Rotary in Hong Kong and Kowloon in 1952By Herbert K. Lau () (Rotary China Historian)1 December 2015This is the cover of the April 1952 Issue ofThe Rotarianmagazine, and this was the first time the beautiful Victoria Harbourscene used on the cover of this global magazine with pictorial story telling Rotarians world-wide how the then...

I was about to turn 40 when I joined Rotary. The timing was perfect. Id wandered into a profession, computer software development, where I was disconnected from any community.I was developing a somewhat complex database program for betting on horse races, based on 70 variables for each horse that enabled me and my colleagues...

General History of Rotary InternationalBy Herbert K. Lau () (Rotary China Historian)1 January2017 In its early years, Rotary clubs served as a respite for their members from the rampant corruption and fraud of the day. After a few years of conducting business with their fellow club members, Rotarians understood that one of the...

n 1951, seeing the post-war refugee stream in the British Crown Colony Hong Kong, and striving to help assimilate them, the Rotary Club of Hong Kong () took a special interest in the children huddled in rude homes and rarely eating all they want and looked for ways to help them.The way soon appeared.Raising...

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