“In the morning I often stand in the archway near the telephone room, watching the students on the last stage of their journey to school. There is a striking difference in how the students walk and hold themselves. Many, very many in fact, look brisk and cheerful… A few, however, look dull, sad and preoccupied… It saddens me to think that some Wah Yan students may have nothing to look forward to during a day at school…”
Be you a wahyanite, a teacher or a parent, you’ll feel good reading this passage by Father Coghlan when he was the Principal in Wah Yan College, Hong Kong. (A. Ho)
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