Newsletter _ Dec 2017

Newsletter Dec 2017

She is a Maneater

A Magnificent Run - Maneater Gobbles Them Up In Diamond Mile

Winston Kong, SHE'S A MANEATER's owner, has temporarily overtaken BIGDADDYKOOL's Stephan Narinesingh in the owners' championship by approximately $1 million.
For more details -http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/sports/20171203/magnificent-run-maneater-gobbles-them-diamond-mile

 

Prayer Requests

Fellow CJ's,

As the population of CJ's age, many of us are going through the usual aches and pains, but many are also very sick, so I will be introducing a new section to our newsletters to be called "Prayer Requests".

If you know of anyone, family or friends who and not doing well at this time and you would like us to list under "Prayer Requests" please send me an email.

Here are some requests.


Longtime businessman Ken Phang (wife NanNan) Miami, Florida has been in and out of the hospital for the past few months. Your prayers for him to get well are requested.


Prayers are requested for Brigitte Chin Loy the daughter of Wayne and Marlene Chin Loy


Daryl Chang ( wife Mellie ) son of Ernest and Betty Chang of Miami, Florida is putting up a great fight against his sickness and we are all proud of him and ask for your prayers. God is the best doctor and prayer is the best medicine. 


Ella Chang of Toronto Canada has not been well for the past year and we all ask for your prayers for her better health. 

Letters to my Grand Children

 

Canada150  Art  &  Heritage  Connection  Exhibition

Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto

The Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto with the support of the Canada Heritage Federal Government held a spectacular Canada150 Art & Heritage Connection Exhibition to celebrate Canada's 150th. Anniversary of Confederation.

 

The Toronto Hakka Heritage Alliance (THHA) was invited to be a part of the Steering Committee and the Official Opening Ceremony was held on Saturday 11 November 2017 with cultural performances and painting demonstrations.

 

                     

 

There were over 150 pieces of artwork selected for display from professional, amateur and youth artists, plus, a special exhibition of First Nations art celebrating the indigenous presence for over hundreds of years in Canada.

 

Among the diverse artists were 4 Hakka Chinese artists, namely, Shirley Wong (Jamaica), Eddie G. Sit Yee (Mauritius), Peters Tsang (Hong Kong) and Carol Williams-Wong (Jamaica).

 

The Canada150 Art & Heritage Connection Exhibition will move on the be displayed in Vaughan and the City of Markham as well.

 

            

The Blue Mountain e-Journal

This is the newsletter from the Chinese Cultural Association of Jamaica, whose editor is Dr.Kai Meng Lui who is an old friend of mine.

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