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Club Assembly / Rtn Cynthia LAI
Date :  02 September 2019
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Ms. Shirley HUI / Act Locally, Think Globally
Date :  09 September 2019
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President Josephine LEUNG / Connect through Art
Date :  16 September 2019
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Hotel Panorama, 8A Hart Avenue, TST, Kowloon (Exit N1, TST MTR Station), Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Mr. Aswald AU / Property Technology
Date :  23 September 2019
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Hotel Panorama, 8A Hart Avenue, TST, Kowloon (Exit N1, TST MTR Station), Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Ms. Margie YEUNG / The Story of Montblanc
Date :  30 September 2019
GROWING LOCAL ECONOMIES
 
 
 
2003 - 2005
Livestock Exchange Program, Sichuan Province, China 

This was a joint project that ran over 3 years and managed by Medical Services International. The sponsors to the project (i.e. joint project) included Rotary Club of Tsim Sha Tsui, Rotary Club of Tai Po, Hong Kong and the Rotary Club of Taipei Shilin which was a sister Club of Rotary Club of Tsim Sha Tsui.

This project involved the supply of female goats and a Bora buck to a set number of local farmers. Farmers were taught on modern pasture maintenance and welfare of the sheep in order to generate higher quality of wool which they can sell.  This leads to their income increasing by many folds resulting in the farmers to be self sustainable.

 

1997- 1998
The Ephpheta Foundation for the Blind, Inc Quezon City, Philippines 

Rotary Club of Tsim Sha Tsui, co-sponsored with the Rotary Club of Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines, obtained the approval on a matching grant application from The Rotary Foundation.  A delivery van was acquired to deliver raw materials for making soap products to the Foundation. With better transportation, more soap products will be sold and more blind workers may be employed.