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President Brophy visited Asia this past spring to visit alumni, parents and donors He started his trip in Jakarta. To view his complete list of travel dates visit: view full travel schedule
Finishing his international travel in Beijing, China, President Brophy met with staff members of Kings Colleges. Kings Colleges is a leading group of international colleges in the UK and USA, specializing in university preparation courses.
President Brophy enjoyed the pleasure of meeting with Marymount parents Mr. Zeng Yong Tao and Ms. Li Xin Zheng at the Beijing Wangfujing Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant.
Pictured in the nicely appointed lobby of the ICC Kowloon Hotel in Hong Kong is President Brophy and Marymount parent Ms. Linda Loi Tsz Fan.
President Brophy joined Kitty Wu, Benjamin Au and Jessica Poon, of USA Student Service while in Hong Kong.
President Brophy arrived in New Delhi, India, to meet with Marymount parent Mr. V.K. Srivastava, group chairman of the Veecon Group of Companies. Joining them for a photo (center) is the chief chef at the ITC Maurya Hotel restaurants. Over the years, ITC Hotels have earned a reputation for excellence in its culinary endeavors.
President Michael Brophy visited with two Singaporean families at the Hilton Singapore. Pictured at left is Mr. Kenny Lim with his wife, Mrs. Irene Kam, parents of Marymount College student Kesley Lim. Mr. Lim is the CEO of Marine Tankers Holdings PTE, LTD. Pictured at right of President Brophy is Mr. Vincent Pang and Ms. Kyung Boon Park, parents of Marymount student Ren Zhu Pang. Mr. Pang is the General Manager of Emhart Glass.
Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is a southeast Asian city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. An island country made up of 63 islands, it is separated from Malaysia by the Straits of Johor to the north and from Indonesia's Riau Islands by the Singapore Strait to the south.
Mr. Ang Kok Bin and Ms. Christine Tjahjadi, parents of a first-year Marymount student, joined President Brophy in Jakarta, Indonesia, at a reception for parents and alumni. Mr. Ang Kok Bin is the president director of Honda Daan Mogot and is a member of the Young Presidents' Organization. President Brophy is a member of the Young Presidents' Organization as well.
Joining President Brophy at the Jakarta reception were Hendri and Jessica Sutandinata, parents of a current Marymount student. Mr. Sutandinata is a member of the Young Presidents' Organization and president director of the Maya Company. Dr. Brophy is also a member of the Young Presidents' Organization whose mission is to create "Better Leaders Through Education and Idea Exchange."
Almunus Holip Soekawan joined Dr. Brophy at a reception held in Jakarta for Marymount parents and alumni. Mr. Soekawan is the CEO of Erhosecuity.
The world's most expensive coffee was served to those gathered with President Brophy at the Jakarta coffee house, Kopi Luwak.
Marymount President Michael Brophy joined parents and friends of Marymount students at Kopi Luwak, a famous coffee house in Jarkata, Indonesia
Shown in above photo are Dr. Brophy, Bishop Anthony Chuong and three sisters of the Lovers of the Holy Cross from the Hung Hoa diocese, Vietnam.
Two sisters from Vietnam, Sr. Ban Thi Phung and Sr. Tuyet Nguyen, are currently guests in the FLS English as a second language program based at Marymount College. They came to Marymount from the Lovers of the Holy Cross community in the Hung Hao diocese, which is north of Hanoi, and are part of our continued partnership with this diocese. Besides sharing their joyful presence with us, they assist Campus Ministry as chapel sacristans and leaders of prayer, especially during Friday Adoration.
The Lovers of the Holy Cross is a Roman Catholic female congregation, founded in 1670 by the first vicar Apostolic in Tong-king and Cochin, China, Pierre Lambert de la Motte. The community has approximately 4,800 members. It is the first female religious congregation to be distinguished by its East Asian characteristics, both contemplative and apostolic. There are 24 communes of the Lovers of the Holy Cross sisters of Vietnamese origin, one of which is located in the United States.
Dr. Brophy attended an information session hosted by the Atlantic International Education and Training Company, Ltd. Dr. Brophy is pictured here with Nguyen Ha Chung of AG.
Students and parents also attended the information session presented by AG.