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Chris as he sings with all his heartby Jenny Say, Grade 1 Chinese teacher , XCE coordinator

What does Christopher G. Yu (H3B) have in common with Marvin Ong, Frederick Chu, Christopher Ong, and Sherwin Su? Xaverians? YES and MORE! They have all been victorious in Hai Tian She’s annual Chinese Singing competition.

The event’s organizer, a sub-organization of the Filipino Chinese Economics Association, held the contest on September 15. All Chinese schools in Metro Manila were invited to send representatives to this event.

Writer Teacher Jenny Say  & ChrisThe competition was divided into 5 categories: Group E for early education, Group D for primary level, Group C for intermediate level, Group B for High 1 and 2, Group A for High 3 and 4. There were seven judges, all masters in the art of music.

Christopher Yu, our lone representative, participated in the Group A category and placed second out of nine contestants. It was a difficult competition for Christopher as he had barely three weeks to prepare. Last minute advise from mentor and  most avid fan – DADTrue to form, however, he mastered his piece and sang with all the style and conviction of a true performer.

It was a showcase of talent and an opportunity for each one to share the fruits of his or her hard work. But most of all, it was a chance for a Xaverian to truly let his light shine!




John M. Huang said,

October 16, 2007 @ 9:51 pm

Woot! Go Chris! :)

Dolores said,

October 1, 2007 @ 10:37 am

Oh and…
Happy Birthday! :)

Dolores said,

October 1, 2007 @ 10:36 am

Hi Chris.
Congratulations! Good work!
Auntie Dolores

Boom said,

October 1, 2007 @ 6:56 am

Congrats Chris!

emil said,

September 30, 2007 @ 2:15 am

congrats pareng phantom! hahaha

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