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SED joins cookery lesson (with photos)

     Enjoying life does not mean big spending and preparing simple dishes with your own hands can be fun.

     The Secretary for Education, Mr Michael Suen, shared this insight into life with students by demonstrating how to prepare two simple dishes during his visit to the Tin Shui Wai Methodist College today (April 28).

     Mr Suen was briefed by principal Mr Tse Hung-sum on the latest development of the school.  He then proceeded to the Multimedia Self-Learning Centre where he said he was delighted to learn that the centre was open after school hours for use by other students in the district for online learning purposes.  The move to serve the local community has been well received by students and parents.

     Mr Suen then took part in a F.3 cookery lesson and showed students how to steam chicken and prepare a tuna sandwich.  After the demonstration, Mr Suen, while sharing with the students the dishes he had prepared, enjoyed a DVD programme of British cook Jamie Oliver to give students more exposure to an English environment through watching TV programmes.

     Mr Suen said: "Preparing these two dishes is easy, and I often do it for my family members."

     Apart from sharing with students his wisdom about life, Mr Suen also chatted with them and listened to their dreams. He encouraged students to study hard and better equip themselves to realise their dreams.

     Tin Shui Wai Methodist College, which was founded in 2001, is an aided co-educational secondary school adopting Chinese as the teaching medium.

Ends/Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Issued at HKT 16:08


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