|The appalling condition of the lion head. Alvin Soo(left) and Chan.|
|Worn-out materials. The lion head is heavily used for practice and during functions.|
|The sole season drum at the corner of the Wushu Room looks really "seasoned"!|
|Sorry state...the Wushu Club boys showing a broken frame.|
|The pathetic cymbal with a hole in it. The boys are getting ready to perform at a charity dinner, making do with what they have.|
Their involvement in wushu plays a significant part in the historical preservation of Chinese culture and heritage at St Michael's.
Note: We plan to send the damaged pair of lion heads for repair when we have acquired the pair of new ones so that the Club has at least two pairs to use. That would last for many more years. Now we can be rest assured that the items are passed down to many more juniors after this batch.
This simple gesture from our contributors is suffice to show the boys that someone out there still care.