1862 — Queen's College 150th Anniversary Open Days





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Published on Apr 29, 2012

Principal's opening & closing speech at:

President of Student Council's opening & closing speech at:

6,860 visitors joined '1862' — Queen's College 150th Anniversary Open Days which completed on April 21. Steered by Nouveau, 27th Student Council, the annual two-day event showcased an amazing array of exhibitions, performances and activities all initiated by boys of Queen's College.

In his opening address, SC President Albert Lam unveiled the meaning of the design. "The red circle is called an ensō in Zen Buddhism. It is made by drawing a circle with one stroke of the pen. It shows the perfectness and beauty of imperfectness. That is essentially how we think Queen's College shows itself." He urged boys of Queen's College to stay true as the beauty of imperfectness shows and shines itself.


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