Category: Events

PTO Trip: Fort Bragg

-DVBS Archive Team-
The idea of a PTO Trip was proposed on August 25, at the very first ASC meeting. No one could have imagined the difficult process that would follow. After months of negotiation and compromise, juniors Marco He and Bo Han Zhu would finally appeal with a feasible plan: a one-day trip to the Pacific Coast with the purpose of student bonding and destress…

The Art of Glassblowing

-DVBS Archive Team-
It was chilly and rainy as the high school students of DVBS strolled down to the big tent in front of the Buddha Hall. Today we will spectate Mr. Chris Gifford demonstrate the art of glassblowing.

Celebrating the New Year in Oakland

-DVBS Archive Team-
The in-school Chinese New Year Celebration, an integral tradition of the boys school, occurred on February 5th, 2019, and, just as the ambiance of festivity began to falter, the boys school revived the spirit of the New Year in the bay area later that week.

Karma Kitchen-February

-DVBS Archive Team-
“Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly,” - that was the mindset embodied by the boy school students as they prepared for the monthly Karma Kitchen. Having offered oatmeal as the main course for three consecutive months, organizer Mr. Hu proposed an ambitious challenge: Shamrock breakfast sandwiches with sides of spinach tofu scramble and sautéed kale.

Celebrating the Chinese New Year: Boys School

-DVBS Archive Team-
Chinese New Year. A day when everyone is cheerful and delighted to start of the year fresh and just throw everything back in time. As the year of dog passes, the new year of the pig comes. The first day of the new year is a day when everyone sets down a new goal and reaches for it.

First Annual Career Day!

By Daron Fong, DVBS c/o 2012 On Friday, February 1st, over thirty upperclassmen from the boys and girls division were treated to the first ever Career Day, hosted by Developing Virtue Alumni and IGDVS. The event was headlined by longtime friends Connie Chang and LiLing Poh, young professionals […]