We wonder: How do you raise a child with so many talents?

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Like millions of people worldwide, Raimondians from the Class of 1969 marvelled at the sensational performance of Eileen Gu 谷愛凌 at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. The California-born teen represented China, her mother’s native country, and came away with two gold medals and a silver in the Women’s Freeski events in February. Below is … Continue reading We wonder: How do you raise a child with so many talents?

Raimondians worldwide chat with RAA as New Year begins

The New Year got off to a promising start when representatives of the Raimondi Alumni Association reached out to old boys scattered around the globe. James H.G. Wong 黄漢根, who has stayed in touch with many Raimondian schoolmates over the years, explained: “Raimondi Alumni Association (RAA) would like to establish a strong connection with as … Continue reading Raimondians worldwide chat with RAA as New Year begins

Travel Brief: An Unexpected Find on recent visit to Peng Chau

Our intrepid traveller Wong Yiu Chung 王耀宗 recently went on a visit to Peng Chau 坪洲, an outlying island located not far off the eastern side of Lantau Island. During the half-day walking tour, he was delighted to come upon a surprising sight: a marvellous art display set up right out in the open for … Continue reading Travel Brief: An Unexpected Find on recent visit to Peng Chau

Dancing the night away with songs from younger days

50th anniversary dinner in Toronto. Two summers ago, Raimondians danced the evening away in Toronto to familiar tunes played on stage by a few former schoolmates. The pandemic had not yet begun on July 7, 2019, when we celebrated the 50th anniversary of our Form 5 graduation from Raimondi College. The world has changed so … Continue reading Dancing the night away with songs from younger days

Glimpses of Iceland: Volcanoes, Waterfalls, Culture, Diplomacy

Travels with Rex: Iceland is halfway between Europe and America, in a far corner of the Atlantic Ocean near the Arctic Circle. The island-nation, however, is not as isolated as one may think. In March this year, Iceland made headlines around the world for a volcanic eruption near Reykjavik, its capital. Lava shot high into … Continue reading Glimpses of Iceland: Volcanoes, Waterfalls, Culture, Diplomacy

Remembering Fung Ho Lup: our classmate, friend, and luminary

Raimondians from the Class of 1969 were saddened in April to learn of the passing of Fung Ho Lup 馮可立, a fondly remembered classmate who had a distinguished career in social work. Fung was highly regarded for his pioneering campaigns for disadvantaged groups in Hong Kong. He had made his mark in social work from … Continue reading Remembering Fung Ho Lup: our classmate, friend, and luminary

Visiting Machu Picchu, relic of ancient Inca Civilization in Peru

At the beginning of this year, Wong Yiu Chung 王耀宗 completed writing a series of travel articles using the journals he kept and the photographs he took while visiting South America in June 2013. One of the highlights is this piece on his trip up the mountains of Peru to the fabled Machu Picchu, popularly … Continue reading Visiting Machu Picchu, relic of ancient Inca Civilization in Peru

Life After Raimondi: Wong Yiu Chung

After Raimondi College, Wong Yiu Chung 王耀宗 continued his studies and obtained a PhD from Queensland University in Australia. His academic achievements brought him a career as a professor, mostly at Lingnan University where he also served as a top-level administrator. Wong retired in 2017 from full-time work but he has remained an adjunct professor … Continue reading Life After Raimondi: Wong Yiu Chung

British Columbia to Newfoundland, a cross-Canada Photo Essay

Travels with Rex It is not easy to see all ten provinces of Canada in one go, but it is certainly doable over a period of time. We accomplished this mission two years ago when we made our trip from British Columbia to Newfoundland and Labrador, covering a span of more than 7,000 kilometres. So … Continue reading British Columbia to Newfoundland, a cross-Canada Photo Essay