東華三院呂潤財紀念中學校友校董選舉2018

東華三院呂潤財紀念中學校友校董選舉2018

東華三院呂潤財紀念中學現任法團校董會校友校董,將於2018年12月卸任,學校校友會現正招募新一任校友校董。

於推選期間,校友會收到以下一位候選人的提名,對於該位候選人,如無合理的反對原因,將會自動當選。各位校友如有任何疑問,請於8月31日前提出,謝謝。

 

候選人的個人資料和政網如下:

候選人姓名:鍾家樂

畢業年份:2002年

個人資料:

本人鍾家樂為東華三院呂潤財紀念中學2002年之畢業生,之後往澳洲升讀11班及12班,於2009年畢業於皇家墨爾本理工大學,主修國際商業及市場學。

在工作方面,我於2010年起接手家族殯儀及石廠生意,同時創立Fly Clothing & Sportswear, Complete Basketball Consulting,U.B.K Productions. 等不同行業的公司。

在義務工作方面,本人現擔任香港惠州社團聯合總會會董、鍾氏宗親總會會董、將軍澳青年發展聯會秘書長、惠陽鎮隆港澳同鄉會會員、澳洲客家聯會香港分會會長、香港小伙子體育會及香港經籃體育外展訓練中的榮譽顧問、港澳台殯葬文化協會候任委員及Panel of Film Censorship Advisers Member。希望在不同的崗位上服務社會。

於興趣方面,本人喜歡打籃球及閱讀,於工餘加入RMIT香港舊生會九武籃球會、專域體育會及將軍澳青年發展聯會。於2012年開始,我回母校執教籃球隊,加入將軍澳籃球聯會,舉辦Big East全港籃球聯賽。

我與很多校友關係良好,並維持緊密聯繫。

政綱介紹﹕

有見母校已有二十多年歷史,孕育出不少社會棟樑,母校需要與校友建立更有效、更全面的聯絡系統,並讓校友為母校出一分力。本人會不斷努力,令校友與母校關係更緊密,令現有學生對我校更有歸屬感。

體育成就

體育成就

呂中同學在不同範疇全力以赴取得成就,充分體現到感恩、奮發、關愛、律己、誠信的「呂中人素質」。

早前取得體育成就的學生代表,向全校分享他們的經歷和心得。

片段已經上傳到you tube。

歡迎點擊收看。

 

體育成就

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GX646aBLJpM&feature=youtu.be

 

學術成就

學術成就

呂中同學在不同範疇全力以赴取得成就,充分體現到感恩、奮發、關愛、律己、誠信

的「呂中人素質」。早前取得學術成就的學生代表,向全校分享他們的經歷和心得。

片段已經上傳到you tube。

 

歡迎點擊收看。

 

學術成就

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccd9gNcx8RM&feature=youtu.be

明報每月寫作大獎

明報每月寫作大獎

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明報校園小記者」5D呂珮鈴同學以「慈善馬拉松 延續互助關愛」之報導獲「明報二月寫作大獎‏」,在眾多報導之中脫穎而出,獲明報刊載其報導。本校十分着重培育學生的寫作能力,除了鼓勵學生積極參加校外徵文比賽外,更出版文集,刊登學生的得獎作品及佳作。

 

2015年度呂中開放日

2015年度呂中開放日

2015年度呂中開放日

本校開放日於二零一五年三月二十八日舉行,當日擺設多個攤位遊戲供社區各界參與,更安排了音樂匯演、師生籃球賽、友校室內划艇賽及多個親子班,包括:園藝活動、科學實驗親子班、美食製作、工藝設計等,報名人數踴躍,反應熱烈。不少呂中的舊生都回到母校參與各項活動,連舊生兼樂壇歌手周柏豪亦抽空到場支持,錯過了的同學可以在此重溫,一同感受當天的喜悅。片段已經上傳到you tube。

https://youtu.be/pKGtjPWY33s 歡迎點擊收看。

呂中校史館開幕典禮

呂中校史館開幕典禮

呂中的校史館開幕了,裡面記載了我們二十年的成長之路。

片段已經上傳到you tube。

https://youtu.be/Osn6yKEbuF8 歡迎點擊收看。

呂中二十週年校慶典禮

呂中二十週年校慶典禮

https://youtu.be/XHPUB4T-x0w

呂中的二十週年校慶已經圓滿結束,當日盛況空前,錯過了的同學可以在此重溫,一同感受當天的喜悅。片段已經上傳到you tube。

 

陳宝藍 – 七優狀元專訪

陳宝藍 – 七優狀元專訪

An interview with Chan Po Lam – our graduate and a former Outstanding Student of Sai Kung

Emily Sham 5B and Natalie Lam 2E

Chan Po Lam, awarded highly-regarded honours and prizes, such as Grantham Scholar of the Year, Outstanding Student of Sai Kung district and the New Territories, and the Student of the Year of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, spoke of how she nurtured her potential and had her achievements recognized. She also shared her learning experiences and inspired us to bravely take on challenges.
An all-rounded student
Po Lam scored 7As in HKCEE and was granted early admission to university. She was admitted to one of the most renowned programmes in Hong Kong – Global Business at the University of Science and Technology – and graduated with first honour about a year ago.

‘I was not that outstanding in my academic performance during my primary school years. I didn’t study very hard or care much about exams, however, I liked to explore new things and develop my interests. At the time, I was the head prefect, the MC of school functions, a choir member, among other things. Actually, I continued to join many extra-curricular activities in my secondary school as well. The most important one, of course, was public speaking, which really benefitted me in my ongoing education and career development. I am thankful to the Principal and teachers of my secondary school for introducing me to such a rewarding activity. ’

Po Lam recalled that she joined the Youth Leadership Programme co-organized by Toastmasters International and our school, and learned a lot about public speaking, which was really useful in building up her confidence and in training her presentation skills. ‘Now, in my daily work, I have to speak to a lot of people, sometimes even as many as two thousand people at some public events. However, my past experience in public speaking really helped me overcome stage fright and present my ideas confidently. So try to engage yourself in different activities; find your interests and develop your talent. You never know how such experiences can help you in your later life.’

Chasing her dream
Everyone needs a dream to push themselves forward. Po Lam said she hoped to contribute to the world by saving people from poverty and inequality. However, she is now a manager of a large banking corporation. Is she still chasing her original dream?

‘Of course,’ she said, ‘but it is not merely a dream anymore; it has become a realistic target. In the coming few years, I will most likely stay in the banking business and gain more experience and exposure, which will enrich and enable me to achieve my dream one day. I hope, with my expertise and experience, I could do some consultation work for the government to help formulate policies to stimulate economic growth. I want to be an ethical business leader too and will try to exert influence in the future.’

Po Lam remembered how the supervisor of our school supported her by giving her generous scholarships. ‘Besides financial support, Mr Lui, gave me and my whole family heart-warming care. Being a busy businessman, he is still willing to contribute so much to education. I promise one day to do the same, like him, offering scholarships or any kind of support to encourage students to study and chase their dreams.’
Connecting dots
Towards the end of the interview, Po Lam shared her thoughts about ‘Connecting dots’. She quoted Steve Jobs’ words, ‘You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.’

Po Lam explained, ‘Stay passionate and hopeful about life. Be brave to take up challenges though they may be the most difficult experiences. But when you look back to your experiences, you can see how the past experiences will contribute to what you have been doing and those are some of your best decisions.’