The new year of 2023 and Chinese New Year of Rabbit will soon be around the corner for gatherings and joyful events with our family and friends! Diocesan Graduate Singers will be holding its Annual Concert named "Come to the Music" in mid-January 2023. Please invite your friends and families to come back home and have fun with us!
Date: 14 January 2023 (Saturday)
Venue: Auditorium, DGS, 1 Jordan Road.
Fee: HK $220 per participant
(Guests aged 3 or above are welcome. Tickets are required for all participants)
Please refer to the link below for more concert details:
First come first served. Ticket sales will begin at 09:00 on 9 Dec 2022 via Google Form Order:
Thank you for your support!
Diocesan Graduate Singers
We are delighted to let you know that the DGS Mini Bazaar 2022 will be held on 20th December 2022 (Tuesday) from 9:45 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. (last admission at 12:30 p.m.).
In view of the pandemic situation, special arrangements have been put in place by the School to ensure social distancing and safety, including the following:
If you are interested in coming to the Mini Bazaar, please register at https://form.jotform.com/dogainfotech/dgs-mini-bazaar-2022 on or before 13th December 2022 .
Registration is on a first-come-first served basis as we can only accommodate 500 alumnae and priority…
In spirit of Christmas, we are hosting a festive Wreath-Making Workshop that will make the perfect decoration just in time for the Christmas holiday. Reserve your spot now and create memorable moments this holiday season!
Date: 10 December (Saturday)
Venue: DGS Art Room, 1 Jordan Road.
Quote: 40 people
Fee: HK$50 per participant + $150 per set of material
First come first served, workshop is for DOGA members and one immediate family member only!
Please refer to the link below for more details:
Registration opens now!
Registration link: https://form.jotform.com/dogaartclub/christmas-wreath-workshop
See you there!
DOGA Art Club
The window of application for the 17 th batch of DOGA Mentoring Program is now open!
This is a 12-month program ( http://www.doga.org.hk/images/attachment/events/2022/mentoring2023.pdf ) for the mentor and mentee to form a mutually agreed learning partnership based on the career interests of the mentee’s. This could be face-to-face meetings, phone conversations, email correspondence or other communication via social network!
We welcome existing DOGA members who have great career experience to be our Mentors and share their invaluable insights with our fellow members.
To become a Mentor:
We welcome all DOGA members who has graduated from college or university over 5 years to become a mentor.
To become a Mentee:
You must be an existing DOGA member who is currently in your undergraduate studies, or have graduated less than 3 years from college or university. Priority will be given to those members who have not participated in this program before.
Benefits of Being a Mentee:
Learn new skills and competencies in a safe environment.
Choose your pace. Expand your skills according to your schedule.
Expand your knowledge base. Your mentor will not only…
We are proud to present DGSingers' first ever online concert recorded in November 2021! We are delighted to have completed this singing project when arranging rehearsals and recordings were such a challenge during the pandemic months. But we did it! This is also our first time singing a full Chinese repertoire. The theme of the concert《萃韻傳情》incorporated four types of emotion – 愉悅之情 pleasing, 不捨之情 longing, 慨嘆之情 sighing and 懷念之情 reminiscing. Eleven Chinese songs were selected, including 踏雪尋梅, 問鶯燕 and 杜鵑花, which were composed by three Chinese composers – 黃自, 黃友棣 and 黃永熙. Under the baton of Mrs. Christina Chiang, over 40 choir members recorded the melodious pieces in the form of full chorus, ensemble group and solos at the DGS Auditorium.
Message from our conductor Mrs Christina Chiang:
" Thou heavenly art, in the many gloomy hours when life's fierceness entangled me; You kindled a warm love in the depths of my heart and lifted me to a better world …… "
The lyrics of Schubert's famous song "To Music" truly conveys what wonders music can do to help us set free the emotions hidden…
Wishing you a healthy and prosperous year of the Tiger!
For those who have missed the DGS mini bazaar held in December last year, we are pleased to inform that the souvenir items are available for ordering from DOGA office direct to your home. Some of the popular souvenir items in this season are "DGS girl" hand sanitizer, all-purpose sports backpack and the light weight cashmere shawl.
If you are interested in any DOGA souvenir item, we welcome you to visit our website at http://www.doga.org.hk/index.php/doga-news/souvenir-sale and download the order form to place your order.
Despite of the pandemic, DOGA has continued to keep in touch with its members through various online events. We hope to resume to more in-person activities in the coming months.
|November 29||Social Subcommittee Zoom Workshop - Health Regimen From Stretching & Myofascial Release|
|December 10||Art Club Christmas Wreath Workshop|
|December 20||DGS Mini Bazaar|
|January 14||Diocesan Graduate Singers Concert|
|February 11||Heep Hong Flag Day|
|February 17||Mentorship Programme Kick-off|
|March|| S6 DOGA Introduction Talk |
University Group Gathering (Australia)
Netball League (ends)
|April||Styrofoam Recycling Event|
|May||Art Club Mother's and Father's Day Event|
|June 17||Dr Symons Scholarship Selection|
|June 24||DGS Career Fair|
|June|| DOGA Annual General Meeting |
S6 Students and University Alumnae Gathering