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Gospel Week: Gratitude in the pandemic2022-12-17

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Our Gospel Week was held from December 12 to 16 this year.  The theme this year was “Gratitude in the pandemic”.  The Scripture says, “Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (Thessalonians 5:16-18), and “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:6-7).  As we approach Christmas, we give thanks to Jesus Christ for being our savior and trust that He will protect our peace in the pandemic.

Activities in the Gospel Week included displays of student artworks, a Christian book exhibition, Gospel game booths, Gospel stage plays, and Christmas worships.

Pui Ching holds flag-raising ceremony in commemoration of 23rd anniversary of founding of Macao S.A.R.2022-12-16

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Pui Ching held a flag-raising ceremony at 8a.m. today in commemoration of the 23rd anniversary of the founding of the Macao S.A.R..  As the national anthem was played, the national flag and regional flag slowly rose toward the top of the poles.  Pastor Au Yeung led the prayer, giving thanks for the prosperity of our country and the safe environment where we can teach and learn despite the pandemic. 


Principal Kou mentioned that although life has not been easy in the last three years, the Macao government has maintained its investment in education and in protective measures against the pandemic.  Principal Kou reminded teachers and students to stay safe as the virus spreads.  He also encouraged teachers and students to continue to contribute to technology education in accordance with the country’s newest policy.  Last but not least, Principal Kou wished everyone health, happiness, and many blessings.

Pui Ching students win championship in all categories in Gomoku Tournament2022-12-15

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The 2022 Bodhi Gomoku Tournament concluded on December 11.  The tournament consists of three categories, the Children’s Category, the Youth Category, and the Open Category.  The Ethical Competitor’s Award in each category aims to reward contestants who have not broken any rules during the competition. 


Student contestants from Pui Ching came in as the champion, the first runner-up, and the second runner-up in both the Children’s Category and the Youth Category.  Primary 6E student Lo Chan Hin competed in the Open Category and won the championship!


Award winners from Pui Ching are as follows:


Children’s Category:

Champion: Choi Choek Io (Primary 3D)

First runner-up: Mak Chon Ngai (Primary 3B)

Second runner-up: Chan Seong I (Primary 3D)


Youth Category:

Champion: Lam Chin U (Primary 4B)

First runner-up: Lai I Sam (Primary 4E)

Second runner-up: Lei Chi Son (Primary 6A)

Winner of Ethical Competitor’s Award: Wong Tik Kio (Primary 6B)


Open Category:

Champion: Lo Chan Hin (Primary 6E)

First runner-up: Lei Un Hou (Junior 1E)

Pui Ching contributes charity funds to community chest 2022-12-07

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Representatives of Pui Ching Middle School contributed MOP$340,686 of charity funds to the community chest through this year’s Walk for Millions event.


Principal Kou expressed hope that teachers and students can offer help to the underprivileged through the Walk for Millions charity event.  Walk for Millions has moved online this year, and the school strongly encourages teachers and students to participate in the virtual community event.


Teachers, students, and parents can scan the QR code in the picture on the right and join the “Pui Ching Middle School” Team to show their support.  

Member of Board of Directors gives talk on low-carbon development in Macao2022-10-05

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Our Senior 2 students and teachers attended a talk this afternoon on low-carbon development in Macao.  The talk was given by Dr. Choi Sai Peng, our member of board of directors and president of the Macao Urban Planning Institute.  Dr. Choi discussed China’s goals of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality and the social and economic development of the Great Bay Area.


As the first school in China to participate in the zero-carbon emissions scheme, Pui Ching encourages students to be aware of the importance of reducing carbon emissions and to practice living a low-carbon lifestyle.  Students actively asked questions on various issues to Dr. Choi after the talk and learned much from the discussion.