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Scholarship Awards General Info. (generally July to Sept. each year).  Check this page for the 2007 Scholarship Awards during the Summer of 2007!   
View downloadable  2006  Application  below   --  Jr. High, High School, and College students can fill out and submit applications for our yearly Scholarship Awards.   All applicants should have a minimum 3.5 GPA based on a 4.0 scale.  GPA for applicants are based on the following:  Jr. High/Middle School graduates are for final year only; high school graduate - senior year; college - Fall of last year to Spring of this year.  
Scholarship Awards will be in the form of checks awarded to the most qualified individuals at our Awards ceremony in September at the Loong Kong Association and are at the sole discretion of our Scholarship Committee.  Applicants must be one of the four surnames (or spelling variations) of Lew, Kwan, Jung, or Chew, as determined by the Chinese character of the applicant's surname (see the characters on the right).   Announcements of the scholarship awards applications will also be made in the Chinese newspapers.    Each application must be certified by a Lung Kong Association chapter.  Application must be postmarked by Sept. 3, 2006.  Our address is:  Loong Kong Tien Yee Association of San Francisco,  924 Grant Ave., 4th floor,  San Francisco, CA  94108.      
Click the links below to download a .pdf file of the application and submission information.  (You need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed before downloading, available for free at


2006 winning English and Chinese essays are displayed below.  Congratulations to the winners!    English essay winner is Michelle Lew and the Chinese essay winner is Yi Natalie Kwan.      


2006 Scholarship Awards Application - click here

2006 English essay winner Michelle Lew
2006 English essay winner Michelle Lew

2006 Chinese essay winner Yi Natalie Kwan
2006 Chinese essay winner Yi Natalie Kwan