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Cadet Activities

Cadet Activities

Cadet activities are intended as recreation and relaxation from schoolwork for the cadets. However, these activities also enhance social, physical, intellectual, emotional and artistic growth for the cadets participating in the activities, and hence develop them into well-rounded and quality members of the society.

Devon Miller conducts English conversation practice in the English Training Company
Devon Miller conducts English conversation practice in the English Training Company
The Dance Club performs a lively number
The Dance Club performs a lively number
 
Since cadet activities play an important role in cadet life in campus, this Academy provides a variety of opportunities for cadets to participate in clubs, societies, and teams in five categories. All the clubs, societies and teams are run by cadets themselves, with the advice of faculty members. Through years of assiduous participation and efforts, some clubs have achieved remarkable results and established good tradition.
The Drum & Bugle Corps performs with dashing and valiant
The Drum & Bugle Corps performs with dashing and valiant
The Drum & Bugle Corps performs with valor and vigor.
 
Clubs that have enjoyed a good name and been particularly popular in this Academy include Whampoa Choir, Western Music Band, Dance Club, Photography Club, Rugby team... etc. And the Whampoa Choir have won consecutive championships in the military intramural competitions and performed remarkably in recent years.
The Whampoa Choir demonstrates high spirit with their angelic voices
The Whampoa Choir demonstrates high spirit with their angelic voices
 
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