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HKBU affiliated secondary and primary school celebrates 10th anniversary

20 Jan 2016

The Hon Yuen Kwok-keung (fourth from right), Ir Dr Wong Kwok-keung (fourth from left), Professor Roland Chin (third from left) and Professor Frank Fu, School Supervisor of the HKBU A-School (third from right) officiate at the opening ceremony of the Madam Wong Liu Wai Man Building
The Hon Yuen Kwok-keung (fourth from right), Ir Dr Wong Kwok-keung (fourth from left), Professor Roland Chin (third from left) and Professor Frank Fu, School Supervisor of the HKBU A-School (third from right) officiate at the opening ceremony of the Madam Wong Liu Wai Man Building
The Madam Wong Liu Wai Man Building houses a number of new facilities to enhance the teaching and learning environment of HKBU A-School
The Madam Wong Liu Wai Man Building houses a number of new facilities to enhance the teaching and learning environment of HKBU A-School
The Anniversary Dinner was attended by 360 guests, parents, staff and students
The Anniversary Dinner was attended by 360 guests, parents, staff and students

To commemorate its 10th anniversary, the Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School (HKBU A-School) held an Anniversary Dinner cum Opening of the New Multi-purpose Annex Building on 15 January 2016.

Supported by a HK$5 million donation from the Kum Shing WKF Education and Charity Foundation, the new multi-purpose annex building is named after Mrs Wong Liu Wai-man, wife of the late Mr Wong Kam-fai. The Opening Ceremony of the building was officiated by The Hon Yuen Kwok-keung, Secretary for Justice of the HKSAR Government, Ir Dr Wong Kwok-keung, Chairman of Kum Shing WKF Education and Charity Foundation, and Professor Roland Chin, HKBU President and Vice-Chancellor.

The six-storey building houses a number of facilities including an indoor sports hall, a fitness centre, a jogging trail, a black box theatre, a visual arts studio and art gallery, a basketball court and classrooms.

The Anniversary Dinner was attended by 360 guests, parents, alumni, teachers and students. The Hon Mrs Fanny Law, Member of the HKSAR Executive Council and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, was invited as guest of honour. In her speech, Mrs Law said she was pleased to witness how the HKBU A-School, which she contributed to its establishment, has become a prestigious school in the district in only 10 years’ time. She said that with the excellent achievements of its students in both academic and non-academic aspects, she is certain the HKBU A-School would nurture leaders from Hong Kong for the 21st century.