Hong Kong Catholic Lay Missionary Association
Since 1990, Hong Kong Catholic Lay Missionary Association has trained and sent 11 lay missionaries to serve in Asia and Africa.
Miss Cecilia Ho served in Zimbabwe, Africa.
Cecilia Ho (2nd left)
Miss Michelle Cheung and Miss Rose Wan served in Mauritius, Africa.
Michelle Cheung (left) and Rose Wan (right)
Miss Imelda Lam and Miss Eunice Lo served in Kenya, Africa.
Imelda Lam (central)
Eunice Lo (top left)
Miss Rose Yip served in Cambodia, Asia.
Rose Yip (2nd Left)
Ms. Lucia Wong joined our Association in 1996. She was sent to Cambodia and participated in the education project of the New Humanity of PIME. Then she worked with Jesuit Service Cambodia. She served as a teacher in the English Support Unit of Royal University of Phnom Penh and as the Assistant Director of the Catholic Church Student Centre. Since 2004, she has been working with the Jesuit Educational Conference-East Asia and Oceania and is teaching in a secondary school.
Lucia Wong (right)
Ms. Stephanie Chan was sent to Cambodia in 2000. After having participated in the education project of New Humanity, she worked with the Missionaries of Charity in Chom Chau where she taught the children in the hostel for AIDS patients and the girls in nearby villages. She was sent to Kenya in July 2004. She teaches Christian Religion Education and English as well as does pastoral work in St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School established by Christian Life Community Kenya and Hands of Love in Kibera (the largest slum in Nairobi).
Stephanie Chan (left)
Ms. Wendy Lui was sent to Cambodia in June 2004. She works with Jesuit Service Cambodia. She has helped in the refugee camps and is the Assistant Director of the Catholic Church Student Centre in Phnom Penh.
Wendy Lui (2nd Right)
Ms. Cissy Yim was sent to Cambodia in March 2006. She is learning Khmer and works as the accountant of the Jesuit Service Cambodia.
Cissy Yim (3rd Right)
2007 - Now
Ms. Lau Kwok Pik was sent to Thailand in August 2007.
Lau Kwok Pik (Central)
Last updated: 25 August 2007