RCHKS celebrated two great events within one week – we chartered Our first  Chinese Speaking Interact club, St. Peter Secondary school and first rotaract club, Centennial College -HKU. We currently have four interact clubs and all schools are English speaking international school.

1st Chinese Speaking Interact Club

In the past year, we want to extend our partnership with local school in the south district.  With the dedication work of PP Thomas Yeung, we wrote to all local school and South district introducing the Interact Program. St. Peter secondary school is a well established local school serving the Aberdeen community for 49 years. The inauguration ceremony was held on the 14th March.  There were 35 Interactors, DG Eugene Fong, PP Rosa Pang and RCHKS members were presented.

1st Rotaract of Rotary Club of Hong Kong South

In the evening of 20 March 2014, the first Rotaract Club of Hong Kong South, Centennial College of the University of Hong Kong was inaugurated.  Founded in the centenary year of The University of Hong Kong (HKU), Centennial College is a self-financed tertiary education institution established by HKU to continue the university’s heritage of providing the highest quality of education in keeping with the demands of the times. There were 15 Rotaractors, DG Eugene Fong, PP Silva Yeung and more than 20 RCHKS members presented. Apart from the enthusiasm and serviced-mind of the Rotaractors, other distinctive features of this 1st Rotaract Club of the Rotary Club of Hong Kong South include its formation was only completed within 6 months.  One important note is that it is chartered by the son of a Rotarian of the Club, nurturing the second generation to embark on his Rotary journey – Service Above Self.

Service Above Self

Prior to the official inauguration, both clubs already actively participating in the service projects active participation of the Rotaractors in the service projects at both  District 3450 level and Club level namely, the –“Preserve Planet Earth – Sustainable Seafood Ambassador Programme” and the “Single Elderly Visit” respectively.

In addition to helping these young Rotaractors to provide service to the needy, a number of sharing sessions have already been lined up to provide exposure to these Young Members. Our Club members are also prepared to mentoring them for both their career development and seeding them as future pillars of the society.

It is hoped that we will turn them all to Rotarians in the near future.