Henry Tsang, the father of two sons who have attended Marymount College, extended his hospitality welcoming Dr. Brophy to Singapore. Dr. Brophy met with Mr. Tsang at the Hilton Singapore and discussed the exciting developments occurring at the College.
Henry’s son, Aaron, is currently enrolled at Marymount College while his brother Kerwin, an alumni, is working on special projects through the College President's Office. “Aaron and Kerwin are great young men", said Dr. Brophy. “The Tsang family is very happy that their sons have received a Marymount education.”
The Hartono family parents, Thomas Hartono and Jocelyn Tjioe, and Dr. Brophy visited the Sentosa Center in Singapore for dinner and enjoyed a walk through the new massive entertainment complex.
Alumni, Norman Hartono, was enrolled in a Marymount film class taught by Dr. Brophy so they enjoyed comparing notes about recent movies. Another interest of Mr. Hartono’s during his enrollment at Marymount was participation in the activities of the campus Peace Center. He was also a member of Phi Theta Kappa, an academic honors society. Norman’s mother, Jocelyn Tjioe, is the senior vice president of Tung Lok Group in Singapore.
The Tung Lok Group own and manage more than 20 restaurants in Singapore, Indonesia, China, Japan and India and are known for their superior quality food, excellent service and unique interiors. Mr. Hartono is the managing director at Santomo PTE, Ltd. The company imports and exports printing ink, wallpaper, pigment and dye.