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Mr Chiu Kwok-fu used to be a part-time teacher and programme director of Mongkok Workers' Night School, (the predecessor of HKCT. He read mechanical engineering at university). As a student, he aspired to become a teacher, and yet wanted to put into practice what he learned at university. Upon graduation, he landed a fulltime job in mechanical engineering and became a mathematics part-time teacher at Mongkok Workers' Night School.

On the face of it, it looks like a small school. But it actually houses a comprehensive range of practical facilities," he says of HKCT's first independent campus.

 

 

Mr Chiu says highly of the sophisticated teaching facilities at HKCT, including the Mock-up Hotel Room and Mock-up Cabin, which are modelled on real life situations and designed to enhance students' competitiveness in the job market.

 

Speaking of the old days, Mr Chiu remembered the learning environment at the night school was somewhat formal as the school did not offer well-equipped facilities and blackboard was almost the only form of teaching equipment. However, he was impressed by the diligence of the students, which motivated him to keep improving himself and work towards his goals.

 

To recall his fondest memories, Mr Chiu said he still missed the moments of having sweet soup and chatting with his colleagues together at a dessert shop near the school. Most of them though had fulltime job during day times but were passionate of teaching. It wasn't easy to take up two jobs at the same time, but they all remained devoted to the education to assist students, Mr Chiu says.

 

 

During his recent visit to the HKCT campus, Mr Chiu went to the canteen on the first floor, where he met and talked with some students and was impressed by their passion and optimism.

 

In the past, its teachers and students had great hopes of the school's future, and they were not disappointed. As today, HKCT has its own campus, and Mr Chiu credited that to its relentless efforts and contribution to the local education sector over the past decades. He encouraged HKCT staff and all its students would continuously cherish every opportunity, aim higher and work harder.

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Mr Chiu Kwok-fu used to be a part-time teacher and programme director of Mongkok Workers' Night School, (the predecessor of HKCT. He read mechanical engineering at university). As a student, he aspired to become a teacher, and yet wanted to put into practice what he learned at university. Upon graduation, he landed a fulltime job in mechanical engineering and became a mathematics part-time teacher at Mongkok Workers' Night School.

On the face of it, it looks like a small school. But it actually houses a comprehensive range of practical facilities," he says of HKCT's first independent campus.



Mr Chiu says highly of the sophisticated teaching facilities at HKCT, including the Mock-up Hotel Room and Mock-up Cabin, which are modelled on real life situations and designed to enhance students' competitiveness in the job market.

Speaking of the old days, Mr Chiu remembered the learning environment at the night school was somewhat formal as the school did not offer well-equipped facilities and blackboard was almost the only form of teaching equipment. However, he was impressed by the diligence of the students, which motivated him to keep improving himself and work towards his goals.

To recall his fondest memories, Mr Chiu said he still missed the moments of having sweet soup and chatting with his colleagues together at a dessert shop near the school. Most of them though had fulltime job during day times but were passionate of teaching. It wasn't easy to take up two jobs at the same time, but they all remained devoted to the education to assist students, Mr Chiu says.



During his recent visit to the HKCT campus, Mr Chiu went to the canteen on the first floor, where he met and talked with some students and was impressed by their passion and optimism.

In the past, its teachers and students had great hopes of the school's future, and they were not disappointed. As today, HKCT has its own campus, and Mr Chiu credited that to its relentless efforts and contribution to the local education sector over the past decades. He encouraged HKCT staff and all its students would continuously cherish every opportunity, aim higher and work harder.