CHINESE Young Man's Christian Association (YMCA) College held its first student-parent night recently, attracting about 500 guests including parents, students and special guests from the Hong Kong Society for the Blind. In his opening speech, principal Tong Po-kwai said the event was the first step in integrating the school with the community. Through the students' performances, parents had a chance to appreciate what their children had done in school and in public contests like the Hong Kong Speech and Music Festivals. Two parents also performed a Chinese folk song. The school hopes to bring students and their parents closer and to get parents more involved in school affairs. A drama entitled Where Could Grandpa Be? was staged by the students to illustrate love and concern among three generations. The night's programme ended with two interesting games in which the audience also took part. The first game required participants to express their views about family ties through Chinese poems and the second game was aimed at testing how well family members understood each other.