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Drama Night (15 May 2017)  

Students, teachers, parents, and past students gathered together in the Assembly Hall for a breathtaking evening of drama performances – written, directed, and performed wholly by our S5 girls as part of their Aesthetic Development course. This year saw an unprecedented total of six dramas, with three performed in English, and three in Putonghua. Included in the night's show was the award-winning piece by our School's Drama Ensemble - "三人四足". 

With the support of props artists and the audio-visual team, each short play captivated the audience's imagination with their gripping storylines and compelling acting, all adding up to a thoroughly enjoyable experience. The night closed with prize presentations, with Allie Poon of the English piece "Bonne Ãme" clinching the "Best Actress" award for her moving performance, while the musical "Cassandra Pierce" swept up all other awards, including "Best Script", "Best Stage Design", "Best Director", and "Best Production". We congratulate all girls for their wonderful performances in this spectacular Drama Night 2017.

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Careers Fair (8 April 2017)

The first DGS Careers Fair was successfully held in the Assembly Hall on the afternoon of Saturday, 8th April. With the support of over 50 Old Girls and other representatives from various industries, students learnt about different career paths from experienced professionals through informal conversations and discussions. 

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Despite it being a Saturday afternoon, the participation rate was high, with eager students crowding the different booths to talk to accomplished individuals from sectors ranging from business, healthcare and media to law, science and many more. The fair gave students a better idea of the different careers opportunities available, and enabled them to discover new exciting occupations that they had not been exposed to. We like to especially thank the Diocesan Old Girls Association (DOGA) and all participants for helping to organize this event and for sharing their experiences and expertise with our students. 

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Exchange with Methodist Ladies' College from Melbourne, Australia (25 March – 3 April)

13 students and two teachers from Methodist Ladies' College (MLC) in Melbourne, Australia visited our School for ten days, as part of a longstanding exchange programme that has been running for almost a decade. Each of the visiting girls attended classes with their S2 buddies, and stayed with the families of their host students, experiencing not only the academic life of DGS, but also everyday life in Hong Kong. The girls also attended special workshops at DGS, introducing them to Chinese culture and arts through music, dance, and ink painting. Aside from the week of rich learning and cultural immersion, the MLC girls forged mutual friendships with their DGS buddies, and we look forward to our girls reciprocating the visit to Australia in the summer months.  

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