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校友會宗旨:
凝聚,聯誼,關愛校友及退任教職員;
激勵,提攜後進及延續明理爱光精神;
支援母校發展。

2019/2021 校友會幹事架構
校友校董 : 黎念慈 (Constance Lai)
主席:李文訓 ( Duma Lee)
副主席 : 黄敏紅 (Clara Wong),
...........呂嘉穎 (Wing Lui)
秘書:徐寶琪 (Kathy Tsui)
財政:許立明 (Marvin Hui)
公共關係 :黎念慈 (Constance),
.............倪建輝 (Steven)
..............陳志超 (Paul) ,
..............陳石東 (Tung)
資訊科技: 謝曉東 (Hugo Tse)
康樂:江昇鴻 (Steven)、
........葉冬泳 (Yip),
........姚智聰 (Chung),
.........容耀榮 (Yung)
..........高清源 (Ching),
..........謝曉東 (Hugo)
設計師 : 高清源 (Ching)
活動助理:黃毅俊 (Issac) ,
替代校友校董 : 黄敏紅 (Clara Wong)、

永久榮譽會員 : 游紹永先生(校友)、
....................李國華先生(校友)、
....................吳賢發教授 (校友)
...................姚學敏先生(退任老師),
...................温國權校長(退任校長)


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2020 接到【醫護口罩】一刻,暖在心窩
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接到【醫護口罩】一刻,暖在心窩

接到【醫護口罩】一刻,暖在心窩

 

過去多年春節,我Constance例必從英國飛往紐約走一趟,在嚴寒的季節,加上肺炎疫情橫掃多個城市,但亦不會打亂我今年春節之行,只想趕在農曆正月十五前親手給兒子一個幸運紅封包。

 

兒子在紐約的工作相當忙碌亦抽不出太多時間帶我觀光,我亦習慣了獨自乘紐約市內的交通工具往返不同地區悠然自得去找尋景區遊走,悠閒的日子中,每天早上必往市場購買新鮮食物回家烹調,晚上做一頓豐富的晚餐給愛兒享用。留在紐約的短短日子中,亦不忙主動相約惜日的慕光校友作茶聚,大家暢談生活點滴。

 

今年與Y校友聚頭,收到很感人的新春大賀禮,居然是【醫護口罩】,在此段期間,我明白在紐約這大都會亦是口罩難求的,Y校友移居美國已十多廿年了,他真的不簡單,居然找到港人渴求的口罩,衷心感謝他對港人的關愛。

由於我暫未計劃飛回香港,我亦作出相應安排,隨後把多盒口罩以快遞方式寄回香港給急切需要的港人及校友們分享,這批口罩經過長時間終抵達香港了,我亦代各受惠者再次多謝他窩心的厚禮。Y校友要求我要低調,我亦只好聽從他作承諾。

祝福Y校友在美國生活愉快,家庭幸福美滿,工作順利,身心健康。

希望這疫情可快速減退,香港人過回惜日自由呼吸新鮮空氣,免除戴口罩防疫的日子。

 

校友Constance

2-3-2020

 

2020 You have a role in the world

You have a role in the world

You have a role in the world

 

It is a moment of truth, this world is chaotic, dangerous, exciting, evolutional, and opportune. You are chosen to change the world but the challenge would crash you before you could achieve your goal. Fortunately, there is a superman inside you to lead the way. Many people went through a similar journey to a successful life.

 

 

Charles Dickens quoted in A Tale of Two Cities "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair."

 

Dickens loved reading since he was a little boy but did not receive a formal education. His father was locked up due to the failure to repay the debt when Dickens was 12 years old. For 2 years, he worked in a factory 10 hours a day to support his family. Upon his father's release, they moved to Camden Town and Dickens attended Welling House Academy for 2 years.

 

Soon after that, he joined his cousin to become a freelance reporter at age 16. He wrote articles for London lawyers to circulate within their common circle. When Dickens was 20 years old, he worked as a political journalist in reporting on Parliamentary debates. He gained public attention at age 24 with a serial publication of The Pickwick Papers. His passion for editorial and writing strived him to write many famous novels in the era of Queen Victoria.

 

About the same time, a young Naturalist, Charles Darwin freshly graduated from College joined the voyage of the Beagle - vessel HMS Beagle to explore the coastline of South America.

 

Young Darwin conducted the routine work to produce accurate nautical charts showing navigational and sea depth information for the navy and commerce. Young Darwin was curious, energetic, patient, and self-motivated. He convinced the captain to allow him to spend most of that time on land investigating geology, making natural history collections, and collecting botanical specimens. Darwin kept careful notes of his observations and theoretical speculations. In cliffs near Punta Alta of Argentina, he made a major find of fossil bones of huge extinct mammals, indicating recent extinction with no sign of climate change or catastrophe. He observed several types of the mockingbird. Although they belonged to the same family they looked different from island to island. All the discoveries raised the question to Darwin and he was so desperate for answers. Despite his findings made young Darwin a celebrity, his theory was not accepted by the scientist circle.

 

Darwin did not stop working on his belief, the Theory of Natural Selection and Evolution. He went on a long literature battle with his peer and his career went ups and downs. At the lowest point of his life, being in financial hardship, poor health, and the death of his baby son, he struggled to stay strong. In 1859, 23 years after the voyage of Beagle, with help from his friends, Darwin published "On the Origin of Species" laying out these 2 theories proved unexpectedly popular and well accepted by the scientific world. Darwin is one of the important scientists in human history.

 

About Century later, a boy was born to an unmarried couple. They could hardly raise a child due to financial hardship so this one-month-old baby was adopted by a couple, Clara and Paul Jobs. Clara and Paul named this baby boy Steve. Steve Jobs was never a straight-A student but Paul promised Steve college education. Steve Jobs went to Reed College for 6 months but didn't like most of the subjects. He did not want to waste his parents' hard-earned money so he turned into an underground student dropping in some creative classes while at night sleeping on the floor of some friend's dorm or apartment so he could only spend money on food but nothing else. For 18 months, Jobs enjoyed his learning schedule but he chose to move on. He left college and worked at Atari for a year but didn't like it.

 

Jobs sold his beloved Ford Minivan and successfully convinced his childhood friend, Steve Wozniak to sell his HP calculator to start up a small company- Apple Computer. They had no clue to any business plan yet but Wozniak simply focused on the prototype of Apple I computer while Jobs aggressively met customers to persuade them to place the order. In three years, Apple Computer hit the sales of US $139 million. Jobs had his vision of products and never compromised. Once he came to a decision, he worked relentlessly to promote it. Jobs went through a lot of ups-and-downs but he believed he could change the world and he did it. The rest is history.

 

On the other side of the earth, one of the world-class billionaire, philanthropist, Li Ka-Shing didn't have a cherishable childhood. His father was a school principal and that was the only proper education he had in his young life. Due to poverty, his family moved to Hong Kong and he started working ever since. His father's life cut short when Li Ka-Shing was only 15 years old. In his sickbed, his father gave Li Ka-Shing the last word which set the framework for his success in the future. Li Ka-Shing always bears his father in mind so he follows his guideline: Don't rely on others; stay self-sustainable to support your own; stay strong and don't lose courage in downtime; to be humble and don't be overconfident in the uptrend. Of course, Mr. Li Ka-Shing has his secret weapons for his tremendous success in the business world which is a highly intelligent, hard-working, sense of perfection, and maybe the sense of insecurity from his childhood keeps him saving humongous reserve. The touching story never ends here.

 

In 1951, Elsie relocated to Hong Kong with her husband William Elliott, a missionary to Plymouth Brethren church in England. The couple lived in an illegal apartment in a ghetto community in Wong Tai Sin. Elsie was shocked by the poverty, corruption, and injustices there. Due to her sympathy towards Hong Kong society, she became disenchanted with her husband's rigid Protestant faith; actively involved in social issues.

 

The refusal of their church came to a breaking point when she spoke up for the Hong Kong situation during the church assembly. The church did not permit social activism so she was deeply offended, felt outrageous. Finally, she decided to left the church, divorced her husband and sadly lived in a kitchen in a Kowloon Walled City tenement. Elsie's strong belief supported her skinny body figure to carry on the fight for other's opportunities. She was so determined to help the children from poor families.

 

In 1954, Elsie founded Mu Kuang English School for poor children near Kai Tak. It started with 30 pupils in an old army tent. For a year, she lived on little else but bread and water to support the school running. At last, she was employed at Hong Kong Baptist college as an English and French teacher but she still insisted to run Mu Kuang under her wings. Andrew Tu was hired to run the school as the principal where they worked closely ever since. In 1985, this couple officially married.

 

Besides running the school, Elsie believed government policy would majorly affect people's life so she was politically active. She was elected for the first time to the Urban Council in 1963, which heavily dealing with public health, recreation, native culture, food hygiene, street hawking, and food market planning. When Elsie was reelected the second term in 1967, she lobbied with other councilors to have Chinese recognized as an official language. Being a native British, she fell in love with Hong Kong people and the city which strived her to fight so hard for their rights.

 

While helping homeless people for a shelter, she was bothered by the culture of protection fee. Street hawkers back then had to pay a protection fee to gangster and police force so there would be a chance for them to sell merchandise and foods to local people.

 

Madam Elsie campaigned so hard to stop such underground practice undoubtfully rocked the boat of the beneficiaries and the powerful people. However, her act was later credited with leading to the establishment of ICAC in 1974. This commission has changed Hong Kong in a big positive way culturally, demographically, economically and politically.

 

Gabriel Ng was an elite student because of his hard work. He spent most of the time studying and focused on higher education. He made up his mind to serve the medical field while he was a middle school student. With his high score, he got into the Polytechnic Physical Therapy program. He was hired even before his graduation. The job was good but it didn't stop him from getting advance knowledge. He later studied aboard in Australia and finished with a doctorate.

 

For the passion of passing on his knowledge, he went back to Polytechnic to be a Professor in the Therapy department. There are thousands of students in the medical field would like to thank him for his lecture. He was a dedicated mentor to his students.

 

Bertha Ngai was a popular singer in school. She competed from school to school and performed with the guitar sometimes. It might not be a traditional career but Bertha just loved doing it so much. After middle school, she went on a countless audition and a radio station offered her a job. Of course, it was fun in the beginning but also stressful because of long working hours, irregular shifts, and numerous peoplerelated issues. Her persistence finally paid off, she held many radio talk shows, music program, even participated in TV and movie acting.

 

Her colorful life paused when she married and migrated to Canada. She dedicated all the time to her family, taking care of kids. Gradually, her family and kids settled in the community, later, she joined the local radio station to host some programs. Of course, her family and children are always on the top priority, working seems to be her interest and own enjoyment.

 

Jimmy Au Yeung used to criticize people from the so-called Band One school. These students make no difference from his middle school in terms of learning. Jimmy was an average student always with a signature smile and a nerdy look. He was friendly but just not so popular.

 

He was good with Mathematic so he got into an engineering program in Polytechnic. Later he worked in a major Bank I.T. department. At night, he studied hard for his degree program which led to his promotion. He was granted the opportunity to lead the department so he traveled a lot to other countries to set up the system. It gained him a lot of experience in the working field and connecting people.

 

Due to health issues, he chose to quit and migrate to Toronto, Canada. With his sound experience in I.T., he was hired by IBM in Toronto. There were a lot of compliments and recognition from customers and co-worker but Jimmy received a better offer from the City so he leaves IBM to work for the local government.

 

Throughout his career, Jimmy met so many talented people from Band One school, renowned University, Ivy League college, but he never hid the fact that he completed his middle school in Mu Kuang. He proved himself capable of his ability, hard work and intelligence.

 

Professor Gabriel Ng, Radio host Bertha Ngai, and IT specialist Jimmy Au Yeung are all alumni to Mu Kuang English School. They outperform many students from Band One school due to their belief in themselves.

 

Mu Kuang is the breeding ground for a lifetime warrior. Most of the students in Mu Kuang are from grassroots without any privilege. It has already laid the foundation for upward momentum. Madam Elsie Tu gave up everything, the church, her husband for her belief- equality. She truly believed helping children from poor families was to provide them a place, a chance for their education. She went through all the hardships and challenges to found Mu Kuang. For 66 years, it is proven her belief 110% correct. Our alumni all over the world quietly contribute to their communities.

 

Don't let others label you. Don't let anyone else define you, you define yourself. Let's not worry about your bad situation, it will pass very soon. There are tons of opportunities around the corner, just keep moving and you will see them. Only the sky is the limit, your imagination is the key to your future. You will be proud of being one of the Mu Kuang alumni one day.

 

 

Simon Yu

2-3-2020

 

Introduction of author : 

Simon Yu was an alumni of Mu Kuang English School who had migrated to the United States and lived in the bustling metropolis of New York for several decades.   He has always been concerned about Hong Kong where he grew up, especially the Mu Kuang English School which was created by Superintendent Elsie Tu.  Hong Kong is now in the midst of the epidemic, and he is very concerned about the younger brothers and sisters who are studying at Mu Kuang.  He wants to encourage them. Therefore, the Mu Kuang alumni association invited him to write an article as an expression of sharing his motivation.  We also hope that the other alumni will be inspired by this sharing to contribute more to the alumni association.  If any alumni who has a manuscript, please don’t hesitate to email it to us.  Our email address : alumni@mukuang.edu.hk

【庚子年新春盆菜宴】活動取消

致各位校友、嘉賓師長、老師、家長、同學們:

原定2020年2月22日在慕光學校禮堂舉辦的【庚子年新春盆菜宴】活動,由於武漢肺炎肆虐,及本港疫情有潛伏社區交义感染的極高風險,經與學校商量後,現決定取消是次的盆菜宴,以免大家面臨受感染的風險,希望大家能見諒。與此同時,也希望大家能夠彼此同心,合力抗疫,把疫情的傷害減至最低。已報名和購席券的校友們,我們將安排全數退回已繳交的費用。

校友會期望在日後疫情受控和安全的環境下,為大家安排精彩的活動,讓大家歡聚一起,共渡美好的時光!

在此再次祝願各位,身體健康、新年進步、闔家安康。

 

天增歲月人增壽,春滿乾坤福滿門

祝大家庚子年如意吉祥,合家平安,健康快樂。

2020年庚子年新春盆菜宴, 歡迎校友齊來参加

2020年庚子年新春盆菜宴,

歡迎校友齊來参加

2020年庚子年新春盆菜宴, 歡迎校友齊來参加

春節是中國人和親友團聚的好日子,校友會每年均藉此良機,在母校禮堂籌辦新春盆菜宴,凝聚團結各位校友。今年盆菜宴日期是2020年2月22日,歡迎大家携眷出席或自行組合包席参加,當晚會有抽獎項目,歡迎校友踴躍報名及贊助抽獎禮物,讓大家歡渡晚宴。今年部分報名費將捐贈予【杜葉錫恩博士紀念館及慕光校史館】千人籌款計劃和啟動【校友會獎學金】。

日期 : 2020年2月22日(下午4時恭候,5 時入席,5 時半典禮開始)

地點 : 慕光學校禮堂 (觀塘功樂道55號)

每位費用 : 港幣280元 (大小同價,三歲以下免費)

包席優惠價:每席港幣3000元,歡迎携眷及自行組合12人一席

截止報名日期 : 2020年1月31日 (額滿即止 )

報名表格可填 google form link,連同繳費收據 (收據上請寫名及電話),用電郵或 whatsapps ,交回本會作安排 (資料詳情見poster)。希望大家踴躍報名。

(校友會whatsapps 電話5541 2313,校友會賬號 : 滙豐銀行賬號:078-461001-838,收款人:Mu Kuang English School Alumni Association)

Google form link 報名表格 :

https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScwTgPxDtuXKj5fx…/viewform…

 

 

祝你聖誕新年快樂

祝你聖誕新年快樂

 

祝你聖誕新年快樂

如果一顆星代表一份願望, 今年的聖誕老人,深願為你飛越銀河,摘下每一顆【夢想成真】來送给你,讓你心懷歡欣。祝你聖誕新年快樂。

 

 

慕光英文書院校友會
10-12-2019

 

 

 

齊來參加杜葉錫恩博士紀念館及慕光校史館募捐

齊來參加杜葉錫恩博士紀念館

及慕光校史館募捐

杜葉錫恩博士紀念館及慕光校史館募捐

 

親愛的慕光英文書院校友:
 
2019年是慕光建校65週年,學校已籌備一連串的慶祝活動,其中一項是在母校設立【杜葉錫恩博士紀念館及慕光校史館】(見附件),藉此紀念館記念、分享及推動杜葉鍚恩女士之建校理念:「明、理、愛、光」,希望各校友能夠支持,並慷慨解囊,各盡己力,延續杜葉錫恩女士之辦學精神及理念,願更多人受惠,正如我們受惠一樣,薪火相傳「明、理、愛、光」之辦學理念。
 
祝大家身心康泰。
 
慕光英文書院校友會
 
主席:李文訓
 
8-12-2019
 
杜葉錫恩博士紀念館及慕光校史館 影片 :
 
 
捐款表格Donation Form :
 
 
杜葉錫恩博士紀念館及慕光校史館募捐信NV :
慕光創校65週年校慶年揭幕禮
慕光創校65週年校慶年揭幕禮

慕光創校65週年校慶年揭幕禮

11月28日早上10點半,數拾名嘉賓聚集一起,出席在慕光禮堂的65週年校慶年揭幕典禮,嘉賓包括一些長期與慕光協作的伙伴、校董會各成員顧問、家長教師會委員、校友會委員、退任的慕光老師、與及觀塘地區的往來友鄰等等,大會亦邀請了香港教育大學學術及首席副校長李子建教授,為典禮作致詞分享,在校董會張雅麗主席,將慕光三位創校校董,如何開創慕光的一段艱苦歷史簡述後,學生們更清楚自己母校的校史,而出席的每一位來賓,大家更齊心支持祝願慕光繼續辦學,羸得桃李滿天下,年年學子盡優良。

 
1989年慕光畢業校友三十年重聚日

1989年慕光畢業校友

三十年重聚日午宴參觀

1989年慕光畢業校友三十年重聚日

 

 

2019年11月23日星期六,一個平凡週末,但對於一群1989年慕光畢業校友來說,却是三十年一遇的重要日子,89畢業同學除邀請了好幾位當年執教他們的老師,彼此一起聚舊午宴之外,飯後同學們更一起返回慕光母校作參觀,回顧追憶昔日美好快樂時光之地,了解慕光經歷了創校65年後的今天學校光景,也聆聽此刻目前學校前瞻的抱負和面對的困難。

回憶美好歷史光陰總是叫人難忘興奮的,飯席間有同學拿出個人珍藏,原來是1987年的圖書館借書證,也有人拿出1989年的地下鐵學生乘車證,相信這些已是個人的無價寶。今天也將是未來的另一個美好回憶記錄。

 

1989年慕光畢業校友三十年重聚日

1989年慕光畢業校友三十年重聚日

 

 

 

1989年慕光畢業校友三十年重聚日

1989年慕光畢業校友三十年重聚日

1989年慕光畢業校友三十年重聚日

【探訪梁家雄老師日記】茶聚 之 【慕光兒童樂園】子弟

【探訪梁家雄老師日記】茶聚 之

【慕光兒童樂園】子弟2019【探訪梁家雄老師日記】茶聚 之 【慕光兒童樂園】子弟

 

 

11月17日星期日中午,一個煙霧迷漫、街頭社會活動衝激聲音此起彼落之際,筆者許立明和校友會主席李文訓、委員倪建輝,與及郭家傑校友,在尖沙咀東部海景軒,與久未見面的梁家雄老師一起茶聚,送上我們對他的一份關懷心意。

 

為人性情温和、感性和健談的梁家雄老師, 一向都為學生所愛戴和敬重,尤其跟過他學過電腦的同學,都會驚訝他對電腦本科的知識和技能,究竟她的人生故事如何呢,校友會作了以下簡短的訪問:

 

問 :梁老師, 你細個時是住那一區的,讀邊間中學,可否分享你當年的求學經過?

答 : 我兒時起初是住在北角外婆家裡的,後來搬家到了鑽石山的上元嶺,當時讀的幼稚園是【兒童樂園】,升上小一和小二時,我是在彩虹邨中華基督教會的基華小學就讀,小三那年,我家再搬到慈雲山的沙田㘭村居住,於是我便轉至附近的基慈小學就讀,隨著升上的中學,也亦是慈雲山區,就讀中學是協和書院,中四那年,我按照媽媽意思選了理科,但未想到讀起來很吃力和泛味,於是向老師申請轉讀文科,老師批了,但却要我留級一學年,轉了科後,原來地理和經濟科是如此精彩,我越讀就越被投入,預科中六那年,我第一次試考中大,但成績不太理想,中七那年我再第二次投考,结果成績不負所望,可以進讀中大,大學科目,主修我選了地理,副修心理學,1984年畢業時,香港社會經濟環境不好,很難找到合適工作,於是我在港大再進修教育證書,準備多一點以便日後從事教育工作。

(閒談間梁家雄老師懷疑自己當年讀的【兒童樂園】就是慕光所辦的幼稚園。經筆者查證後,没錯,【兒童樂園】確是慕光當年所辦的幼稚園,未想到原來梁家雄老師也是慕光子弟呢)

問:你是怎樣進入慕光任教的?入慕光前有無在其他中學任教?你後來怎麽又會教起電腦來呢?

答:畢業後我曾在觀塘瑪利諾教了三個月夜校,又試過在伊斯蘭中學任兼職,1986年夏,我應徴慕光教職並得到回覆約見,當時見我的是温國權老師,不久他便邀我見校長及簽聘約,可是簽約那天,校長不在學校,原來校長與校監連结一起,展開了他們人生的另一頁,簽約後的一刻,温老師輕拍我肩膊說,新的學年你要做埋地理科的科主任啊,這令我感到驚訝,沒想到慕光真的敢用一個新人(尤其是他的第一份正職),委以重任。開學後,初次踏進慕光學校的地理室,我吃了一驚,壁報板及設備均是頹垣敗瓦,百業待興,就是如此開始,我便在慕光執教起地理這一科目十年。1994年,慕光想引進電腦科目為學科,但一直未找到合適老師任教,學校當時問我可否執教,由於電腦一直是我個人熱衷的課題,於是我一囗就答應了,但原来建立電腦室這工作,比重設地理室難度更高更複雜,幸好學校願意大力支持我,電腦科最终成功開展出來,後來温老師承接校長一職後,亦给與我更多的時間空間,在校外與其他學術團體交流電腦教學,我亦加入了香港電腦教育學會作理事委員,在此社團,我除了可以擴大人脈見識外,也豐富了我教學上應用電腦的範籌。

問:在慕光任教期間,最難忘的學生/同事和事情是甚麽呢?

答:難忘的事情和人有很多,例如我入職慕光老師第五年時,有一天杜學魁校長要約見我,對我來說,印象中杜校長是位素常沉默寡言的人,當我進到校長室時,他一言不發就遞給我一張紙,我心想他莫非要即時炒我,當我看清楚一點內容時才知,這是申請升職做SGM 的表格,原來他想代我向教署遞交升職申請表, 翌年,我的職級和薪酬就真的被提升了,我亦是校內最短時間內可升職至SGM的老師。其次,慕光的校舍和各老師同事們,皆是使我印象深刻,我記得我會考第一科地理的試場,就是在慕光,我當時還誤以為Mu Kuang 就係【梅薑】英文中學,我猶記得在進考試場前一刻,我在停車場角落的那棵大樹下乘涼温習一幕。及後我受聘任職慕光老師時,在地下的教員室,又是令我難忘,有幾位和我差不多同期入職慕光的老師,大家每天都在這地方碰面相聚,往來投契,每天的教學生活都很愉快。

問:你和太太是怎樣認識的?她和你一樣教書嗎?

答:我和太太是在大學裡認識的,我是崇基學院的學生會委員,有一天他來找我開會,我們就是這樣認識和開始。我太太是政府公務員,我和她有一兒一女。

問:離開慕光後,你往那裡去,生活上是怎樣打發時間呢?

答:2016年我離開了慕光後,便往考評局工作,負責一個兩年合約的線上評卷系統相關工作,兩年之後,我便在一間由國際教育集團所辦的小學,負責编訂教學課程,教導小朋友學習【STEAM】,另每週的一天,我也會到天水圍一間小學任教這科目。閒來的我,喜歡研究定翼滑翔機,這也是我生活上打發時間的方法。

談到這裏,大家都拿起相機來拍照留念,記下今天這難得的相聚機會。下午3時半,大家懷著依依不捨的心情散去,各自踏上歸家路途,然而,大家也期待下一次再探訪老師的茶聚時間。

【探訪梁家雄老師日記】茶聚 之 【慕光兒童樂園】子弟

【探訪梁家雄老師日記】茶聚 之 【慕光兒童樂園】子弟

 

 

 

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