District News
Dear All Rotarians,
Thank All who have joined the District Forum last night. 
The Forum has successfully fulfilled with detailed explanations of each Proposed Resolution (except the courtesy ones) and good discussion and the communications among Rotarians.
Thank All Proposers of these Resolutions. 
Rotarians, please note that:
*Once the Proposed Resolutions are brought forward to All clubs, They MUST be voted by Club Representatives in the District Conference or District Legislation Meeting. *
Unless withdrawn by the proposer, no one has the power to discard any of them before they are to be voted by club representatives. 
This is a due respect to each proposer Rotarian’s basic Right, and due respect to Each Club’s basic Right to determine by their vote(s). 
Because Ballot By Mail method is an option different from our DNC method adopted for use in previous years.
So, Clubs have to decide first either to adopt Ballot by Mail which will then repeal the current Resolution RC/1-2014 about Nominating Committee and Pre-Q. 
That is to say, if clubs adopt RC/4-2019 on Ballot-by-mail, then there is no need to vote the RC/4a-2019 and RC/4b-2019, because both latter two concern amendment to the then repealed Resolution RC/1-2014 about Nominating Cmt and Pre-Q. 
And vice versa. 
Thank again for all those with the passion to serve and concern about District. 
Courtesy Resolutions (RC1-3-2019)
DG Selection Process (RC4, 4a, 4b-2019)
Other resolutions (RC5-7 2019)
District Resolution No RC 1 - 2014
Bylaws of Rotary International
Rotary Code of Policies
(NEW!) Program Rundown
Rehabilitation International Asia & Pacific Regional Conference
Dear Rotarians, 
It is a prestige opportunity to be pairing the two RIs—Rotary International and the Rehabilitation International for over a decade a meeting together for the common goal—to serve the needed in rehabilitation. 
Please join and appreciate this opportunity. 
Thank lots!

Rehabilitation International Asia & Pacific Regional Conference

26 (Wed) to 28 (Fri) June 2019, Macau

Rehabilitation International (RIG), founded in 1922, is a global organization and network that empowers persons with disabilities and provides sustainable solutions toward achieving a more inclusive society for them.  It has much linkage with Rotary.  Edgar Allen, the founding president of National Society for Crippled Children (forerunner of RIG) was a Rotarian in Ohio, USA.  The rehabilitation movement in the early days was attributed to the support of Rotary Clubs. Paul Harris was to call the “crippled children movement the most illustrious offspring of Rotary.” Paul Harris himself served as the first Chairman when International Society for Crippled Children (now RIG) was established in 1922.

To celebrate the journey together over the past 100 years, a plenary session during the Rehabilitation International Asia & Pacific Regional Conference is dedicated to showcase the rehabilitation service projects that Rotary Clubs in District 3450 have carried out.  DG YC Ho will be moderating the session.  We are now calling for club presidents and Rotarians to participate in conference and the plenary session.


Rehabilitation International Asia & Pacific Regional Conference

Date: 26 (Wed) to 28 (Fri) June 2019

Venue: Venetian Macao Resort Hotel

Program: https://www.rimacau2019.org/daily-program/

Registration Fees:





3-Day Full Program for Macao and Hong Kong Residents




1-Day Special Program (including Welcome Dinner) for Rotarians*




1-Day Special Program (excluding Welcome Dinner) for Rotarians*




* 1-Day Special Program is for Day 1 of the conference only. Registration Fee includes the following items:

·         lunch and tea breaks

·         One souvenir set: conference bag, selected stationery, USB & conference booklet

Free admission to the Art with the Disabled Exhibition and Assistive Device Exhibition 
For further information
Registration Form
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