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Enjoyed Your School Year?

刊登日期: 2013.06.30
作者: Doris Ng  


 How time flies! The school year is coming to an end. Have you had an interesting and enjoyable year? 

Have you made new friends? Have you met someone with whom you wish to keep as friends for a long, long time? 

Have you learnt new skills? You may have developed an interest to cherish for the rest of your life. 

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I will miss you, my friends

刊登日期: 2013.06.23
作者: Michelle Chan  


 Friends are important and it is true. 

Once, you two were imagining being teachers. You were designing the seating plan of your class. The first row was Jane and the one next to her was Janice. Then you argued that the names were not special enough. And therefore, you tried to change the names and rearrange the seats of every student. 

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Will you forget me?

刊登日期: 2013.06.16
作者: Michelle Chan  


 Will you remember the days when we had lunch together ? 

Ther e were r ice, pork, sausage a nd cauliflower, 

My lun chbox was great and yours was wonderful, 

Yet nothing but fried noodles was the most likable. 

Will you remem ber th e rec es s, t wice a time a day? 

Snacking, hopping, full of fun and plays. 

When me and you were chasing each other in playground 

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Quiet please! I am studying!

刊登日期: 2013.06.02
作者: Deborah Ng  


 It is good that our public libraries provide us with study areas, especially during examination periods. 

Last Saturday, I was studying at a corner in my nearest public library. It was quiet and, around me, students were delving into their books. 

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What Counts Most

刊登日期: 2013.05.12
作者: Doris Ng  


 On Mother’s Day, how will you show your love to your mother and thank her for everything she has done? 

Like many people, you may be tempted by city commercials to take your mum to a restaurant or buy her presents. But expensive things aren’t necessarily her ideal gifts. 

Perhaps you’ll prepare something personal: design a beautiful Mother’s Day card; make an exquisite handicraft; or cook something to surprise her. 

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Seeing and Believing

刊登日期: 2013.04.14
作者: Doris Ng  

We know something exists when we see it with our eyes. By observing and learning about the wonderful things around us, we believe that they are real. 

However, the human eye has its limitations. We need a mirror to see behind us, a pair of binoculars to see distant objects and a magnifying glass to see very small things. Many people have to wear spectacles to regain normal vision 

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“ Oh, how I wish a Church of the poor and for the poor ! ” --- Our Pope Francis

刊登日期: 2013.03.24
作者: T & C  

This month the news of the new Pope drew the global attention through media. You may have known that the Inauguration Mass (就職彌撒) of Pope Francis was celebrated in St. Peter’s Square, Vatican on March 19, 2013. A crowd of nearly 200,000 people attended. 

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Red & Purple

刊登日期: 2013.03.03
作者: Doris Ng  

Have you been to the Lunar New Year Fair? Were you dazzled by the colours of the spring blossoms? 

Chinese people like bright colours for adornment. Red is the traditional colour of Chinese New Year, so there are many ornaments in red: New Year couplets, lanterns and lai sees. Among New Year flowers, scarlet gladioluses compete with crimson peonies. Even our Sunday missals have a red cover and our altars are decorated with pink peach blossoms. 

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Warmest Gifts

刊登日期: 2013.01.20
作者: Deborah Ng  

Jane is a Secondary 2 student. Here she tells us her Christmas experience:

In early December, my classmates were chatting about Christmas gifts for our parents. Some suggested knitting woollen scarves, which would be something unique. As we chatted, I thought of those old people living on meagre means, with no children of their own.

Then, I had an idea – some woollen scarves for these old folks! All my classmates agreed.

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Let’s go to the Grotto of the Nativity

刊登日期: 2012.12.16
作者: Doris Ng  

Have you ever thought of spending Christmas at Jesus’ birthplace? 

Let me take you to a very old church in the town of Bethlehem, the Church of the Nativity. 

Its entrance is small and narrow, so we must bend down to go in. 

Tall pillars stand on both sides of the vast church interior. Walking past them we approach the sanctuary. A queue has gathered in front of a doorway. We line up behind them in keen anticipation, waiting for our turn to enter. 

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