FORMER MALACCA HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS REGISTRATION FORM

Saturday, December 28, 2013

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014 and HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR


In a few days time, 2013 will end and we will usher in the New Year of 2014. We want to send our greetings to everyone for ushering 2014.

May 2014 bring us joy, happiness, health and peace to all Malaysians and our fellow humans around the world.

Also, by the end of January 2014, all Chinese around the world will usher in the Year of the Horse.

May the Horse gallops in prosperity, wealth and happiness for everyone.

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014 and QONG XI FA CAI in the YEAR OF THE HORSE.

Sunday, December 1, 2013

MALACCA HIGH SCHOOL WALKABOUT ON SAT. 30 NOVEMBER 2013

A small group of former MHS pupils and 2 lower 6 MHS pupils who acted as our school guides took us around Malacca High School on Sat. 30.11.13. 

Paul Lim and wife came in from UK, Kwong (1958),Johnny Yong and Kang came from KL. Kwong has never been back since 1958. Many structures have been demolished due to building of new blocks. 

Our Wisma Pengakap (1975-1998) is gone, basketball court is gone and most recently the HSOBA building (1964-2013) was acquired by the Education Ministry and reduced to dust. 

The school hall opened (1981- ) is in need of repairs. 
Wonder why the school has built a RM 1 million new astro turf hockey pitch in 2013? Who will be responsible for the maintenance? 


A historical school like Malacca High must not loose her soul and buildings with history which have links with the pupils.




MAHSOPA Welcoming Banner


Mr.& Mrs. Paul Lim from UK and Mr Kwong from KL



Confirmed. The ruins of HSOBA Building


Some of Walkers with MHS Guide


Walkers with MHS Guide
ir pupils.

MAHSOPA DONATES TO PHILIPPINES TYPHOON DISASTER FUND

During the MAHSOPA Dinner, a spontaneous donation appeal was made to those present. It was an appeal for cash donation to the recent Philippines Typhoon Disaster Fund.

Those present responded by donating cash amounting to RM 3,600.00. It was for a compassionate response to the unfortunate citizens of Philippines who was devastated by the typhoon.

MAHSOPA made history by donating to an International Relief Fund which we had never done before. Also, the presence of more than 350 former Malacca High pupils made this dinner our biggest ever held.

We expressed our big Thank you to all former teachers and former pupils who made an effort in attending this auspicious event of the year.

MELIORA HIC SEQUAMUR.