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- Literature and Us – by Kong Shiu Loon
- Language and Identity – by Kong Shiu Loon
- Gratitude – by Kong Shiu Loon
- Fear – by Kong Shiu Loon
- Up Mt. Emei – by Kong Shiu Loon
- Swing On – by Kong Shiu Loon
- Dignity – by Kong Shiu Loon
- Times and We – by Kong Shiu Loon
- Autumn – by Kong Shiu Loon
- A Happy Summer Day – by Kong Shiu Loon
Tag Archives: SeanCoghlan
“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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[For ‘Birds in WYHK’, click the image and go to “Quiet Moments with Fr. Sean Coghlan, S.J.” on the right column.]
“…. I have identified thirty seven different kinds of birds in Wah Yan
…. to join their friends in the freedom of Wah Yan….”
Just wonder if they visit WYK now.
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Looking at Fishes Po Chu-I (772-846) tr by Father John Turner, S.J.
As all around the pool I went,
Watching the fishes glide:
In fishing-boat on fishing bent
My little ones I spied.
The love of fish did each one lead
As each one’s fancy took him.
For I came out my fish to feed:
And you came out to hook him.