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Yeh Ting Kuai Tai Nan

Founding President of the Rotary Club of Tainan Three elected mayors of Tainan City - Ye Tinggui Researcher of Chinese Rotary History Liu Jingheng December 1, 2013 In 1960, there were 4 Rotary clubs in Hong Kong, a British territory (Hong Kong Club, Kowloon Club, Hong Kong Eastern Club, Hong Kong Western Club). There is one in Macau (Macau News Agency), the territory of Jamaica, and 12 in Taiwan Province of the Republic of China (including the Tainan Rotary Club). Total of three regions The 17 agency requested the establishment of a region, approved by Rotary International, on July 1st, it was co-organized into a new Rotary International 345 area. The Tainan Rotary Club is the Taipei Club second only to 1948, the second Rotary Club established in Taiwan Province of the Republic of China, November 1953 Obtained the certificate of International Rotary Award on 23rd. The first president was Ye Tinggui, the first...

Dr. Wu Yung Chang Yai Chung 巫永昌醫學博士臺中

Doctor Wu Yongchang, the oldest director of the International Rotary 345 area, Liu Jingheng, a researcher on the history of Chinese Rotary. October 1, 2013 Wu Yung-Chang Free (1905-2000) is a century-old Chinese Rotary history The "oldest" district director, he was 72 years old the year he was in office. To this day, he is still the holder of this record. In February 1905, Wu Yongchang and Rotary "born" at the same time. He joined the Rotary Club of Taichung on May 21, 1955; served as the third president from 1957 to 1958, and went to Dallas, Texas, U.S.A. to participate in the 49th Annual International Rotary Club. Rotary is very active in Taichung. He helped to establish Fengyuan, Nantou, Puli, Taichung Southeast, and Northwest clubs, and all participated. 90% of Taichung's early doctors were introduced by him to join the Rotary, and in their eighties he still introduced new recruits into the club...

Sheung H. Sung 宋常康

Christian Church Supervisor-Song Changkang, the 16th Director of Rotary International 345 District Liu Jingheng, Researcher of Chinese Rotary History July 1, 2018 Sheung H. Sung (May 17, 1917-January 23, 2018) ), joined the Hong Kong Rotary Club in 1956, and served as the president from 1967 to 1968. Following Chen Anqi of the Rotary Club of Taipei West District, he served as the sixteenth director of the International Rotary 345 region from 1975 to 1976. The geographical area includes Taiwan Province of the Republic of China, Hong Kong, a British territory, and Macau, a Portuguese territory. At that time, there were no north-south expressways and no high-speed trains in Taiwan. The only way to travel between Hong Kong and Macau is steamer ships that have sailed for several hours. To complete the visits to dozens of Rotary clubs one by one, it was hard work. Among the more than 3,000 members in the three...

Chang Shen Fu 張申福

Zhang Shen-fu Third Director of Rotary International 345 Region Researcher of Chinese Rotary History Liu Jingheng Member of "Rotary" Monthly Publication Committee 1999-2003 October 1, 2013 Chang Shen-Fu Sunny, President of Rotary Club of Taipei (1957) -1958). A few years later, he was the second member of the club, serving as the Rotary International clerk---the third director of Rotary International 345 (1962-1963). The geographical area includes Taiwan Province of the Republic of China, Hong Kong, a British territory, and Portugal. Territory of Macau. At that time, Zhang Shenfu was the General Taxation Department of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Customs (1960-1964). Zhang Shenfu was the editor-in-chief of the Chinese quarterly "Rotary". On March 29, 1959, representatives of 16 Rotary clubs from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Kowloon, and Macau held the 7th Interport Conference in Zhongshan Hall, Taipei City, and decided to publish the Chinese Rotary Magazine. And designated Taipei News Agency Zhang Shenfu, Zhu Yitian,...

Reverend Dr Andrew Ben Loo

Reverend Dr. Andrew Ben Loo, Founding President of the Rotary Club of Taipei North District in 1959. Later, he served as the regional director of Rotary International 345 from 1968 to 1969. The geographical area includes Taiwan Province of the Republic of China, Hong Kong, a British territory, and Macau, a Portuguese territory. Lu Qiwo was originally from Shunde County, Guangdong Province, China, and was born in New York City in 1913. Studied at Guangzhou Peizheng Middle School, Peking Huiwen Middle School, private Peking University, Missouri State University (Missouri State University), Northwestern University Chicago (Northwestern University, Chicago), Kancheng Bible University and School of Music, Philadelphia Oriental University (Eastern University, Philadelphia) and Columbia University, New York (Columbia University, New York), received a doctorate in theology and a doctorate in music education. He used to be the music director of Beiping Yuying Middle School, the pastor of Chinese churches in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and New York City,...

臺灣觀光事業之父 游彌堅 Yew Mi Kien

The father of Taiwan's tourism industry--Yew Mi-Kien International Rotary 345 District Seventh Director Liu Jingheng Researcher of Chinese Rotary History October 1, 2013 Yew Mi-Kien "Mickey" (October 21, 1897-1971) December 12), a politician of the Chinese Kuomintang, served as the second mayor of Taipei from March 1946 to February 1950. You Mijian was originally a member of the Taipei Rotary Club. In 1954, he participated in the organization of the Taipei West District Rotary Club and served as the first president of the Chuang Club (1955-1956). Later, he served as the regional director of Rotary International 345 from 1966 to 1967. The geographical area includes Taiwan Province of the Republic of China, Hong Kong, a British territory, and Macau, a Portuguese territory. The birth of the Rotary Club of Taipei West District The establishment of the Rotary Club of Taipei in 1948 brought back to life the Taiwanese Rotary Movement, which was terminated by...

Lawyer Yu 虞舜 1

Jurist - Yu Shun Researcher of Chinese Rotary History Liu Jingheng October 1, 2013 Lawyer Yu (1912-1998), a jurist of the Republic of China, former member of the Rotary Club of Taipei North District. 1968 In the year he participated in the organization of the Rotary Club of Taipei South District and served as the president of the Chuang Club (1969-1970-1971). Later served as the International Rotary in 1978-1979 345 Regional Director, the geographic area includes the northern part of Taiwan Province of the Republic of China (the north of Hsinchu includes Yilan), the British territory Hong Kong, and Portugal Territory of Macau. Established the Rotary Club of Taipei South District On July 18, 1968, the Rotary Club of Taipei North District decided to request the district director Revd. Dr. Andrew Ben Loo to help organize the formation of the South District Club. Director Lu appointed the former president Mao Minchu as the...

Lee Chao

Lee Chao-Jan (Rotary Club of Taipei West District)-Regional Director of Rotary International 345 (1982-1983)

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Extract from the Rotarian 1994 The establishment of Shanghai Rotary Club and its initial service plan When Rotary was founded in Shanghai in 1919, at that time, Shanghai, the largest port in the Yangtze River Estuary in China, and it is also the countrys largest port The main window for the opening of the world. In the chaotic years after the First World War, on Hai has provided many development opportunities for new industries and businesses. China has experienced the end of the Manchu dynasty and the 1911 revolution Success, and has embarked on a bold process of reform. In Shanghai In addition to Chinese natives, there are still a large group of heroes, People from the U.S., Japan and European countries all set up in this ancient port Li business. The Rotary Club of Shanghai was destined to be in China from the beginning Rotary has played a decisive role in history. More about this source text Source text required for additional translation information Send...

Ricardo Lin1984

Ricardo Lin (Rotary Club of Taipei East District) Regional Director of Rotary International 345 (1984-1985) Step into the door of the Rotary Befriended Rotary for 40 years Lin Huaxin A wise man who has progressed urges people to look forward. Neither dare to boast that people "learn the new while reviewing the past,".. The quatrains of the former Wangwei: "But don't ask again, when the clouds are endless." Jian, succinct and clean in ten words, provides an incisive and incisive answer to the trend of the world's life. The aftertaste is endless after contemplation. When I was writing, I was living idle on Xiadao Mountain. Looking down at the mountain, the sea and the sky were the same color. I realized that "the endless white clouds" means far-reaching, and the world and human feelings are just like white clouds floating away! The Rotary Club of the Eastern District was founded in 1964. It has been more than forty years...

Norovyn Altankhuyag

Rotarian Norovyn Altankhuyag Prime Minister of Mongolia 20122014 By Herbert K. Lau () (Founder of Tuul Rotary Club, Mongolia) 1 January 2015 Norovyn Altankhuyag ( ) is a Mongolian politician who was the Prime Minister of Mongolia from 2012 to 2014. Altankhuyag is a Charter Member of Tuul Rotary Club ( P K), and later served as its President in 2007-2008. The Rotary Club of Tuul, Mongolia, was admitted membership to Rotary International on 23 February 2004, the 99th Anniversary of Rotary. The story of the Club began at the premises of Altan Gadas ( ) Association (in English, North Star Association) in Ulaanbaatar (), which is a non-governmental organization dedicating to humanitarian and community services. That was November 2003 when Herbert K. Lau was having a business trip to the city. Taking this opportunity, Herbert K. Lau had a private meeting with Madam Sh. Battsetseg (. ),...

Hong Kong Has Twins October 1954

Extract from [The Rotarian] October 1954. The British Crown Colony of Hong Kong, for all its fame and importance astride one of the major trade routes to China, is not very large. Ts total area is 391 square miles; the area of Hong Kong Island itself is only 361/2 square miles. Yet on that later speck of land there are three Rotary Clubs: the mature mother Club of Hong Kong, and its new twin sons, East and West.

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