the Staff Dining Hall and the Boarder's Dining Hall are located on the first floor.
  16. Centenary Building (Code: CB)
    • Centenary Building was built in 2006, celebrating the College's centennial anniversary; and one more storey was added between 2009 and 2010. The now four-storey building has 1 Student Activity Centre, 2 classrooms, 1 Computer Assisted Learning Room (CAL Room), 1 Computer Assisted Learning Preparation Room (CAL Preparation Room) and 1 Language Room located on the ground floor; 1 Conference Room, 1 Multi-purpose Room and 5 classrooms are located on the first floor; 8 classrooms are located on the second floor; a covered playground is located in the lower ground floor; Solar Panels are located on the green roof, generating electricity for some lighting in the building.
    • A Centenary Garden is located beside the Building, with some fountains and a memorial tower in the shape of the school logo.
  17. College House (Code: CH)
    • The three-storey building was constructed between 2010 and 2011, was opened since November 2011. The four-storey building is mainly used as students' dormitory, where one side is for boys and another for girls; staff quarters and lift lobbies are located in the connecting part.

Every room in the college has a code for the convenience of students.

Recreational facilities[edit]

  • 1 Standard Football Pitch/2 Small-sized Football Field
  • 3.5 Basketball Courts
  • 1 Tennis/Volleyball Court
  • 3 Tennis Courts
  • 1 Outdoor Swimming Pool with 6 lanes 50 m (shared with the Preparatory School)
  • 1 Indoor Sports Hall (including 1 Indoor Basketball Court/1 Volleyball Court/3 Badminton Courts)
  • 6 lanes 350 m Running Track
  • 1 Archery Range
  • 1 Shot Put Field
  • 1 Gymnasium
  • 1 Cross-Country Track

Heritage Trail[edit]

  • The College set up a heritage trail in 2008, which is the first one in a school campus among all schools in the territory.
  • The College set up a Android App for the Heritage Trail in late 2011.

Houses[edit]

St Stephen's College has divided its students into six houses with six different colours. Some names of the houses came from the names of the first few principals of the College:

  • Barnett House (Orange) - The Ven. E. J. Barnett;
  • Stewart House (Purple) - The Revd. A. D. Stewart;
  • Hewitt House (Red) - The Revd. W. H. Hewitt;
  • Martin House (Blue/White[29]) - Canon E. W. L. Martin;
  • Priestley House (Green) - Mr. C. T. Priestley;
  • College House (Yellow)

Curriculum[edit]

As a local school in Hong Kong, the College has been providing three years of junior secondary, two years of senior secondary and two years of matriculation education under the English 3223 education system.

As educational system reform was launched by the government, the College has started providing three years of senior secondary education from form 4 from the 2009-2010 academic year under the New Senior Secondary 334 Scheme. Meanwhile, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) will also commence in the academic year of 2014-2015. The IBDP is a two-year curriculum and is monitored under the International Baccalaureate Organization rather than the Education Bureau of Hong Kong. Since IBDP is two years long, the College will provide a one-year IBDP bridging course to help student adapt to the essay and discussion emphasized IBDP education mode.

This is the class structure of the College in the academic year of 2013-2014:

Junior Secondary[edit]

Chinese Language and English Language lessons of form 1, and non-elite classes of form 2 and form 3 are subdivided into three groups every two classes; all Computer Literacy and Computer and Information Technology lessons are subdivided into two groups every class, in order to adopt small class teaching. Design and Technology and Food and Home Management curricula are only for one term, each class is divided into two groups and they will swap the subjects in the second term. Putonghua lessons in form 1 to form 3 may be allocated with individual lesson time depending on teacher resources. If individual lessons are allocated, lesson time are allocated from Chinese Language lessons. If there is no need, Putonghua subject contents will be taught during Chinese Language lessons.

Due to the implementation of Direct Subsidy Scheme, junior secondary students are divided into 6 classes in each form. Top one third students are allocated into elite classes (bold and underline).

  • Form 1: 1C1D、1H、1J、1L、1Y
  • Form 2: 2C、2D、2H2J、2L、2Y
  • Form 3: 3C、3D、3H、3J、3L3Y

The six letters represent six qualities of teenagers, namely Courage, Diligence, Honesty, Justice, Loyalty and Youthfulness.

Form 1 and Form 2
Examination Subjects
Chinese Language
English Language
Mathematics
Integrated Science
Integrated Humanities
Chinese History
Literature in English
Non-Examination Subjects
Putonghua
Religious Studies (Christianity)
Computer Literacy
Design and Technology Food and Home Management
Visual Arts
Music
Physical Education
Form 3
Examination Subjects
Chinese Language
English Language
Mathematics
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Geography
Chinese History
Literature in English
Computer and Information Technology
Non-Examination Subjects
Liberal Studies
Putonghua
Religious Studies (Christianity)
Visual Arts
Music
Physical Education

334 Scheme Senior Secondary Curriculum[edit]

Senior secondary students are divided into five classes and remain unchanged throughout their three years senior secondary school life. Originally they are allocated according to their subject choices. However, the disparity of the language and mathematics standards of students are large. Moreover, the number of students taking some subject combinations are small, creating a waste of resources. As a result, student are allocated according to their academic results in form 3 together with considerations to their subject choices with effect from the academic year 2012-2013. Classes with more students are subdivided into two groups form language subjects. As for Mathematics and Liberal Studies, student are divided into either two groups per class, three groups every two classes or five groups every three classes. The representation of the five class letter are the same as those in junior secondary.

Form 4 4C 4H 4J 4L 4Y
Core Subjects Chinese Language
English Language
Mathematics (Compulsory Part)
(May take Module 2 in the Extended Part)
Mathematics (Compulsory Part)
(May take either Module 1 or Module 2 in the Extended Part)
Liberal Studies (in Chinese or English)
Elective 1 Chemistry / Physics / Economics Chemistry Physics
Elective 2 Economics / Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS) /
Geography / Biology / Chemistry
Physics Chemistry
Elective 3 Biology / Economics / Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS) / Geography /
History / Information and Communication Technology (ICT) / Visual Arts
Non-Examination Subjects Music
Physical Education
Form 5 5C 5H 5J 5L 5Y
Core Subjects Chinese Language
English Language
Mathematics (Compulsory Part)
(May take Module 2 in the Extended Part)
Mathematics (Compulsory Part)
(May take either Module 1 or Module 2 in the Extended Part)
Liberal Studies (in Chinese or English)
Elective 1 Chemistry / Physics / Economics Chemistry Physics
Elective 2 Economics / Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS) /
Geography / Biology / Chemistry
Physics Chemistry
Elective 3 Biology /
Economics / Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS) / Geography /
History / Information and Communication Technology (ICT) / Visual Arts
Non-Examination Subjects Physical Education
Form 6 6C 6H 6J 6L 6Y
Core Subjects Chinese Language
English Language
Mathematics (Compulsory Part)
(May take Module 1 or Module 2 in the Extended Part)
Mathematics (Compulsory Part)
Liberal Studies
(in English)
Liberal Studies
(in Chinese or English)
Liberal Studies
(in Chinese)
Elective 1 Biology Chemistry Physics Economics / Geography /
Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS)
Elective 2 Chemistry /
Combined Science (Chemistry and Physics)
Biology /
Combined Science (Biology and Physics)
Chemistry / Biology /
Combined Science (Biology and Chemistry)
Economics / Chinese History / History
Elective 3 Economics / Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS) / Integrated Science /
Geography / Chinese History / Information and Communication Technology (ICT) / Visual Arts
Non-Examination Subjects Music
Physical Education

Publications[edit]

Many different publications are made by the College, including:

  • Official School Magazine
    • Chimes (鐘聲) (Biennially published since 1904)
  • Students' Association (SA)
    • Choi Tsz/Choi Choi[30] (采茞) (Annually published)
    • Stephen's News (提聞) (Quarterly published by SA 2010-2011 (Alpha) in 2010-2011)
    • Paper Two Pieces (紙兩張) (Quarterly published by SA 2011-2012 (SOAR) in 2011-2012)
    • Echo (回聲) (Semi-annually published by SA 2012-2013 (ECHO) in 2012-2013)
  • Chinese Society
    • 思藻 (Quarterly published since 2010)
  • English Society
    • St Stephen's College Times (Semi-annually published since 2008)
  • Mathematics Society
    • Mathematics Challengers Paper (2012)
  • Music Society
    • MUSO Monthly (2012)

Preparatory School[edit]

St. Stephen's College Preparatory School (Chinese: 聖士提反書院附屬小學) is the preparatory primary school of St Stephen's College. St. Stephen's College Preparatory School was founded in 1938 with only one building for classrooms, boarding house and dining hall. During the Second World War, the Preparatory school was used for guard quarter by the Japanese. The Preparatory School re-opened in 1947, with a new building. Another building of dormitory was built in 1950s. The Preparatory School has started to give boarding places for girls in 1960s. The Preparatory School has 18 classes of 600 students.

Filming of TV shows and movies[edit]

St Stephen's College was used for filming advertisements, TV shows, movies and MVs.

TV shows[edit]

Movies[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

Politics[edit]

Business[edit]

Professionals[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Sports[edit]

  • Kin-yee Wan - track and field sprint athlete who competes internationally for Hong Kong, 6 record breaker of Hong Kong; wife of another alumnus Kwok-wai Pak
  • Kwok-wai Pak - track and field athlete of Hong Kong, husband of another alumnus Kin-yee Wan
  • Chiang Wai Hung - Hong Kong's record holder for men's 100m, assistant coach of Hong Kong men's relay team (ranking 1st in Asia; global 10th)to the 2012 London Olympics
  • Royden Lam - Hong Kong's renowned professional dart player, winner of various international dart cups

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Contact Us, St Stephen's College Website
  2. ^ a b c History, St Stephen's College Website
  3. ^ College Council, St Stephen's College Website
  4. ^ a b Staff, St Stephen's College Website
  5. ^ a b Programme of St Stephen's College & Prep. School Speech Day & Prize-Giving
  6. ^ Class structure, St Stephen's College Website
  7. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  8. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  9. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  10. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  11. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  12. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  13. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  14. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  15. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  16. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  17. ^ St Stephen's College Website
  18. ^ a b St Stephen's College Parent-Teacher Association Newsletter, Issue 24, Nov 2006, Page 7.
  19. ^ St Stephen's College Parent-Teacher Association Newsletter, Issue 27, Nov 2007, Page 7.
  20. ^ St Stephen's College Parent-Teacher Association Newsletter, Issue 30, Nov 2008, Page 6.
  21. ^ St Stephen's College Parent-Teacher Association Newsletter, Issue 33, Nov 2009, Page 6.
  22. ^ St Stephen's College Parent-Teacher Association Newsletter, Issue 36, Nov 2010, Page 8.
  23. ^ St Stephen's College Parent-Teacher Association Newsletter, Issue 39, Nov 2011, Page 8.
  24. ^ St Stephen's College Parent-Teacher Association Newsletter, Issue 42, Nov 2012, Page 9.
  25. ^ Results of the Students' Association Eletion 2012
  26. ^ Results of the Students' Association Eletion 2013
  27. ^ Campus Map, St Stephen's College Website
  28. ^ [1] (Only available in Chinese)
  29. ^ Martin House had used blue as the house's colour. However, the House switched to white in 1980s due to colouring problems of PE uniforms. Martin House has switched back to use blue as their house's colour since 2013.
  30. ^ Choi Tsz/Choi Choi (采茞) is the publication of Students' Association. "Tsz/Choi" (茞) is a beautiful fragrant plant, and "Choi" (采) means "Choi" (採), meaning picking. "Choi Tsz/Choi Choi" (采茞) actually means the publication picked all the beautiful memories of the College. The name of the publication is normally regarded as "Choi Tsz" (采茞 (coi2 zi2)), but the correct way in pronouncing this phrase is "Choi Choi" (采茞(coi2 coi2)). The prounciation of the character "Tsz/Choi" (茞).

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 22°12′56.72″N 114°12′55.60″E / 22.2157556°N 114.2154444°E / 22.2157556; 114.2154444