Alumni News and Sharing

Alumni News and Sharing

Lee Woo Sing College (WS) are inviting our dear alumni to share their memories and thoughts about WS life, as well as latest career development, with our WS students. We believe your words and advice can inspire WS-ees and boost them to meet oncoming challenges.

Please VISIT HERE and put down alumni's words on our Voice Collection Form. The College plan to invite contributors to attend College's actvities and have face-to-face exchange with the students.

We look forward to receiving your feedback and support!


Connection before Solution - Matthew Kwok's Post-Graduate Career in Emotional Education

Matthew Kwok - WS Alumni

Mr. Matthew KWOK Tsz Lok (郭梓樂) - 2017 / Faculty of Law Graduate (Centre)

Mr. KWOK joins the teaching profession after completion of undergraduate studies. Recently, he founded a social enterprise called “JUST FEEL” with friends. The enterprise promotes compassionate communication through collaboration with primary schools. This new mode of education allows students to express emotions, instead of pure rewards or penalties, to enhance their EQ or sociability.

CLICK HERE to watch an in-depth report on Mr. KWOK’s sharing.




Wilson Chow - WS Alumni

Mr. Wilson CHOW Wa Shing (周華盛) - 2018 / Faculty of Business Administration Graduate

I recalled that I ranked Lee Woo Sing College as my last choice of college selection. Apparently, i was still enrolled into LWS college and it unexpectedly made the best memories of my university life.

LWS college is my “second home”. During my five years of studies, I spent a lot of time in college activities, such as college basketball team, hostel activities, singing contest, so on and so forth. I met true and kind friends here who later became my best friends even after graduation. With all my respect, college staff here are also so nice that they are just like my family members and I gained enormous support from them.

It is my sincere pleasure to spend my five-year university life at LWS college and I wish all of you could experience a wonderful college life here.




Adrian Ho - WS Alumni

Mr. Adrian HO (何善彰) - 2016 / Faculty of Law Graduate

Adrian Ho, an alumnus of LWS College (2012-16), is a local author who has published his eleventh novella The Final Word in July 2019. He has engaged in writing detective novellas for ten years, stretching back into his secondary school days, His novels have garnered attention from the media, and he has been autographing in the HKTDC July Book Fairs ever since.

Adrian has been to many schools in Hong Kong, inspiring students to write and communicate using English.

After a three-year-stint being a ‘School Writer’ in a local primary school, Adrian is now a Ph.D. student in the English Literature Department FKH, researching on connections between Agatha Christie’s novels and the law.




Mandy Ho - WS Alumni

Ms. Mandy HO Ka Man (何嘉敏) - 2015 / Faculty of Engineering Graduate (Bachelor and Master Degrees)

(Chinese Version Only)

和聲書院培育我以知識回饋社會的心,所以畢業後我不但參與鐵路項目的建設以推動社區的連繫及發展,亦同時積極投入社會服務,幫助有需要的人。本人更有幸獲選為香港工程師學會「年度傑出見習工程師」,以表揚我對學會及社會的貢獻。

我現時負責東鐵線訊號系統更新工程,透過加密班次來服務更多市民。我亦參與沙中綫南北走廊信號系統建設,便利大眾的生活。與此同時,我主動籌備及參加本地和海外不同的義工服務計劃,希望建立一個關懷互助的社會。




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Ms. TSE Wing Nam (謝穎楠) - 2014 / Faculty of Engineering Graduate

(Chinese Version Only)

轉載自【太陽報專訊】【記者潘嘉寶報道】(2014-12-28)

小妮子求突破增肥維修巴士

維修巴士並非男士專利,女士們也可「擔大旗」﹗年僅二十二歲的謝穎楠,最近成為九巴成立八十一年來首位女見習工程師,首兩年要落手落腳到維修車廠從基本功做起,體重僅九十多磅的穎楠,弱質纖纖,拿起重型維修工具或零件時頗為吃力,為應付新工,一反潮流努力增肥提升力量,現時坐巴士時也刻意揀選後排座位,聽聽引擎聲,務求更加掌握巴士結構。

今年畢業於中文大學機械與自動化工程學系的謝穎楠,參加了九巴見習工程師訓練計劃,今年八月入職,計劃旨在培育技術管理人才,首兩年先要到各車廠學習維修引擎、波箱、車底盤等。穎楠說,小時候志願是做科研工作,喜歡較實務的機械,加上幼時與兄長一起砌模型,而兄長現時又從事汽車維修,因而對維修增添興趣:「想做啲平時少女仔做嘅嘢,突破自己」。

現時穎楠在荔枝角車廠實習,由於不少維修工具及零件也相當重,對於不足一百磅、身高約一米六的她頗為吃力,故要增肥,「食多碗飯」。入職前,穎楠嫲嫲曾擔心她會否「畀人蝦」及危險,自己亦擔心被維修師傅嫌棄自己「細粒」及「阻頭阻勢」,幸對方都願意耐心教導。而同事屬全男班,小妮子更獲得優待,笑言:「粗重嘢多數男仔做。」

坐巴士刻意細聽引擎聲

她又憶述,首日上班穿了一條套裝裙,在車廠引來奇異目光,事實上工作時會換上工衣,故自此也不敢再穿裙上班。為應付新工作,穎楠惡補維修書籍,現時坐巴士時也多留意巴士的型號、設計,甚至細聽引擎聲,冀有助掌握巴士結構。

九巴高級經理鄭中仁表示,穎楠除了是九巴歷來首位女見習工程師外,亦是見習工程師計劃推行三十五年來首度有女性應徵,指她面試時表現出色脫穎而出。