FORMER MALACCA HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS REGISTRATION FORM

Thursday, September 29, 2016

ONLINE DINNER REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE

HAVE YOU RESERVED YOUR SEATS FOR MHS 190!!!

MAHSOPA TO ASSIST FORMER PUPILS TO REGISTER ONLINE

After one month of placing our MHS 190th Anniversary Dinner announcement on our websites and social media for our former pupils to register online, some may find it cumbersome to do so. Let us assist you

MAHSOPA will assist you to register online, please provide the following details:

1. Name
2. Year completed Form 5 and / or Year completed Form 6
3. Mobile Number
4. Email address
5. No. of seats/tables for the dinner.

You can send your details to :

SMS / Whatsapp : 6019-662 9090

A notification will be emailed to you after the registration is successfully done.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

MAHSOPA CAREER TALK AT MALACCA HIGH SCHOOL

Our MAHSOPA deputy president, Dr. Leo Ann Mean presented MAHSOPA inaugural Career talk to Malacca High pupils today.
The title of this talk is " Career in Education".
Dr. Leo Ann Mean 







A series of career talks are being organised with Malacca High School management. The talks will be presented by former Malacca High graduates.

Another 2 more talks will be presented in this school year.

Robert Lim on "Career in Business" and Dato' Captain Hj. Abdul Aziz Abd. Rahim on "Career in the Shipping and Maritime Industry."

Saturday, September 17, 2016

MAHSOPA SINGAPORE CHAPTER SUCCESSFULLY HELD DIM SIM LUNCH

MAHSOPA Singapore Chapter successfully held a dim sum lunch for former Malacca High School pupils in NUS Club house yesterday.

At least 20 persons attended this function. Mr Yeo Keng Joon took up the baton in organising this event.

Hopefully, former Malacca High pupils can also hold such activities in their respective residence like in Melbourne, Hong Kong, London and even in USA.







Friday, September 16, 2016

MAHSOPA SINGAPORE CHAPTER LUNCHEON AT NUS TOMORROW

MAHSOPA SINGAPORE CHAPTER is holding her inaugural lunch meeting for former Malacca High School pupils residing in Singapore.

The primary organiser of this function is Mr. Yeo Keng Joon.

Some of our MAHSOPA Committee members from KL are also traveling down to Singapore to support our MAHSOPA members in Singapore.

At least 20 Malacca High School former pupils are attending this lunch.

The list of attendees are as follows:-

MAHSOPA Singapore lunch 2016
Chen Siew Ik 1966
Teo Hiow Hoong, Dr 1968
Ricky Chin 1966
Thirumoorthy, Dr 1964
John Tay 1958
Gary Chua 1965
Lim Koh Chin 1964
Gan Choon 1964
Mok Sim 1964
Robin Yeo 1971
Lim Chew Juat 1971
Ng Quek Peng 1971
Ng Quek Kong 1966
Seet QL 1966
Chan YING Lock 1966
Hazel Lam 1971
Kamlesh Kumar 1971
Yeo Keng Joon 1967
Tan Hui Min 1974
Gan PS 1974

This is a good start for our MAHSOPA Singapore Chapter and hopefully more former Malacca High School pupils will join in the future.

We want to express our sincere thanks to Mr Yeo Keng Joon for organizing this lunch.

Meliora Hic Sequamur

Monday, September 5, 2016

MHS 190 ANNIVERSARY DINNER ONLINE REGISTRATION

MAHSOPA is pleased to inform former Malacca High School pupils that we have provided here on online registration for pupils who wish to attend our Malacca High School 190th. Anniversary dinner.

Online bookings can be made individually or in batches.

The online registration form is here:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/malacca-high-school-190th-anniversary-dinner-registration-27359772817

MHS 190 ANNIVERSARY DINNER ONLINE REGISTRATION

MAHSOPA is pleased to inform put Malacca High School pupils that we have provided here on online registration for pupils who wish to attend our Malacca High School 190th. Anniversary dinner.

Online bookings can be made individually or in batches.

The online registration form is here:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/malacca-high-school-190th-anniversary-dinner-registration-27359772817

Friday, September 2, 2016

HAPPY RETIREMENT BY SFI PRINCIPAL

School's out: Malaysia's last La Salle school's teaching brother takes a bow 

SEPTEMBER 2016 @ 2:46 PM BY ADRIAN DAVID KUALA TERENGGANU: 

After 37 years of service, Malaysia’s last La Salle school’s teaching brother, Bro Michael Kum, is taking a bow. Kum, who turned 60 on June 28, bade farewell to the education profession after retiring from the St Francis Institution (SFI), Malacca. “I am now part of the retirees club and will enjoy benefits accorded to senior citizens. And more importantly, I can wake up a little later each morning to enjoy my precious sleep,” he said lightheartedly. After devoting the last quarter of a century to SFI, Kum was feted wiht a fitting farewell cum belated birthday dinner by members of the Francisan Club Kuala Lumpur at the Royal Selangor Club in Kuala Lumpur, recently. At the dinner, Francisan Club Kuala Lumpur president James Sia and its former president Emeritus Prof Tan Sri Augustine Ong presented Kum with a copy of a coffee table book on his life – ‘Bro Michael Kum: Happy 60th Birthday, Happy Retirement’. Sia, who is the managing director of SM Unique Mailing Services Sdn Bhd, sponsored the book’s publication. Kum retires with a remarkable sense of achievement. “I do not feel the age. I feel very blessed for the wonderful life God has given me; to have been able to teach the tens of thousands of students who went through the gates of SFI,” he said. Kum added that he had enjoyed his calling to educate others, especially the poor and downtrodden, helping them to spell, pronounce, read and write properly. “As a student myself, I struggled to do these in my early age. After I finished school, I made it a point to impart this very important knowledge to others suffering a similar fate. “I knew I was cut out to be a teacher and wanted to serve society usefully,” said Kum, who will soon embark on the next stage of his career at the St Joseph’s Institution International School Tropicana campus in Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Kum had been teaching English as it is his favourite subject, and had always admired his former teachers who painstakingly took pride in teaching him and his fellow students. On his farewell celebration, Kum said he had only expected a simple cake – so he was pleasantly surprised to have been given an honour guard by the school’s uniformed associations, as well as a coffee table book on his life in photographs, and a grand dinner by the Franciscans. In praising Kum, Sia said that SFI students, teachers and fellow Franciscans had been witness to historic and glorious years of education in the catholic mission. “We salute the likes of Kum, who had contributed immensely to providing quality education for students from all walks of life, especially in the English language. “We pay great tribute to the La Salle brothers who started their noble mission in Malaya in March 1852, and 50 years later, started their mission in SFI in 1902. “We Franciscans and generations of La Sallians have benefitted from the dedication of the brothers,” said Sia. He added that the La Sallian alumni were committed to preserving the brothers’ legacy, which was guided by good moral values and discipline. Facebook 541 Twitter Share 541 Francisan Club Kuala Lumpur president James Sia (left) and its former president Tan Sri Augustine Ong presenting Kum with a copy of the coffee table book on his life at the farewell dinner at the Royal Selangor Club in Kuala Lumpur. Photo by Adrian David

Selanjutnya di : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/09/170266/schools-out-malaysias-last-la-salle-schools-teaching-brother-takes-bow?m=1