Pui Ching Middle School (Hong Kong)

John Smyth is believed to have the first church labeled "Baptist" in Amsterdam in 1609

Baptist secondary school in Ho Man Tin, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

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Shing-Tung Yau

Chinese-American mathematician and the William Caspar Graustein Professor of Mathematics at Harvard University.

After graduating from Pui Ching Middle School, he studied mathematics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong from 1966 to 1969, without receiving a degree due to graduating early.

Hong Kong Baptist University

English-language publicly funded tertiary liberal arts institution with a Christian education heritage.

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Hong Kong Baptist University in December 2016
The Shaw Campus in July 2016
Communication and Visual Arts Building in October 2016
Joint Sports Centre in August 2008

The Hong Kong Baptist College was opened on 11 September 1956 on the premises of the Pui Ching Middle School, a Baptist-affiliated secondary school, with an initial enrolment of 152 students.

Ho Man Tin

Mostly residential area in Kowloon, Hong Kong, part of the Kowloon City District.

Ho Man Tin View from Pak Po Street’s Ngai Hing Mansion which is a worse building in HK.
Waterloo Road Hill Apartment built in 1960s
Campus view of St. Teresa Secondary School, the only girls' school in Ho Man Tin

Pui Ching Middle School

Daniel C. Tsui

Chinese-born American physicist, Nobel laureate, and the Arthur Legrand Doty Professor of Electrical Engineering, Emeritus, at Princeton University.

Albert Einstein, a key theoretical physicist in the 20th century who developed the theory of relativity and parts of early quantum theory.

In 1951, Tsui left for Hong Kong to attend Pui Ching Middle School in Kowloon, beginning his formal education at the level of sixth grade in his second year in Hong Kong.

Chung King-fai

Hong Kong actor and pioneer of contemporary performing art.

Chung finished his secondary education in Pui Ching Middle School before studying at Chung Chi College, at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, majoring in English.

Sun Kwok

Hong Kong astronomer best known for his work on physics and chemistry of the late stages of stellar evolution.

The Astronomer, 1668, by Johannes Vermeer

Born in Hong Kong, Sun Kwok graduated from Pui Ching Middle School, the same school attended by Daniel Chee Tsui, Nobel Prize Winner in Physics and Shing-Tung Yau, Fields Medal Winner.

Simon Peh

Director of Immigration of Hong Kong, and was appointed Commissioner of the Independent Commission Against Corruption in 2012.

graduated from Pui Ching Middle School in 1973.

Wah Chiu

Hong Kong-born American biophysicist, currently the Wallenberg-Bienenstock Chair Professor in the Department of Bioengineering, Department of Microbiology and Immunology and the Photon Science Directorate of SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory at Stanford University.

Chiu was born in Hong Kong, and attended Pui Ching Middle School.

Raymond Kan

Hong Kong architect and politician.

The armorial bearings granted by the College of Arms, appointed by the British Sovereign, a part of the Royal Household of the United Kingdom.

He was educated in Hong Kong and Australia, graduated from the Pui Ching Middle School and the University of Melbourne with a degree in Architecture.

Tao Ho

Hong Kong architect born in Shanghai.

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He graduated from Pui Ching Middle School and went on to receive a BA in art history with a minor in music and theology at Williams College in Massachusetts.