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1995A few enthusiastic old boys put together a simple list with names and email addresses of those who have expressed interest for such a new mode of correspondence.  The list, called the LSCOBEN (LSC Old Boys Electronic Network), soon grew and a basic website was established on the Internet.
1999The official website of the LSCOBA was first launched on 5 December after many iterations and carrying as its worldwide domain.
2001Several significant features were added to the website including the Professional Network Database on 27 October, which replaced the simple email list with personal and professional profiles of over a thousand Hong Kong Lasallians.
2004The Professional Network Database was merged with the Lasallians’ Directory on 11 November.
2006It was suggested that the website be revamped as it was launched some seven years ago.
2007Students were employed to upgrade the photo album only.
2008Budget allocation was made for the purchase of new servers.
2009It was resolved to allow only members to post on the Chatboard.
2010The member-only Chatboard was launched on 3 May.
2011The database was migrated to the new mail server whilst the website was migrated to the new webserver.
2012Budget was allocated, in two financial years, for the website revamp project.
2013The website revamp project was awarded.
2014The user acceptance test of the revamped website took place in April and May 2014.  The new look with many new functionalities was launched on 29 May.
2021Under the new project of digital transformation of the LSCOBA, the official website alongside with the membership database was completely revamped.

New responsive, mobile-friendly design was adopted. 
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The LSCOBA digital transformation initiative is led by the following Old Boys, and partially supported by donation from the Class of 2001:

Corum Chu1996
Louis Li1997
Christopher Lee1998
Ken Leung2001
Dr. Calvin Mak2001
Jimmy Chau2004
John Lam2004

We would like to thank the following Old Boys for the continual support and contribution over the years :

Dr. Gordon Fong1976
Paul Tam1977
Simon Lai1981
Leonard Chu1983
Stanley Shum1984
Willie Wong1984
Mark Huang1985
Derek Ku1985
Naresh Choithramani1989
Philip In1989
Ted Lam1989
Paul Lee1989
Dinesh Choithramani1991
Horace Chan Yat Hong1993
Colin Cheung Ming Wai1993
Derek Choy Hin Chung1993
Francis Ma Tsz Wang1993
Anfernee Lam1995
Kevin Leung Siu Hang1996
Tony Wat Hong Fai1996
Raymond Chung1997
Simon Suen1997
Gilbert Fung1998
Albert Au-Yeung1999
Gary Choy1999
Gary Ng1999