Latest Events 最新活動


慶祝慈幼會總會長范達民神父9月訪問溫哥華 Celebrating our Rector Major's September visit to Vancouver

posted Jul 25, 2018, 4:34 PM by Don Bosco   [ updated Sep 6, 2018, 11:48 AM ]

我們慈幼會的總會長,范達民神父將會首次從意大利來探訪我們!

他將會在93日至5日期間抵達及訪問溫哥華,

范神父是鮑思高神父創立慈幼會的第十任繼承人

為慶祝神父的光臨,我們將會在94(週二)下午7時 Surrey, Our Lady of Good Counsel堂區 (10460 139 St, Surrey)   準備了一個豐富的晚餐,邀請他和我們一起敘餐及見面, 並送上紀念品.



關懷神長委員會活動: 陳鴻基神父訪加 Fr. Chan Hung-Kai visit Canada

posted Jul 20, 2018, 3:41 PM by Don Bosco   [ updated Jul 23, 2018, 12:38 PM ]

陳神父67年中學畢業,正式入慈幼修院,4年哲學、2年實習。因興趣又得長上時任慈幼會中華區會長馬耀漢神父批准,以自修方式考入中大,80年畢業,80~83年被派送往羅馬恭讀神學,之後,回港實習,84年升神父。
89民運、心繫香江,留港服務。再修讀中大教育碩士課程,92年畢業,在慈幼學校服務,94~98年調任九龍鄧鏡波學校院長及校監,98年調往澳門雷鳴道紀念學校任校長,6年後返港任慈幼學校校監,2009~2012年往羅馬修讀教育博士學位,2014年返港,服務長洲慈幼靜修院,2015年獲教育博士銜,2016年8月起任聖類斯學校、慈幼學校校監至今。 摘錄自 教育與靈修, 與陳鴻基神父 一一 促膝談心
關懷神長委員會招待神父活動時間表:


同學會協辨 2018 聖方濟堂週年野餐 DBAA presents 2018 SFX ANNUAL PICNIC

posted Jul 17, 2018, 11:16 AM by Don Bosco   [ updated Sep 6, 2018, 12:05 PM ]

 

COMPLETED:2018 AGM and Election notice 二零一八年會員週年大會及大選

posted Dec 17, 2017, 7:03 PM by Don Bosco   [ updated Feb 8, 2018, 12:57 PM ]


Elected 2018 DBAA Broad Of Directors:

President:            Michael Wong (TKP-K 77)

Vice President:    Stephen Cheung (ATS 74)

Hon Secretary:    Celestine Chow (SLS 70)

Hon Treasurer:    Joseph Lee (SLS 78)

Gen Director:       Paul Li(Salesian 79)        

Gen Director:        Bosco Toa (ATS 66)

Gen Director:        John Luk (SLS 62)

Gen Director:        Francis Yuen (TKP 75)

COMPLETED: 2017 Annual Fun and Dinner night 同學會週年同樂日及晚宴

posted Oct 19, 2017, 4:16 PM by Don Bosco   [ updated Dec 17, 2017, 7:47 PM ]

Our 2017 annual fun and dinner night will be held on November 11 at 4pm, 11月11日晚上4點
at St. Francis Xavier Church, St Joseph room (天主教聖芳濟堂聖若瑟房) 438 Great Northern Way Vancouver, BC V5T 4S5 Canada 

包括豐富自助晚餐及各類遊戲, 希望同學攜眷參加, 一齊盡興!

<自助晚餐(Buffet dinner)>


田園沙律(Garden Boat)
法式麫包(French Baguette)
特式大盤雞(Chicken Platter)
法式波菜批(French Spinach Pie)
意式焗羊架(Italian Lamb Racks)
焗什菜飯(Oven baked Vegetable Rice)
生菒及甜品(Fruit and Desserts)

咖啡或茶(Coffee or tea)


Dinner $25 each. $20 if order before November 1!

For ticket please contact 購買餐劵請致電Kam 604-255-8920  Michael 778-834-3333

Thanks everyone for attending!

COMPLETED:2017 HOUSEHOLD FIRE PREVENTION TALK 家居防火安全講座

posted Sep 26, 2017, 12:42 PM by Don Bosco   [ updated Feb 8, 2018, 12:59 PM ]


COMPLETED: 2017年春季賞花一日遊

posted Apr 21, 2017, 6:09 PM by Don Bosco   [ updated May 16, 2017, 12:06 PM ]





COMPLETED:2017 AGM and Election notice 二零一七年會員週年大會及大選

posted Jan 2, 2017, 4:58 PM by Don Bosco   [ updated Feb 17, 2017, 10:31 AM ]



<自助晚餐(Buffet dinner)>


一帆風順(Salad Boat)
金雞報喜(Chicken a la King)
家肥屋潤(Braised pork Trotter)
竹報平安(Bean curd on vegetables)
五榖豐收(Specialty rice)
賀年油角煎(New Year desserts)

咖啡或茶(Coffee or tea)

Elected 2017 DBAA Broad Of Directors:

President:            Michael Wong (TKP-K 77)

Vice President:    Kam Tong Lee (SLS 59)

Hon Secretary:    Celestine Chow (SLS 70)

Hon Treasurer:    Joseph Lee (SLS 78)

Gen Director:        Stephen Cheung (ATS 74)

Gen Director:        Bosco Toa (ATS 66)

Gen Director:        John Cheng (ATS 62)

Gen Director:        Lawrence Lee (ATS 64)

1-31-2017 AGM


COMPLETED: 2016 Annual Dinner 同學會週年晚宴

posted Oct 26, 2016, 8:36 PM by Don Bosco   [ updated Nov 24, 2016, 4:24 PM ]

Our 2016 annual Dinner and MahJong Tournament will be held on November 11 at 7pm, 11月11日晚上7點
at Royal Seafood Restaurant(粵山莊海鮮大酒#200 - 8040 Garden City Road, Richmond, BC 


Dinner $35 each.
For ticket please contact 購買餐劵請致電Kam 604-255-8920  Michael 778-834-3333

Thanks everyone for attending!

Fundraising Appeal for Sudan & South Sudan 蘇丹籌款呼籲

posted Jun 30, 2016, 12:43 AM by Don Bosco   [ updated Jul 14, 2016, 3:04 PM ]

Dear fellow alumni:
 
With the kind permission of the Board of Directors of Don Bosco Alumni Association (BC) Canada:

 

Once again I am writing to you to appeal for donation to support the work of the Salesian fathers and Salesian sisters in Sudan and South Sudan.  At times I do regret that I have to be the messenger to bring this piece of disheartening message to you: the painful work the Salesian fathers and Salesian sisters has to continue as peace and prosperity is unlikely to come to Sudan and South Sudan anytime soon.

 

Yet your heart-warming responses to my fundraising appeals in the past tell me loud and clear that you are very supportive of the work the Salesian fathers and Salesian sisters are doing there. I am, therefore, hopeful that my fundraising appeal to you will receive your enthusiastic support again this year.

 

Last year we collected over $5,000 to support the work of the Salesian sisters in Gumbo, South Sudan, and we received a letter of appreciation wherein they detailed the good work they were doing there (copy attached herewith).  The sad fact is the charitable organizations working in Sudan and South Sudan don’t get a lot of publicity on the good deeds they are doing there. Ask yourselves, how often do you see fundraising ads on TV appealing for Sudan and South Sudan? I haven’t seen a single one myself!

 

Recently, we received an update from Fr. Paulraj in Khartoum, Sudan on the work of the Salesian fathers there. ( https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6w2koHuRzi0cXY5b3dldm5pX3c/view ).  Please be reminded that Sudan is an Islamic country and the government there is not very friendly towards organizations of other religions. In spite of the brave smiles they are showing in the photos, the Salesian fathers in Khartoum are actually operating under extremely challenging conditions. 

 

(Note: There was only one “Sudan” prior to July 2011. Since then it has divided into two parts. The northern part retained the name “Sudan” while the southern part is now known as “South Sudan”.  Khartoum, where Fr. Paulraj is working is in northern “Sudan” and it is an Islamic state. Gumbo, where the Salesian sisters are operating is in “South Sudan” where there is more religious freedom. Both countries are , however, among the poorest countries in the world according to UN.)

 

As outlined in Fr. Paulraj’s letter, they are trying to perpetuate the spirit of Don Bosco by converting the young kids roughen by war-torn childhood into useful and able bodies for society in future through the various training courses offered by their VTCs (Vocational Training Centres). It is the proven formula used by Saint Don Bosco to try to change the world one child at a time. Since the Salesian fathers are not getting help from the Islamic government of Sudan, the only way they could continue their good work would be the unrelenting supports from sources outside of the country. While the financial support we could offer them is limited, it is still very important to them.

 

Making a donation to support the work of the Salesian fathers and Salesian sisters in Sudan and South Sudan is easy and here are the most common ways:

 

1)      Using Credit Card: All you need is a quick phone call to me (Peter Leung: 604-306-3888) and it would take just a minute of your time, or

 

2)      Donation by cheque: please make your cheque payable to “Don Bosco Mission Office” and have it mailed to me (Mr. Peter Leung, 12207 Parktree Cr., Surrey, BC V3X 1Z9), or

 

3)      Interac e-Transfer: If you have an online banking account, most likely you can  transfer your donation to me directly from your bank account using this facility. Most banks do provide this service but some would charge a small handling fee, say $1.50 or so, or

 

4)      Other means: Just give me a phone call (Peter Leung: 604-306-3888). I shall be most happy to work it out with you.

 

Last but not the least, you donation to Sudan and South Sudan is tax-deductible. You will get a receipt from Don Bosco Mission Office for this purpose.

 

Yours sincerely

Don Bosco Alumni Association (BC) Canada

Peter Leung, Fundraising Coordinator

Phone: 604-306-3888

Email: info@donboscobc.com



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