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2019年度校内西洋棋比赛

我校韩江中学棋艺学会(二)为了培养学生们对棋艺更浓厚的兴趣,于10月31日(星期四)的联课活动期间举办了校内西洋棋比赛,开放于全校各个年级的学生参加。

当天一共有54名参赛者在放学钟声敲响后便到SE11班级报到。这项比赛把高中生与初中生分别分成了甲组及乙组,两组随后即诞生各组的冠亚季军及安慰奖一名。

来自韩江中学J1E3郭宗贤表示他为了参赛是因为西洋棋是他的其中一个兴趣。他也表示平时的时候会抽出一些空闲时间来切磋棋艺,偶尔有机会便参西洋棋比赛来与不同高手锻炼技艺。他为了让他的愿望成功达到所以不断地练习,提升自己的技巧。

来自韩江中学J15的谢建隆也表示他从小就开始对西洋棋有了兴趣。所以从小就开始对西洋棋好学。之外,从小就开始常试去参加各项西洋棋比赛发挥自己的兴趣。他也在他小时候曾经想方弃但听到别人的一翻话后还是坚持学习新的技巧。

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Anglo-Chinese Independent School’s Visit

On the 7th of November, a Singapore Regional Studies Programme was held. A number of 18 students and two teachers from Anglo-Chinese Independent School came for an educational visit to our school. They arrived at 9a.m in the morning and were welcomed by their host, Mr Samuel Ong.

Firstly, they were escorted to the S.T.E.A.M Lab and took their seats in the front rows. To start off the day, Mr Samuel gave a welcoming speech and introduced our school to the students. Next, a student representative from Singapore went up to give his speech. He thanked us profusely for granting them an educational visit to our school and that they hope to better understand about Malaysia’s education system and history.

After the speeches, Mr Samuel passed it over to Mr Yap Chin Pok for him to speak. Before he started off with the activities, Mr Yap gave a speech on S.T.E.A.M Education which was something completely new to the Singaporean students. He displayed videos about the Makers Fair and as well as a presentation about the Makers Club. He also spoke about the awards they have won with their creative inventions. When Mr Yap was finally finished with his speech, the hands-on activity began. Makers Club members were there to assist the students with the programming activity known as Arduino Uno. Students interacted with the club members, listening to instructions on how to do it. They were extremely interested in carrying out the activity.

At 10:30am, the students moved onto the next activity which was Robotics. The students were brought to a room and asked to take their seats. The president of the Robotics Club began their activity with a speech about robotics and the awards they have won in the competitions they attended. He also introduced the different methods of building a Lego robot and the time it usually takes. The students were also shown a video on the Lego League Competition that the Robotics team attended in the United States. Next, the students were allowed to walk around the room and look at the Robotics machines and Lego robots displayed on the tables.

Lastly, the students were guided to the Cultural Museum. The objective for the students to visit the Cultural Museum was to understand more about the history of Malaysian culture. A tour guide led them around the museum, explaining about the history of cultures and school. The students listened attentively to the detailed explanations given by the tour guide and were fascinated by the museum. After they finished touring the museum, the students gave out souvenirs to the teachers and students that helped them around. With that, their visit to our school was over and they headed off.

Joel Neo, a student from Anglo-Chinese Independent School stated that he found the school nice and interesting. He thinks that the difference between Penang and Singapore is that Singapore is just mainly built up of modern buildings as well as that everything seemed more manufactured and fabricated whereas Penang is more unique, vibrant and lively. Apart from that, he finds the activities that were done very interesting and finds it similar to a competition back in Singapore which is about ideas. He finds it surprising that we invent and create things for fun rather than for intentional competitions or performances. Another student is Loh Hong Ming. He says that our school is very nice and is full of wonderful facilities like labs and more. He believes that the difference between here and Singapore is that Singapore focuses more on manufacturing and factory work. He thinks that today’s hands-on activities were extremely fun. He particularly liked the Robotics activity because he learns Robotics and was happy to see that some students here have the same interests as him. He likes Penang, because he finds Penang unique and fascinating.

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Singapore Holy Innocents’ High School Visit

In order to allow students to experience new things and get to learn from our school while gaining more knowledge, one of the earliest Chinese Catholic High School in Singapore, Holy Innocents’ High School, visited Han Chiang High School on the 6th of November. A total of 35 students and 4 teachers participate in this activity. All of them were from the soccer and netball team in their school. They planned to stay in Penang for four days and three nights.

Holy Innocents’ High School was a government-aided Chinese Catholic High School with a long history of 127 years located in Singapore. Their main goal was to nurture students to be compassionate and morally upright citizens, committed to serving God and society. So as to reach their goal, they provided excellent education to their students in all aspects including languages, science, humanity and aesthetics. Besides that, they also had a wide range of co curricular activities for students to choose from such as uniform, sports, performing arts, societies and clubs.

In her speech, Principal Kung Bee Lee gave a warm welcome to all students and teachers of Holy Innocents’ High School for visiting Han Chiang High School for the very first time. She stated that she really appreciated this golden opportunity of students interaction and cultural exchange which would help students to enrich their experiences while improving their social skills. She also pointed out that she was keen to learn more about their school and was looking forward to their outstanding performance. Besides, she hoped that some of our students could pursue their studies in universities of Singapore in the future.

Besides that, Mr Yap Chin Pok gave a presentation to introduce our school’s new technology course STEAM Education to the students and teachers from Holy Innocents’ High School. After that, a quick workshop was held for students to carry out a basic electric project by using a microprocessor called Arduino. They had the oppoturnity to learn how to light up an LED. All of them were very enthusiastic in participating and offered a positive performance.

One of the teachers from Holy Innocents’ High School, Mrs Ku Tin Tin pointed out that although this was her first time visiting Han Chiang High School, she was really impressed about our school and felt honoured to have the chance to learn from our school. She stated that some of the students who came to visit Penang were selected by teachers, but there were also some who volunteered to participate in this activity. Moreover, she mentioned that the students of their school were quite similar to ours as most of our students were also Chinese. What made them special was that they were a mission school which always emphasizes the character of their students, such as humility, integrity, respect and love.

Raphael Chua, a student of Holy Innocents’ High School, stated that the environment in our school is very comfortable as there are various facilities and most importantly, the air conditioner. This was his first time visiting Han Chiang High School and he felt very happy to learn something new which he won’t learn it in class. He was also amazed by the STEAM Education that the presentation had mentioned just now. Therefore, he was looking forward to his next visit to Han Chiang High School.

Zi Ning, a student of Holy Innocents’ High School, pointed out that our school offered a very wide range of quality education for students to discover what they were really interested in, which was very nice. She stated that the workshop was complicated but enjoyable. At the same time, she learned a lot about programming, coding and many more. Other than visiting Han Chiang High School, she mentioned that they also visited some famous attractions in George Town to understand the traditions and cultures in Penang.

Before the event ended, they were brought to the cultural centre to learn about the glorious history of our school as well as Penang. Lastly, the event went smoothly and came to a successful conclusion at 2:30p.m. in the afternoon.

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万能颁学术励志奖 韩江61优异师生受惠

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韩江中学60名优异学生获万能企业有限公司颁发“万能学术励志奖”,以鼓励他们继续努力向上。

万能区域经理柏兰巴南透露,该集团从1995年通过企业社会责任,设立万能学术励志奖,而今年该集团共颁发44万3880令吉的奖金、荣誉奖状和纪念品予国内61间华文独立中学,并有2734名优秀生受惠。

他说,北马区8间学校的278名学生获学术卓越奖、54名学生获年度最佳学术跃进奖,以及8位老师获颁年度最敬业爱心教师奖。

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他指出,万能学术励志奖共有3个奖项,包括年度学术卓越奖、年度最佳学术跃进奖及年度最敬业爱心教师奖。

他周三在韩江独中的颁发仪式上,致词中如此指出。

该校有60名受惠优秀生,每人可获150令吉,此外1名老师也获颁年度最敬业爱心教师奖,出席上述颁发仪式者包括韩江中学校长江美利。

仪式上该校也赠送感谢牌匾及纪念品回馈万能企业有限公司。

江美利致词感谢万能通过颁发奖励金,给予该校的学生及教师鼓励。

 

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舞蹈团远赴成都国际非物质文化遗产节

于10月14日至23日间,我校韩江中学的舞蹈社受邀前往到中国成都参与了第七届中国成都国际非物质文化遗产节。韩江舞蹈社为此派了6位代表,即陈意、李洁、洪海莹、林昀蓓、杨立闲及杨淑文同学及教练林修端老师踏上远途。他们因此马不停蹄地准备了3支舞蹈,包括《壳动南洋情》,《南洋牡丹》和《甜妞》。

他们除了到中国成都展现才艺,把韩江发扬光大外,也参观了许多名声地如杜甫草堂、武侯祠 、宽窄巷子、熊猫基地及太古里,使得他们在这趟旅途中获益匪浅。

洪海莹
洪海莹同学表示她会想参与此次的演出是为了累计表演经验,同时也可以到外国增广见闻及学习中国丰富的文化特色。在筹备的过程中,虽然他们遇上了极大难关,即参加人数的难题,便将原先20人的舞蹈改为6人的舞蹈,在团员们的团结合作下,成功使6人将20人的编舞跳得有声有色。她亦十分感谢他们的教练,教练不但帮他们编排舞蹈,还要指导他们舞蹈动作、普及他们各种外国的习俗。这次的活动也是教练带着他们奔波劳碌,在他们的身边提醒他们各种事情。

洪同学也透露,本次不是很满意自己的表现,因为她认为尚存许多进步的空间。从中她也获益匪浅,学到了如何时刻保持良好的心态去应付突发状况。另外,她还因此行学到了许多原来没有接触过的东西,让她觉得在学习的道路上是源源不绝的,只有持续的努力学习,才会有能力去做好每一件事情,认真与投入会给自己带来更好的收获。她觉得所有的参赛者都付出了很多、在舞蹈的呈现上也看出了心思,因此没有什么较比的地方,大家都加倍珍惜此次难得的表演机会。

林昀蓓
林昀蓓同学表示她会想参与此次的演出是因为可以见识到别的国家的文化,并体验国际舞台是如何的。在筹备的过程中,她们遇到了团队合作的问题,一些人因不配合而导致了种种的问题发生,但最后大家自己反省后,演出也顺利的进行。她坦言,她最想感谢的人是教练,因为是教练给予了她们机会去参与此次的表演。教练也教会了她如何独立,成长且不去依赖他人,也让她有机会到这么大的舞台表演,认识了很多不同国家的人及他国的文化。她坦言不是很满意自己的表现,因为她没有做到最好,也让教练失望了很多次。

林同学透露,她从中学习到了如何在30秒内换装,也在10分钟内化好妆。她也领悟到了团队合作是多么的重要,尤其是在团体活动中如因少了一个人或者不配合都会影响到整个团队。她认为我们马来西亚的舞蹈与其他国家的舞蹈不一样的地方在于其他国家的舞蹈都是快速的而她们的节奏是偏慢的。不但如此,我校舞蹈社的服装也让很多其他国家的人另眼相看,因为她们的表演服装较为鲜艳,也比其他国家的服装好看。她认为此次去中国成都的表演非常有意义,这些都是无法从口中得到的经验,而是要亲身体会才能换取最珍贵的成果。

杨淑文
杨淑文同学表示非常荣幸可以被选到中国成都参加演出,因为此行只有6个人被选上,是个难能可贵的机会。虽然演出前已无限接近考试期,但她们仍需在每个星期六和日抽空练习舞蹈,而且还需在两天内学好一支新舞,可谓处于刻不容缓的局面。一开始,她透露自己因不够时间练习再碰上考试的来临而感到有点压力,但在大家的努力下也成功的把舞蹈学完,但她觉得还可以做得更好。她最想感谢在旁给予她帮助且支持的朋友,因为没有了她们,她也不会走到今天。杨同学表示这次她们去到中国去了一些历史性的地方,在那里学到了乐器,诸葛亮的东西和以前的人的生活方式等等。

她觉得这次去到中国不够努力,没有好好的练习,不管是比赛还是表演,都要把最好的自己表现出来。不管是在国外或国内表演,她认为身为一名负责人的舞蹈员,自身形象和纪律都应努力兼顾与保持,以避免来自老师和教练的失望。她坦言自己想做一个优秀的舞蹈员,她也为此全力以赴来时刻把最好的表现发挥出来,因而需要付出超常的精力和时间来锻炼舞技。通过本次国际的活动,她看到了来自不同国家的人,觉得每一个国家的传统舞蹈都各具特色,舞蹈亦多姿多彩,令人挪不开双目。

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手艺学会访St. Nicolas

人们说,上帝是不公平的。有些人在呱呱落地的时候就是一个被所有人宠着的小公主,在别人都在奋笔疾书的时候她在游山玩水。有些人还没出生,就已经被决定了命运,一辈子被拘束在偏远的小山村,不能受到良好的教育,甚至不能真正体会什么是快乐。但对于先天性失明的人,以上这些所谓的不公平都不值一提。

我相信看到这篇文章的人,都不知道先天性失明是什么样的感觉。看不到高楼林立的城市,漫山遍野的花草,车水马龙的街道,甚至看不到自己挚爱的亲人和爱人。这是一种什么样的痛苦,而这些人又是怎样凭着坚强的意志活到了今天,这是一个应该令所有人都沉思的问题。我们所有人的父母都有着贫富差距,外貌差距,性格差距等等,但是我们父母给了我们健全的五官和四肢,我们都可以看到这个美丽的世界。但是很遗憾,他们却没有机会看到我们能看到的这一切。

韩江中学手艺学会的学生非常同情这些先天性失明的孩子,于是借着义卖会给这些孩子筹款,希望能尽一些微薄之力。今天,我们受邀前去St. Nicolas盲人院进行参观。学生们对于这所特殊的学校内一切事物都感到很惊讶,整个学校环境很好,干净整洁,安静无声。除了参观校内的设施器械,我们还了解到盲人所读的书籍使用特殊的机器制作而成的。二十六个英文字母都有不同数量和排列方式,学生们通过数量和排列方式就可以顺利的读懂书籍。同时,学校还会叫这些学生一些有用的技能:烹饪,按摩和编竹篮等。这样,就算这些学生想去社会上闯荡,也有一些能让他们养活自己的手艺。

通过这次参观,学生们受益匪浅。采访了CE1班的潘贞佞同学,她认为这次参观她收获颇多,了解了盲人是如何看书识字,如何踏上社会养活自己。而且她很希望她尽的微薄之力能帮助这些人。人们说:赠人玫瑰,手有余香。我相信这些学生对盲人学校做的贡献,不止会造福他们,更会给自己的人生增添更大的财富。

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韩中学生作品交流展

为了让学生们拥有展出呕心沥血作品的平台,并更投入于艺术及提升艺术造诣和创意力,我校商美班CV2班将于明日起(4日)至6日,举办一场校内学生作品交流展,于体育馆展出学生们一整年的美术作品,供师生们欣赏。

本次的作品交流展一共有530幅来自各班级学生的优秀画作,包括水彩画、素描、服装设计、混合媒介、手工艺品等。来自CV2班的学生也将展出几幅将于明年毕业美术科展的画作,让师生们欣赏他们以时间和精力呈现的画作,并且了解明年毕业美术展阐述的概念。

除此之外,本次的作品交流展也由蔡锦鸿老师、苏梅源老师、刘庆日老师、符智全老师、谢瑞琴老师、郭梅贞老师以及范柳卿老师一起带领。

陈佳威同学(CV2)表示,这已经是他们继百年校庆画展后第二次负责的美术展,对于能够帮助学生们展现美丽优质的作品,还有推广明年毕业美术展的画作,感到非常高兴,也感谢校方给予CV2班如此宝贵的机会。希望学生们可以通过这次的校内学生作品交流展发掘艺术的美,扩展视野,用心感悟艺术所要传达的信息。

林艺铨同学(CV2)指出,感到非常开心能负责这次作品交流展,由于优秀的学生作品多不胜数,因此必须在短时间内分类好所有作品,从这个机会也学到了如何好好把握时间,做事不拖泥带水。
他说,明年毕业美术展将走向不随波逐流的主张思想,以色彩绚丽的涂鸦和错觉艺术为主,并通过视觉上的冲击让学生们领悟作品背后的意义。
为了配合该主题,他们也将突破自我,挑战崭新的画法,以更加特别的方式推广该主题。他坦言,为了这个展出付出了许多努力,过程中也遇到了不少困难。因此,希望学生们会喜欢这次的主题,同时通过这次的作品交流展真正理解他们的创作概念。

毕业典礼通告 Notice of Graduation Ceremony

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明天2/11 (周六)是本校一年一度毕业典礼。由于今年观礼者众多,席位有限,因此凭邀请卡进入礼堂,一张卡仅限一人入场。如没有邀请卡者,可到礼堂外面课室观赏典礼,我们将设现场转播,和摄影棚。

出席者请于8:30 am之前入席,典礼预计将12:00 pm结束。

另外,出席者车子可在7:30 am后进入校园,停放在本校体育馆旁停车场。

任何不便之处,敬请见谅。
Tomorrow (Saturday, 02 November 2019) is the school annual Graduation Ceremony. Due to a large number of attendees this year and limited hall capacity, only attendees with Invitation Card are allowed to enter the hall.

Please bring this invitation card and present it at the hall entrance. ONE (1) card admits for ONE (1) person only. Those without the invitation card may watch the live telecast of the ceremony in the classrooms. We will also set up a photo booth.

All attendees may enter the school compound after 7:30 am and park the vehicles at the car park beside the school indoor stadium.

Attendees should be seated by 8:30 am. The ceremony is estimated to end at 12:00 pm.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.