School History
    • 1932

      The dignitaries of the Liu Clan employed the Liu Man Shek Tong Ancestral Hall to operate Fung Kai Primary School.

    • 1941
      Due to the breakout of the Pacific War, the school was suspended for a few months.
    • 1952
      An additional 6 classrooms were built and junior secondary education was provided.

      Mr. Liu Wai Hong served as the Principal of Fung Kai Primary School and Secondary School.

    • 1957
      The school moved to new premises with six classrooms on Jockey Club Road.
    • 1961

      Fung Kai Public School was registered as a charity.

    • 1963

      An additional six classrooms and science laboratory were built on Jockey Club Road campus and senior secondary education was provided. The School was named Fung Kai No.1 Secondary School. Yin Shing Tong Ancestral Hall was used to operate Fung Kai Kindergarten.



      Mr. Liu Yat Sun became the Principal of Fung Kai No.1 Secondary School and Fung Kai Primary School.
    • 1965
      Fung Kai No.2 Secondary School was operated in part of the Campus of Fung Kai No.1 Secondary School.
    • 1968
      The Campus of Fung Kai No.2 Secondary School commissioned.
    • 1974
      Phase 3 of the expansion programme of the Campus was completed. There were 27 classrooms, 10 special rooms, a hall and a library. Fung Kai Primary School moved to new premises next to Fung Kai No.1 Secondary School.
    • 1981
      A sports ground of approximately 800,000 square feet was built which included a 400m running track, 3 soccer pitches and 8 basketball courts.
    • 1982
      The 50th Anniversary Ceremony was officiated by Sir Crawford Murray, the then Governor of Hong Kong.
    • 1988
      The Campus of Fung Kai Kindergarten commissioned.
    • 1989
      Mr. Liu Poon Keung became the Principal of Fung Kai No.1 Secondary School.
    • 1990
      Fung Kai Liu Yun Sum Memorial School commissioned in Fanling.
    • 1992
      A 3-day celebration for the 60th Anniversary was held.
    • 1996

      A new building with 9 classrooms commissioned in Fung Kai No.1 Secondary School. Floating classes were cancelled.
      Fung Kai Liu Man Shek Tong Secondary School commissioned.。



    • 1998
      The Opening Ceremony of Fung Kai Liu Man Shek Tong Secondary School was officiated by Mr. Michael Suen Ming-yeung, JP, the then Secretary for Constitutional Affairs of the HKSAR.
    • 1999
      Fung Kai Care And Attention Home For The Elderly commissioned.
  • 2000
    The Opening Ceremony of Fung Kai Care And Attention Home For The Elderly was officiated by Dr. Yeoh Eng-kiong, JP, the then Secretary for Health and Welfare of the HKSAR.
  • 2000
    The School Improvement Programme of Fung Kai No. 1 Secondary School was completed and a new building with 9 classrooms was built.

  • 2001
    Evening adult education was provided.
  • 2002

    Mr. Show Hoo Hsu became the CEO of Fung Kai Public School.

  • 2004
    Mr. Ma Siu Leung became the CEO of Fung Kai Public School.
  • 2005
    Fung Kai Medical Centre was set up.

    Fung Kai Primary School was converted to whole-day schooling mode progressively and was spilt into Fung Kai No.1 Primary School and Fung Kai Innovative School. Fung Kai No.2 Secondary School was closed.

    Ms. Chan Ping Kuen became the forth Principal of Fung Kai No.1 Secondary School.
  • 2007
    Fung Kai Innovative Primary School cooperated with Microsoft and became the first “School of the Future”in Asia.
  • 2007.5
    The 75th Anniversary Opening Ceremony was officiated by Mr. Donald Tsang Yam Kuen, GBM, KBE, the then Chief Executive of the HKSAR.


    Fung Kai Education and Charity Foundation was set up.
  • 2007.12

    The 75th Anniversary Dinner was held at the Intercontinental Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui and was officiated by Mr. Henry Tany Ying Yen, GBS, JP, the then Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR.

  • 2009
    Mr. Wong Tsang-cheung became the fifth Principal of Fung Kai No.1 Secondary School.
  • 2010
    The school hall of Fung Kai Innovative School was named Mr. Liu Ching Leung Memorial Hall. The Opening Ceremony was officiated by Mr. Tung Chee Hwa, GBM, the Vice- Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
  • 2011
    Fung Kai No.1 Secondary School became one of the member schools of Project WeCan organized by the Wharf Limited and received a $15million subsidy in 6 years to enhance the school performance.

    Under Project WeCan, the Education Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong provided professional support to the School. The core business units of the Wharf also arranged various activities for students such as talks and visits.
  • 2012.11.19
    The 80th Anniversary Banquet with 88 tables was held at the L’Hotel Nina et Convention Centre in Tsuen Wan.

  • 2015
    A 5-lane 125m Tartan running track was built with the generous support of Fung Kai Public School, Project WeCan, Wheelock & Company Limited, Fung Kai affiliated schools, parents and alumni. The commissioning ceremony was officiated by Mr. Liu Pak Man, the then Chairman of Fung Kai Public School, Mr. Douglas Woo Chun-kuen, the Chairman of Wheelock and Company Limited (represented by Mr. Tsui Yiu Cheung, the Executive Director and Group Chief Financial Officer of Wheelock and Company Limited), Mr. Lam Tai Fai, SBS, BBS, JP, the then Legislative Councillor.



  • 2017.11.3
    The 85th Anniversary Banquet was held at the Kowloon Bay International Trade & Exhibition Centre on 3rd November, 2017 and was officiated by Mr. Mathew Cheung Kin Chung, GBM, GBS, JP, the Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR.

  • 2018.6.19
    The Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Jockey Club Fung Kai Indoor Swimming Complex was officiated by Mr. Yeung Yun-hung, JP, the Secretary for Education of the HKSAR.


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