The Hongkong Telegraph.
Monday, February 20, 1933.
CHUNG NAN COLLEGE.
ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES YESTERDAY
The Chung Nan College, one of the latest additions to the educational institutions of the Colony, reported a successful year, on the occasion of the first annual distribution of prizes, held in the King's Theatre yesterday morning.
Prof. W.Brown, of the University, gave away the prizes, and at the conclusion had a few words of advice for the pupils.
A lengthy programme of Chinese music, songs, jugglery, and addresses was rendered in the course of the morning.
The school realising the importance of the movement of Boy Scouts, used every means possible to stir up the keen interest of the boys in the movement. In September the school found it possible to form a patrol of six, and three months later another patrol was added. I avail myself of this opportunity to express our gratitude to the Vice Commissioner, Rev. N.V.Halward, who in spite of his multifarious duties paid frequent visits of our Troop. Without his kind guidance, the troop would not have grown so readily and steadily.