In 1935, Sir Andrew Caldecott (郝德傑) was appointed governor of Hong Kong. His tenure was the shortest in Hong Kong colonial history, for he was appointed the second last governor of Ceylon a little more than a year later to handle the threat to the British administration caused by the overwhelming national liberation movement in Ceylon. When arriving in Hong Kong to assume the Governorship, Caldecott, unusually, elected to wear civilian dress, something that would not happen again until the arrival, in 1992, of the last colonial Governor, Chris Patten.
Place: Maryknoll Convent School (Primary Section)- Old Wing : 瑪利諾修院學校 (小學部)- 舊翼
Address: 130 Waterloo Road, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong (九龍窩打老道130號)
Maryknoll Convent School (MCS, 瑪利諾修院學校) is a prestigious Roman Catholic girls’ school with primary and secondary sections at Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong. It was founded by the American Maryknoll Sisters in Hong Kong in 1925. MCS is well-known for its distinguished
academic results and school traditions. It also has a good reputation for its cultural achievemnts at both local and international levels.