The China Mail.
Hongkong, Monday, September 29, 1924.
OUR BOY SCOUTS.
LETTER OF PRAISE FROM CHIEF.
The following letter from Sir Robert Baden Powell, head of the Boy Scouts Association has been received by Scoutmaster, K.C.Kong, of the Saiyingpun School No.7 troop:
12th August, 1924.
Dear Scoutmaster Kong,
My attention has been drawn to the work done by yourself and other Scouters and Scouts in connection with the unfortunate bus accident which took place recently. I shall be glad if you will convey to the relatives of the Scout who lost his life, my sincere sympathy.
I am very proud that you should all have rendered much splendid and efficient service. In attending to those who were injured, forgetting your own troubles, you have proved in an unmistakable manner how Boy Scout Training promotes selfless service for other people and on behalf of the Boy Scouts Association I offer you cordial thanks.
(Sd.) ROBERT BADEN POWELL.