As we emerge from the shadows of the pandemic and witness the world slowly return to normalcy, it gives me immense pleasure to welcome you back to our vibrant alumni community.
This issue of the Newsletter is about “Reconnection”, and we are excited to share the latest updates and developments happening within our alumni circle.
In the past few months, we have resumed many of our alumni activities, reigniting the connections that have always been the backbone of our network. It was truly a pleasure to reconnect and exchange ideas with those of you who attended and supported these past events. Social gatherings such as Spring Dinner, Happy Hour Drinks and Summer Gathering have received great responses, and our popular Annual Dinner, with a glamorous theme of “The Great Gatsby”, will return in October 2023. After a long suspension, the Alumni Basketball League has made a comeback, calling all basketball-loving players to join. Other activities, including the Mentor Programme College Fair and community service visits, were met with enthusiasm and positive energy. We are happy to share the joy and fellowship witnessed during the resumed gatherings of our overseas alumni groups in the UK, the USA and Australia this summer. Furthermore, alumni in various occupations, namely Medicine, Finance and Ophthalmology, also organised social gatherings to promote fellowship within their respective career fields. All in all, it has been an eventful summer.
We recognise the importance of maintaining strong relationships with our alumni, whether you are based overseas or closer to home. Our goal is to create a supportive network that fosters connections and enables collaboration among alumni around the world.
Looking ahead, we are excited to plan a series of upcoming events and networking opportunities aimed at facilitating friendship, professional development, and knowledge sharing among our alumni. Whether you have just graduated or have been part of our alumni community for years, we invite you to stay connected and engaged.
Winnie Leung 梁詠詩 (1985)
SPCC Alumni Association