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Trinity News : July 2010
TRINITY NEWS 9 Remembrance Day 2009 was celebrated at Trinity at two signifcant ceremonies: one on the Friday November 6. 2009 when the Old Trinitarians’ Union held their Annual Memorial Service in the Chapel, a service which was attended by the Cadet Unit, and on Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at an assembly around the Quadrangle. The Chapel Service made specifc reference to the Old Boys of the School who gave their lives in the wars of the 20th Century, while the Quadrangle ceremony paid tribute to all service personnel. We do well to have these ceremonies, for what we have and are today, both in the School and the community at large, spring from the service and sacrifce made by so many who have gone before us. Surely, therefore, it is apt that we, in remembering them, need to devote ourselves to preserving what they have purchased for us so dearly, so that indeed, their sacrifce will not have been in vain. | Ron Ogier main photo: Remembrance Day around the Quad inset: OTU Chapel Service - Remembrance Day 2009 On Saturday the 15th of May, the frst Chinese art exhibition at Trinity Grammar School was held at the Delmar Gallery. The proceedings started with an opening speech by Mr John Murphy, Federal Member for Lowe and Dr Fuxiang He, Science and Technology Consul, Chinese Consulate, Sydney. There were also excellent performances from the Chinese language students of Trinity Grammar School, Oliver and Angus Coble, Year 9 and 10 Holwood, who recited a Chinese comedy sketch, Dimitri Sidiropoulos, Year 11 Young, who sang a Chinese pop song and John Tung, Year 12 Stephenson, who played the cello and accompanied Oswyn Brent, Year 12 Murphy, who recited and sung a classical Chinese poem. Mr Sun thanked Trinity Grammar School for our support and then the exhibition was declared offcially open by Ms Catherine Benz, curator of the Delmar Gallery. Mr Sun’s paintings range from traditional Chinese landscape paintings to more modern style paintings which have been infuenced by the Australian landscape. Mr Sun has been also been giving workshops to the Chinese language classes from Years 8 – 12 in which he discussed Chinese painting in addition to giving the students hands on experience. I would like to thank the Mr Cujes, Mr Daniels, Mr Vickers (former curator), Ms Benz and the Chinese language staff for supporting and organizing the exhibition. Ken Wong | Chinese Language Co-ordinator top right: Mr Sun demonstrating right: Mr Sun with Yr 12 Chinese language classes L-r: Anton Stechiwskyj (We), Mr Sun, Jason Lam (Ar), Brian Fang (We, Elvis Long (Du), Steven Ly (Sc). William Yee (Mu), Raymond Chea (Mu), John Tung (St), Gordon Ou (Hi), Aaron Fischer (Hi), Jeremy Limanto (Du), Oswyn Brent (Mu) CHINESE ART EXHIBITION | ART WORK BY MR SUN MING CAI NEC FRUSTRA ...N as t V in