Class of 1960, Wah-Yan College, Kowloon, and Friends:

Our wonderful 55th anniversary cruise has come and gone - another chapter in our memory - thanks to the efforts of the Toronto organization team for the past year. The Royal Caribbean Serenade of the Seas ferried 14 of WYK friends and their spouses from New York City (actually, Port Liberty, NJ) to Quebec City between September 15 - 25 of 2015 while we caught up on the latest news, gossips and events. You can find photos of these happy days by clicking the preceding link. 

The next event is slated for mid-Jan 2017. Please see following proposal by Vincent Szeto for preliminary info. Mark your calendar and save the date now! 
On the ship Serenade of the Seas during our 55th reunion cruise, we all agreed to have the next reunion in Las Vegas, during the middle of January, 2017. I will organize this trip because I am close to Las Vegas, while David Leung and Yung Wai Leung will help in Toronto and Vancouver areas.

The hotel will be in one of the nice hotels (MGM, Wynn, Bellagio), on the strip for a period of 5 to 7 days, including two one day trips to near by site seeing areas, two dinner shows, and one Chinese dinner party. People can come early or extending stay. Since the hotels can only be booked within 6 months, I will collect deposits in June 2016.
(Vincent Szeto)

It is also time to remind each other about our "E-Book" project, which hasn't see any action in a long while: We are soliciting brief (and un-brief) write-ups about yourselves (ourselves) so we can remain in touch. This information including in particular recent photos is especially useful to friends who cannot attend our get-togethers or have trouble traveling. Seventeen classmates have responded to the project so far and you can learn more about them on the roster page. Please remember that the contents are pass-word protected. But 17 is still a small percentage of our classmates and friends. Please try to contribute in text and photos and send them to Kwan man-woo (HK), Tsao chi-wing/Felix Wong (US), or Leung ying-wai/David Leung (Canada). 

Please continue to give us your input and advice (how)


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