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Archive | Letters Written as DG (2000-2001)

The quest goes on

My Dear Rotarians and friends, in particular my Action Presidents, I noticed early this morning that Rick King’s picture was already on center stage of the RI Website, more than 24 hours, East Coast time, ahead of his term. And why not? By convention, the president-elect is president after the international convention; and indeed some […]

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New York, New York

My Dear Rotarians and friends, in particular my Action Presidents, Last week, I went to Beijing for the annual District Visit to the Ministries without Rosita. Happily, I was in a delegation of 16, comprising Governor-elect Johnson Chu, Governor-nominee Gloria Chan, six Action Presidents, namely Ada Cheng, Meggy Tseung, Peter Wan, Y C Chan, Witman […]

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Happy Mother”s Day

My Dear Rotarians and friends, in particular my Action Presidents, Most of you would probably spend today or at least part of the day with a mother, grandmother, or mother-to-be. Some of us could be scurrying around town for roses or carnations while others, being blamed, chided, scoffed or ridiculed for forgetting or refusing to […]

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Chair-days

My Dear Rotarians and friends, in particular my Action Presidents, My Easter message last week drew responses from many of you. Thank you very much. You are of more value than many sparrows. (Matt. 10:31) A past president sent me the same quote from the James version, but I am particularly impressed by what Past […]

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Happy Easter

My Dear Rotarians and friends, in particular my Action Presidents, Easter was the Saxon goddess of the east and her festival was held in the spring. April was called Ostermonath, or the month of the Ost-end wind (wind from the east). Easter was therefore the April feast, traditionally lasting for eight days. Our Easter Sunday […]

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