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Civic Education Forum: Faith and Politics (Sep 19, 2013)

Based on the principle of liberal education, the promotion of civic awareness and responsibility among students has been the focus of our civic education work.  We provide a neutral and open platform for students at all times.  Over the years, DBS has held forums and seminars on social issues to build up independent and critical thinking capabilities among our students.

The forum held on September 19, 2013 serves this purpose. On the day of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival which symbolizes the reunion of families, three renowned old boys - Dr. Benny Tai (class of '81), Mr. Michael Tien (class of '67) and Mr. Jat Sew-tong (class of '82) will return to the DBS family and share their views and experiences on Christianity and political development in Hong Kong with their younger brothers. We believe that holding dialogues on important issues in respectful manner can help students understand, appreciate and learn the important values of tolerance, respect and gentleman’s discourse.

DBS Civic Education: Guest Speakers (2009-13)

Year: 2012-13

Name Occupation
Mr. Cheung Sau Yin
Political Activist
Miss Chow Ching
Miss Cyd Ho
(Labour Party)
Mrs. Regina Ip
(New People’s Party)
Mr. Tsang Yok Shing
President of LegCo

Year: 2011-12

Name Occupation
Mr. Shen Xu Hui
Mrs. Anson Chan
Political Commentator
(Former Chief Secretary for Administration)
Mr. Fung Wah Kin

 Year: 2010-11

Name Occupation
Wong Yuk Man
(People Power)
Mr. Alan Leong Kah-kit
(Civic Party)
Mr. Raymond Tam
Director of the Chief Executive's Office

Year: 2009-10

Name Occupation
Mr. Szeto Wah
(Democratic Party)
Miss Emily Lau
(Democratic Party)
Miss Adeline Wong
Under Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs
Mr. Leung Chun Ying
Member of ExCo


17 September, 2013