KWNC Hosts Flag Raising Ceremony, Cap Conferment & Pinning Ceremony to Celebrate Youth Day and International Nurses Day

(2022-05-06)
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  • Year 3 and Year 4 student representatives express their expectations for the future in the celebration events of the International Nurses Day.

  • Cap Conferment and Pinning Ceremony is different from previous ceremonies as it is held on the stone stairs of Cheng-Kai Memorial Hall

  • This year's Cap Conferment and Pinning Ceremony is different from previous ceremonies as it is held on the stone stairs of Cheng-Kai Memorial Hall

Kiang Wu Nursing College of Macau (KWNC) hosted Flag Raising Ceremony, Cap Conferment and Pinning Ceremony on 6th May 2022 to commemorate May Fourth Movement and 12th May International Nurses Day.

The Flag Raising Ceremony was held at 8:00 a.m., The Five-star Red Flag was hoisted by the nursing student National Flag Team, and all the teachers, students and staff stood and sang the national anthem of the People's Republic of China to express their patriotism and sense of belonging to the country.

The Cap Conferment and Pinning Ceremony is an essential annual event of the College, which is of great significance to nursing students. Student representatives Ieong Hoi Cheng and Kong Man Son believed that the Ceremony marked the growth of Year 3 and Year 4 students during their nursing study, fuelled their determination to carry on Florence Nightingale's mission, and with their knowledge acquired in four years of nursing study, they can contribute back to the society, which are exceptionally meaningful.

President Van Iat Kio expressed that this year's celebrations had special commemorative value. The college has been training nurses at the Cheng-Kai Memorial Hall for 66 years. KWNC will be relocated in July and will officially commence teaching during September in the new campus at Islands District Medical Complex. She believed that through the opening of the new building, it would bring a fresh beginning and a bright vision in the 100th anniversary of the founding of the College next year.

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