University of Saint Joseph and her Alumni Association explored Chinese Confucian culture
“University is an essential media to education. Attention has to be paid on Confucian culture study, to enhance students’ understanding and comprehension on Chinese and western traditional culture. It’s has been a long run that Macau is an exchange of Chinese and western culture. More exchange and communication have to be addressed to better enrich two different cultures. Hence, University of Saint Joseph wishes to bring the constantly latest contribution to the society.”
”The sage, Confucius’s teaching on education remains as an significance on contemporary education. Macau society ought to advocate Chinese traditional culture and cultivate the idea of “respect to the teachers”.
AAUSJ Christmas Charity Visit 2012
More than 10 delegates from AAUSJ visited the Children Center of Our Lady of Penha (Lar de Nossa Senhora da Penha) on 1 December for the Christmas Charity. A number of daily-consumption frozen food and aprons are presented to the Center with singing the tradition Christmas songs to the intellectually-disabled children in the Center to celebrate Christmas.
Cynthia Leong, Chair of the General Assembly of AAUSJ, expects to have more alumni to support the social vulnerable groups for their both material and spiritual needs. Through this charity visit, she is looking for establishment of a regular mechanism to visit the children and to assist them, in order to build a long-term relationship with them.
The delegates feel that such charity visit is very fruitful to understand the needs of the intellectually-disabled children and they also expect that AAUSJ can organize more charity activities in coming future to respond to the needs in the community. This delegation includes Benjamin Yue, President of the Executive Committee, Isabel Tchiang, VP of the Executive Committee and Miles Choi, Secretary of the Executive Committee.
A Message from the President of the Alumni Association of the University of Saint Joseph to All Graduands of 2012