SJCS Annual Report

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES Liza Yao-Bate President

Stella Maleen Chua Sia Treasurer

Stephen L. Yu VP Internal

Charles Kohchet-Chua

Contents Message from the President 5

Golden Jubilee Celebration 6 SJCS Golf Classic 2014 8 Career Talk 11

VP External

Aileen Ang B. Grant Cheng Aldrin Chua Giovanni Co Alfred Lao Lino Lim Jr. Edwin Ong Beatrice Tan

Meet & Eat 12 Wealth Investing Seminar 13


Grand Alumni Homecoming 2014 14

Betty Dante-Aw

Welcome New Graduates 18 Alumni Statistics 19 2015 FEDRUN


Summer Internship Program 24 Communications 25 FFCAAI Activities Giving Back



The Judenite Endowment Fund 30 Wish Ko Lang 31 Chinese Curriculum Development 32 Donors 34


David Chua Francis Glenn Yu Vice Chairman

Edward Lim Alfred Chua Kenneth Hartigan-Go Michael Tan Johann Tan Richard Cuan


At a Glance Saint Jude Catholic School Alumni Association is a non-profit corporation that was founded in 1997 with the purpose of fostering camaraderie and networking by engaging all alumni through communication, programs, services and volunteer opportunities.

OUR VISION A strong association with active and united members responding to the needs of the association and the school, guided by the principles and ideals imparted by our Alma Mater. A relevant association with active alumni membership and participation. With members who contribute their skills, resources and undertake projects both internally and externally to the school and society. The SJCSAA serves as a venue for networking and camaraderie among its members.

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Board of Trustees

Ana Melissa (Liza) Yao

Stella Maleen Chua-Sia



Stephen Yu

Charles Kohchet-Chua

Aileen Ang

Grant Cheng, CFA

VP Internal Chairman, Programs Committee

VP External Chairman, Golf Committee

Chairman, Youth Committee

Chairman, Ways & Means

Aldrin Chua

Giovanni Co

Alfred Lao

Lino Lim Jr.

Edwin Ong

Beatrice Tan

Chairman, Communications

Chairman, Sports Committee

Co-chairman, 50th Anniversary

Chairman, Advocacy Committee

Alumni ID Committee

Chairman, Publications

Board of Advisors


Betty Dante-Aw

Edward Lim

David Chua

Alfred Chua

Chairman , SJCSAA Advisory Council

SJCSAA President 1998-1999

SJCSAA President 2000-2001

SJCSAA President 2002-2003

Kenneth Hartigan-Go

Francis Glenn Yu

Michael Tan

Johann S. Tan

Richard Cuan

SJCSAA President 2004-2005

SJCSAA President 2006-2007

SJCSAA President 2008-2009

SJCSAA President, 2010-2011

SJCSAA President, 2012-2013

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Message from the


The SJCSAA embarked on many firsts this 2014-2015 and we wish to thank you all for your participation and support in our alumni activities. We witnessed a historic turnout during the elections last October 2013 which signaled a renewed level of engagement within our organization. It was the first step in an exciting journey for all of us together. Since then, we have conducted different programs and activities from seminars, sports events and networking activities to develop our alumni and foster camaraderie.

Held for the first time, our Summer Internship Program brought the opportunity for our young alumni to gain experience in a working environment. We also brought young people in the Filipino-Chinese community together through the Meet & Eat Networking Event. The St. Jude Golf Classic, now on its 13th year, was one of the biggest fund raising events in our history with record sponsorships and player attendance. This was followed by the 2015 FEDRUN, a fun run hosted by SJCS in cooperation with the Federation of Filipino Chinese Alumni Association, with 8,000 runners participating at the MOA grounds. We also formally launched the Judenite Endowment Fund that hopes to encourage a tradition of giving to our Alma Mater by institutionalizing the way we raise and distribute funds. We began with a goal of raising P5MM and we are now over P10MM. This year also marks the first time that the alumni association awarded ten scholarships to High School Students of SJCS and we will be selecting two alumni as recipients of our college scholarship.

All these projects were made possible only by alumni volunteers and donors who gave generously of their time, talents and resources to help build our Judenite Community. We have made gains yet there is still much to be done. These last two years have shown the ability of Judenites to unite, to lead, and to serve, in order to reach our common goals. We invite everyone – let’s connect, join and give – towards building A Judenite Community Inside and Out.

Wish Ko Lang was also launched as our way of saying thank you to the teachers and school personnel who have taken good care of us and the Saint Jude students. This is only the start and we hope to reach out and share our blessings to our SJCS Community.

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SJCS Golden Jubilee

Alumni Night at Resorts World Celebrations for SJCS 50th year culminated in a two night event at the Newport Theatre in Resorts World Manila last January 25 & 26, 2015. Entitled “I Have A Dream”, the well-attended musical production featured the talents of students, parents and alumni of Saint Jude Catholic School. Over 500 alumni of SJCS gathered on the second evening for the Alumni Night. It was an evening of camaraderie as we journeyed down the memory lane of how Rev. Fr. Peter Yang, Msgr. Charles Tchou, and Msgr. Peter Tsao built a great institution from a small school in San Miguel, Manila.

SJCS also recognized its Judenite Pride Awardees after a careful screening process of outstanding alumni who have contributed to the good name of SJCS through significant contributions to Saint Jude Catholic School or to the society by his/her life, actions and achievements. Just as our patron saint, Saint Jude Thaddeus, is the Patron of Hopeless Cases, the awardee must have served as a channel of hope for others. 20 alumni received the Judenite Pride award for bringing pride and honor to the school.

The evening also marked the induction of the Board of Trustees of the SJCS Alumni Association by Bishop Paul Jaucian, the launch of the Alumni Card and the debut of the 62-member alumni choir with a medley of Filipino, English and Chinese songs.

Rev. Fr. Vicente Rayco, S.V.D., School Director


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Members of Batch ‘73, the first batch of SJCS graduates having a dinner before the event

2014-2015 SJCSAA Board of Trustees inducted by Bishop Leopold Jaucian

Debut of Alumni Choir

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SJCS Golden Anniversary

Golf Tournament SJCSAA marked its first successful fundraising event for the year with the Golden Anniversary Golf Tournament held last May 2, 2014 at the Orchard Golf & Country Club with record funds raised and player attendance. Still exciting and vibrant on its 13thyear, the Saint Jude Golf Classic welcomed 105 alumni and guests golfers to a day of golf. Sports Committee Chairman Giovanni Co ‘88 and Golf Committee Chairman Charles Kohchet-Chua ‘80 welcomed the registrants as early as 5:30 am. It was a day of celebrating fun, camaraderie and goodwill among alumni golfers and friends. The tournament officially started at 8:00am after the ceremonial tee-off by SJCSAA President Liza Yao ‘91, Board Member Grant Cheng ‘99, and St. Jude Golf Classic Co-Chairman Gerry Lim Bon Hiong ‘77. The luncheon that followed was festive with all the golfers in a happy mood after a round of golf with friends amid the summer heat. Members and guests cheered as major and minor raffle prizes were awarded. Practically everyone went home with prizes. Guest Ken Chen won the 40” Samsung TV and Dr. Jerry Ngu ’82 won the iPad mini. Marvin Caparros and Jeff Bernaldez were the Lowest Net and Lowest Gross champions respectively. Biggest cheers went to Batch ’83 as the Overall Batch Champion of this year’s Saint Jude Golf Classic. Coming in their matching Tanduay Fiery Red uniforms, Batch ’83 golfers led by Bong Tan, Cons Kohchet-Chua, Wilbert Tan, Peter Sy, Cary Tuisieng, Bobby Lua, and Nelson Chung, continued their winning streak as 4-peat champions with an aggregate net score of 284. And promising to put up a better fight next year, Batch ’97 finished closely behind with an aggregate net score of 304. Special Awards were given to Jerboa Go ’02 for the longest drive of 310 yards, Adones Baluyot for the most accurate drive with 1” to the line, and Elmer Ngo ‘89 for nearest to the pin at 4’8” to the pin.


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Alumni and guests across different divisions show their golf prowess

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The St. Jude Golf Classic would like to thank its Co-presentors Bank of Singapore and Richprime Global Inc.; Gold Sponsors Sterling Paper and Autohub; Silver Sponsors Ferna Corporation, Seaoil, A&A Securities, Goodyear Philippines, Mileage Asia Corporation, Cathay Pacific Steel Corporation, Paperland; Bronze Sponsors x1r, Sky Cable Corporation, Hanabishi, La Germania, BDO Private Bank, Asia Cargo, FastTrack ERP Solutions, Davies Paints, Spectrum Investments, Pioneer Insurance, Philstone, CMP Construction, AC Corporation, Viridian/Ortigas Company, Coach Concepts, Tanduay, Canon, Evoluzn, RizGolf, Pilipinas Golf Manufacturing, Kremlin & Flight168, etc., AutoHub Group of Companies and Sevie Oliva as Hole-in-One Sponsors and many more generous sponsors who made the tournament a success. Impact Golf Magazine and Chinoy TV are the official media partners of the SJCS Golden Anniversary Golf Tournament.

Sports Committee Chair: Giovanni Co ’88 Golf Committee Co-Chairs: Charles Kohchet-Chua ’80 Gerry Lim Bon Hiong ‘77 Vice Chairman: Albert Lee ’92 Committee Members: Benhur Go ’77 Constantine Kohchet-Chua’83 Past President Edward Lim ’84 Elmer Ngo ’89 Liza Yao ‘91 Stephen Yu ’93 Winston Co ’94 Jasper Ong ’97

Batch ‘83, 4-peat Champions of the St. Jude Classic


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Seniors Career Talk

Unfold the Future A career talk was held last July 4, 2014 at the SJCS Auditorium during the Career Week 2014 for third and fourth year High School students. We invited speakers from different fields to share their insights and experience with our students. Speakers included acting FDA Director Dr. Kenneth Hartigan-Go ‘78, Architect Vincent Ng ‘91, DLSU Accounting Professor Anson Keh ’91, blogger Camille Co ’04, chefs Adoree Chong Uy ‘89 and Eunice Weeguanco ‘99, John Oranga ’13 and Dr. Rolance Chua and Ms. Pan Wei-Lian from CKSC.

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A Fil-Chi Youth

Networking And Social Night The Youth Committee held a socials event, Meet and Eat, at the Corinthian Gardens Clubhouse where young people from different Filipino-Chinese schools came together to mingle with each other, meet new friends and share interests. It was a night filled with good food, fun activities and amazing prizes that left everyone with big smiles and happy hearts.

The Lucky lucky winners wonbrought Casio watches winners homeand …Morellato bracelets. While the grand prizes were an overnight stay in Tagaytay and a dinner buffet for two in Spirals.

Popular food blogger and social media specialist Spanky Enriquez also shared with us stories on top restaurants and his forecast for the food trends in 2015!


Chair: Aileen Ang ‘07 Committee Members: Jennifer Sy ’89 Karen Ong ’05 Michelle Teng ‘97 John Christian Sy ‘07 Greg Lee ‘07

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Building Wealth Through

Stock Market Investing COL Chairman and Founder Edward Lee was the guest speaker at the Stock Investing Seminar last July 19, 2014. Mr. Lee is a stock market veteran investing in Philippine and foreign equities for over 40 years. In 1986, he founded his brokerage company Citisecurities, Inc. which has since then transformed retail investing by bringing online trading to Philippine customers through COL Financial. He spoke about the importance of investing and how buying blue chips yield higher return over the longrun. “Building Wealth Through Stock Investing” is the first in a series of seminar organized by the SJCS Alumni Association. Joining him that day were David Chua ’85, Director of the Philippine Stock Exchange, who gave an overview of the PSE and its products and Juanis Barredo, VP COL Financial Group who walked the audience through the basics of stock market investing and how returns can be made in the growing Philippine economy. It was a well-attended event by more than 200 alumni, parents and guests who were interested to invest and achieve returns in the stock market.

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The Big Mouth Conquers St. Jude! A Homecoming Party w/ Martin Nievera & SJCS 89ers SJCS Batch ‘89 celebrated its Silver Jubilee with an alumni benefit concert last Nov. 22, 2014 at the school’s Father Peter Yang Hall. With the SJCS Alumni Association as the copresentor, “The Big Mouth Conquers Saint Jude” featured Route 70 Band and the Big Mouth himself, Mr. Martin Nievera. Proceeds from the event were earmarked for the Judenite Endowment Fund and SJCS Batch ‘89. In celebration of its Silver Jubilee and to show their gratitude to their alma mater, Batch ’89 donated 640 theater-class auditorium chairs for the Fr. Peter Yang Hall during its Thanksgiving Party held last Sept. 6.

Members of Batch ‘89 receive a plaque of appreciation from SJCSAA for their contribution to the Judenite Endowment Fund


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Batch ‘90 receives the homecoming key during the turnover ceremonies from the 89’ers

Rev. Fr. Jerome Ormita, SVD, Office of Community Devt and Alumni Affairs

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Batch Reunions of Co-celebrants

Batch Reunions







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Welcome Class of 2014 and 2015

Alumni Orientation

Newly elected batch officers of Batch 2014 together with Dr. Andrew Dacurawat and members of the SJCSAA Board March 24, 2014 SJCS AVR

Alumni Orientations were held for the Graduating Batches of 2014 and 2015 to share with them the vision, goals and programs of the SJCSAA. Alumni were also invited to speak about the importance of organizing your batch. Elections of Batch Officers were held and Alumni Cards were released that day.

Speakers Invited • Kane Errol Chua ‘90, ABS-CBN Head of Corporate Communications • Catherine Leigh Kohchet-Chua ‘12, DLSU Student • Joswin Go-Soco ‘12, DLSU Student • Karenina Yuloque ‘11, Ateneo de Manila • Kyle Meguizo ’11, Ateneo de Manila • Nicole Cordoves, Ateneo de Manila

Newly elected batch officers of Batch 2015 together with Ms. Shanon Pangan Reyes, Ocfemia and members of the SJCSAA Board last March 17, 2015 SJCS AVR.


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Mr. Marlon


1,071 cardholders to date 2014 – 2015 ANNUAL REPORT



Alumni Christmas Party

Marufuku Restaurant, Ortigas Center Alumni officers and batch members got together before Christmas at the Marufuku Japanese Restaurant, Ortigas Center, to celebrate and give thanks for the year’s blessings.


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SJCS FedRun 2015:

Run For Education

“If you want to go fast, go ALONE. if you want to go far, go TOGETHER.” The SJCSAA hosted the first FFCAAI FedRun at the SM MOA grounds last January 25, 2015. The FFCAAI or Federation of Filipino-Chinese Alumni Association is the organization of all Filipino Chinese Alumni Associaitons. On its premier launch, 8,600 runners and 20 alumni associations gathered to participate. This fun run is part of the SJCSAA’s advocacy to bring together the SJCS community and other Filipino-Chinese schools in promoting camaraderie and developing a healthy and active lifestyle. Gun starters include our very own Fr. Rayco, Kuya Kim Atienza, Senators Sonny Angara and Bam Aquino.

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“We start as a group of people, we end as a group of friends.”


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Committee Chair: Stephen Yu ‘93 Vice Chair: Johann Tan ‘82 Charles Kohchet-Chua ‘80 Members: Benhur Go ’77, Giovanni Co ’88, Maleen ChuaSia ’89, Liza Yao ’91, Grant Cheng ’99, Aileen Ang ’07, Bea Tan ’09, Aldrin Chua ‘11 Members from the FFCAAI: George Go, Danny So, Gerald Chan, Vhivian Wong, Evans Chiu, Brian Lam, Lorraine Tan, Eluina Sim, Emily Young, Nancy Ong Chen, Eunette Lim, Nelson Ong, Pedro Ratilla, Lim Eng Peng, John De Guzman, Brian Chua

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Youth Development

SJCS Internship Program Now in its second year, SJCSAA launched its first summer internship program last April 2014 to match our young alumni in college to companies who are looking for interns. The program had over 70 applicants to various positions in leading Philippine companies.



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Communications – Website, FB

Above: SJCSAA Website redesigned in July 2014 Right: SJCSAA Facebook Page


Alumni cardholder


Facebook followers

Event Flyers

TOP 10 FB POSTS | REACHED 10,280 Congratulations to 2015 alumni graduates with honors 5/28/2015 4500 Launch of new official website 7/25/2014 4356 UST 2015 Medicine graduates with honors 5/26/2015 3700 Batch ‘89 thanksgiving mass 9/23/2014 3200 Alumni Fun Facts 11/3/2014 3000 Thank you concert king 11/23/2014 2900 Kevin Justin Ang 1/13/2015 2800 Support the 50th anniversary celebration 1/17/2014 2800 SJCSAA launches Internship Program 3/5/2014 2500 Judenite Pride awardees 2/23/2014

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2014 General Assembly A General Assembly was held last August 28, 2014 at the Quezon City Sports Club. Batch Representatives from different batches were in attendance and a quorum was present. President Liza Yao-Bate presented the President’s Report of the activities and programs completed from January to July of 2014. Treasurer Maleen Chua-Sia presented the Treasurer’s Report. The Judenite Endowment Fund (JEF) was ratified by the batch reps. The overwhelming majority of the batch reps present voted to allocate the Fr. Yang Fund to scholarships and academic development/teachers welfare, as Donations in Memory of Rev. Fr. Peter Yang SVD through the JEF. Upcoming activities of the SJCAA were also presented and Batch ’89 arrived in full force to announce their Homecoming plans culminating in the Martin Nievera Homecoming Concert on Nov 22 at SJCS.


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FFCAAI ACTIVITIES The Federation of Filipino-Chinese Alumni Association Inc. (FFCAAI) is the umbrella organization of 24 FilipinoChinese alumni associations in the Philippines. SJCSAA has played an active role through its participation in the federation’s activities and projects. Past President Michael Tan ‘92 is one of the founding members and a past trustee of FFCAAI. Today, he heads the Youth Committee. SJCSAA also hosted the 2014 and 2015 FFCAAI Golf Tournaments and the first ever 2015 FEDRUN for the organization.

Induction of Officers – Federation of Filipino Chinese Alumni Associations Inc. 11 Feb 2014

SJCSAA receives a plaque of appreciation from the FFCAAI for hosting the 2014 Golf Tournament and the historic 2015 FEDRUN.

SJCSAA – 2015 Team First Runners-Up

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Giving Back

Turnover of Donation to SJCS In gratitude to our alma mater, the alumni continue to support the school and its programs. Mr. David Chua ’85, a past President of SJCSAA, turned over a donation of P2,000,000 to SJCS Board of Trustees Chairman Rev. Fr. Jerome Marquez, S.V.D., and School Director Rev. Fr. Vicente Rayco, S.V.D. last July 19, 2014.

David Chua ‘85 with officers and batchmates from Batch ’85, Fr. Rocky Aquino, Fr. Jerome Marquez, Fr. Rayco, PP Alfred Chua, PP Johann Tan, SJCSAA Pres.Liza Yao

SJCSAA presents a TV to Fr. Vic Rayco for the SJCS Basketball Varsity Team.

Volleyball and basketball equipment were turned over by the SJCSAA to Rev. Fr. Vic Rayco last March 2014.


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SJCS ‘89 Batch Thanksgiving Party To kick off their Silver Jubilee celebration, SJCS Batch ’89 held a Thanksgiving Dinner last Sept. 6, 2015. This dinner was held in honor of the teachers, administration personnel and maintenance crew who had a part in the lives of the Silver Jubilarians. The celebration started with a Thanksgiving Mass officiated by one of their batchmates, Fr. James Ty, I.V.E and co-celebrated by Fr. Vic Rayco, Fr. Peter Li, Fr. Arturo Villanueva, Fr. Jerome Ormita and Fr. Rocky Aquino. As a way of “giving back” to the school that nurtured them and in memory of the late Melito Koh (father of Meg ’89, Steven ’91 and Stewart ’92), SJCS ’89 turned over 640 theater-class chairs in the orchestra level of the Fr. Peter Yang Hall to the school.

Thank you from the SJCSAA Family!

< After party

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Giving Back

The Judenite Endowment Fund As generations of alumni reflect on the excellence and value of their Judenite education, we hope future generations will continue to enjoy the benefits of an education from a premier Filipino-Chinese Catholic institution. Rev. Fr. Peter Yang, Msgr. Peter Tsao, Msgr. Charles Tchou began with a dream to educate the Filipino –Chinese children. With this dream in their hearts, they went through the challenges that come with building a great institution. They were fearless, hardworking and determined. Help came from individuals and families who believed in the same purpose.

The SJCSAA aims to build a culture of regular giving among the alumni to our alma mater and the SJCS community through the Judenite Endowment Fund (JEF).

Since its creation in August 2014, the JEF has commenced the following projects: • Awarded 10 scholarships to SJCS HS Students for SY 2015-2016 • Launched the Wish Ko Lang Program • Conducted seminars for the Chinese Curriculum Development • Installed theatre-class seats for the Fr. Peter Yang Auditorium • Supported various varsity basketball activities



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Make A Teacher Happy

Wish Ko Lang Project WHAT IS THE ‘WISH KO LANG’ PROGRAM? Wish Ko Lang is a program of the SJCSAA to fulfill, partially or fully a teacher’s wish, whether for himself/herself or others, through a lottery. Three prizes worth P10,000 each will be awarded every quarter. WHO IS QUALIFIED?

He/she must have worked for at least one year at Saint Jude Catholic School, as a teacher, officer, administration, office, support, clinic or maintenance staff. Visit for more information. Committee chair: Lino Lim ‘84

The SJCSAA welcomes donations from batches and individuals to the Wish Ko Lang program. Please contact Your help is truly appreciated.

CONGRATULATIONS! The first draw of the SJCSAA WISH KO LANG PROGRAM was held on Dec 19, 2014 at the SJCSAA Auditorium during the Christmas Mass of SJCS school personnel. The five lucky winners are: • Rustica Portia Lua, Purchaser/Finance Dept., 18 years • Wilma E. Piao, HS Faculty, 6 years in SJCS • Baby Susan Schultz, HS Chinese Dept., 14 years in SJCS • Niu Jiang Hua, HS Chinese Dept., 3 years in SJCS • Maricel de Castro, General Services, 17 years in SJCS Our first draw was made possible with the generosity of Ms. Betty Dante-Aw, ’73. March 2015 Draw • Melita Iglesia, Head Teacher Elementary, 38 years in SJCS • Alma Vista, Cashier Department, 20 years in SJCS • Jocelyn Nang, Gr 1 Chinese Teacher, 20 years in SJCS 2014 – 2015 ANNUAL REPORT



Academic Development

Chinese Curriculum Development The SJCSAA sponsored two seminar events for SJCS Chinese faculty from May 6-9 and May 11-15, 2015. The speaker for the first seminar was Ms. Lai Yu Lian from Taiwan’s 小學語文教育學會. Ms. Lai spoke on the importance of considering the pupils’ needs in teaching the Chinese language and to view the language from a different perspective to help the teacher make the lessons livelier and more appealing. The speaker for the second seminar was Professor Dr. Cheng MinSheng, a Chinese Historian Expert from 中國河南大學. In the morning session, Professor Dr. Cheng spoke to Chinese teachers about Chinese History, Culture and Education, as well as how to make it more relevant to students today. He worked on the current history syllabus with the HS teachers in the afternoon.

賴玉連老師 台灣小學語文教育學會

Rev. Fr. Peter Mei Li, Assistant Principal for Chinese

程民生博士 河南大学曆史文化学院


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Batch ’90 Kicks Off

Homecoming Celebration

Batch 1990 kicked off their homecoming last February 28, 2015 at St. Francis Shangri-La Place, Ortigas.

Upcoming Activities for 2015 June July August Oct Oct Nov Dec

Eat, Play, Love event Career Talk Leadership Seminar Golf Tournament Youth Networking Alumni Homecoming Christmas Party

Quarterly Draw for Wish Ko Lang

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Donors of SJCSAA SJCSAA would like to thank the following individuals and corporations for their support in its activities and projects. 2014-2015 marked record fundraising for the Alumni Association and this was made possible through the generosity of our donors. P500,000 and above Richprime Global Inc. Seaoil Philippines Inc.

P100,000 to P499,999 Bank of Singapore Eton Properties Philippines, Inc. Hatteras Construction Company JJAM 88 Resources Mechatrends Contractors Corporation New World Printing Corporation Paperland Inc. SA Tamayo Security Bank

P50,000 to P99,999 A&A Securities Cathay Pacific Steel/Emerald Garden Century Pacific Cherrylume & Sumo Ferna Corporation Goodyear Philippines Oishi Sterling Paper

P10,000 to P49,999 A1 Rubber Industry AC Corporation Albert Smith Asean Trading Asia Brewery Inc. Asia Cargo Asian Eye Institute Ayala Land BDO BDO Private Bank Boysen Carl Dy (Spectrum) CMP Construction Creative Solutions CSI Biowood Philippines Davies Paints Derm Asia Dexterton Corporation Diamond Office Furniture Inc East West Bank


FastTrack ERP Solutions Inc. Federation of Filipino-Chinese Business and Professional Women of the Philippines (FCFBPWP) Felport Inc. First Estan Trading/King Koa FURNItalia Goldstar Securities Hanabishi Iwata Jake Bros. Kenneth & Mock Kingsland Enterprise La Germania Lionking Industrial Corp. Lollipop Balloons Lucky Me Mileage Asia Monroe Marketing - Top1 Mother Goose Nursery School Motorix Motor Sales Inc. North Philippines Bag & Footwear

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Pacific Charter Forwarder Inc. Pacific Parts Corporation Philip Wires & Cables Philstone Pioneer Insurance PLDT PNB Bank PNB Life Insurance PowerSteel Pru Life Sponsor Security Bank Sky Cable Corporation Steltz Lighting Streamline Blinds Corporation Tanduay The Wallem Group Tracktire Marketing Corp. Union Bank Velvet Rose Versia Corporation Viridian (Ortigas & Co.) Western Guaranty Corporation x1r


Judenite Endowment Fund Founding Donors The JEF was established to institutionalize and create a tradition of giving to our alma mater. Donations* in any amount, in cash or in kind are accepted.



P5M above


89’ers (Batch ’89)

PLATINUM P1M-P4,999,999

Donations In Memory of Rev. Fr. Peter Yang, SVD Ana Melissa Yao-Bate ‘91 Basilio and Betty Aw ‘73 Megawide Construction Tan Yan Kee Foundation


Batch ’73 Batch ’84 Batch ‘86 Batch ‘91 Batch ‘92 Batch ’93 Cecile Ang ‘99 Giovanni Co ’88



Donation in Memory of Dr. Pua Han Bun

GOLD P250,000-P499,999


Alfred Chua ‘85 Recto Yongco Anonymous

Johnson Ongking ‘87 *Donations received until November 28, 2015 will form part of the founding donors.

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In Kind Gifts Autohub Group Canon Casio and Nautica Watches Chinoy TV Coach Concepts Cobra Evoluzn Fern-C Flight 168 Fridge to Go Graphic Visions Inc.

Impact Golf Inglot Kremlin Morellato Philippine Star Pilipinas Golf Manufacturing Riz Golf Sevie Oliva Tanduay The Lake Hotel Tagaytay Yellow Tail Wine 2014 – 2015 ANNUAL REPORT