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Monthly Happy Hour. Last Friday each
month 6:00-8:30pm. $180 free flow. Bit Point 1 Lan Kwai Fong.
Monthly Luncheon. 1st Thu 1pm each month. 香港蘇浙滬同鄉會餐廳 Kiangsu Chekiang and Shanghai Residents (HK) Association Restaurant. 4/F Manning House, Central.
PREMIUM WINE SET
A box of 6 bottles of Shiraz from the Barossa Valley, Australia, with DBS label.
Torbreck has handpicked grapes
from this ancient vineyard, gently basket pressed and aged the wine in old French oak to produce a rich & spicy red.
Price: HK$ 1,450 per set of 6 bottles.
It is with great pleasure I hereby announce inception of DSOBA Cricket Team.
Over the years we had many old boys asking us about cricket team and finally with help of DSOBA we successfully have cricket team now. A special thanks goes to Mr.Lewis Yeah (team adviser) & Mr. Eddie Tse (Convener) for getting us together and forming the team.
With any sport & team, participation is very important, we need support from all you cricket lovers out there to come join us for training and games of cricket team. It doesn’t matter how good or rusty you are, your participation alone is what matters the most.
Our short term objective is to have pool of players to train together and play few social league games. We will be practicing bi-weekly basis at USRC
at or simply join our DSOBA Cricket team facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/1399426503690486/
Faisal Mohammed (Class of 1997)
Dear DSOBA Members and Friends,
Due to the coming holidays and traveling plans of many members, please be informed that the DSOBA Monthly Happy Hour on 26th December 2014 will be canceled.
Our monthly Happy Hour will resume on 30 January 2015. Mark your calendar and stay tuned... We are brewing something BIG and FUN that will guarantee you a great Friday night!
Wishing you Merry Christmas and a Happy 2015.
Jerome Leung '83
Chairman, Social Activities Sub-committee
Thanks for everyone's support with our music newsletter launch in August! We are proud to announce our new November issue of the DSOBA Music E-newsletter. It will include a quick update of the recent performances and events that DSOBA music members has involved; great results and milestones our current boys have achieved in music; also a summary of the exciting events that we have scheduled ahead of us. An electronic copy of the E-newsletter is attached below and is posted on the DSOBA site for your viewing.
DSOBA music subcommittee 2014
Wonderful weather and what a great School Fete we had! Thanks to all the old boys that helped in the DSOBA stall.
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DBSAC at HK Masters Series 2014. Wanchai Stadium
- won Men's division overall title by 420+ points (max 700 point!)
- won age group M40 and M60 individual champions
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Global Career Forum on 1 November, 2014 (Saturday)
DSOBA and DBS Centre for Further Studies will be hosting this year’s Global Career Forum at 2:00pm on 1 November 2014 at the School Hall. In previous years, this event was called “University Day”. We would like to invite you to help out at this event.
DSOBA and DBS Centre for Further Studies have been hosting this event for many years with a lot of success, and this event has always been well received by current DBS boys and their parents. The event is aimed at helping upper form students to better understand and plan their higher education and career roadmap after DBS. In the past, the focus was on the university application process and choice of universities. Last year, we took a more rounded approach aiming to provide guidance regarding career options beyond their higher education. We will be doing so again this year, and with a view to better reflecting this approach, the name of the event has been changed to “Global Career Forum”.
The overall format of the event is similar to previous years’. Old boys will be sharing tips and advice with the students in a discussion group setting. We hope to have representatives from each of the four DSOBA professional chapters (medical, legal, IT and media, and design building and architecture) and graduates from a wide range of universities (Hong Kong, UK, USA and Australia) on hand to share their experience with the students.
It is intended to be informative but informal. No preparation should be needed, and you will just need to “speak your mind”. We plan to kick start the event with an optional lunch at 12:30pm in the Glass Pavilion. The discussion forum will start at 2 pm in the School Hall. The entire event should finish at around 4.30 pm.
We look forward to your support.