The Last Lasallian

With the retirement of Brother Paul Ho, this marks a new era for St. Xavier’s Institution and definitely the school will never ever be the same again without a Brother roaming the corridors of the school.

I was a Xavierian right throughout my schooling years and I am really proud to be one. The school has taught me so many things, not only in terms of academic but also in terms of emotional and moral values, which I could not have possibly learned anywhere else. The culture of the school is totally unique in many ways and it is this uniqueness that makes the school so special to me.

The retirement of Brother Paul Ho brought to a close the 157-year presence of the La Salle Brothers in Malaysia. The legacy La Salle brothers in Malaysia started in March 1852 when a majestic sailing ship completed its 3-month voyage and entered Singapore’s busy harbour. Six Brothers came ashore to take charge of St. Joseph’s Institution, Singapore and in Penang the very same month, St. Xavier’s Institution. 

Via Malaysiakini

My only hope now is that whomever that is taking over from Brother Paul Ho, please preserve the school’s rich 157 years of history and culture. Cheers! ^^,

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