March, 2019

All the posts published.

The annual keynote event of our club. 80 elderlies from the Yan Chai Hospital Community Services Eldery Services Department were invited to JW Marriott Hotel to enjoy a sumptuous lunch and an afternoon of entertainment and games. Recipients of the Scholarship for the Visually Impaired sang for the occasion, while Marycove School’s students performed lion dance. A Chinese Opera singing performance was provided by the Society for the Blind members. …

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Guest Speaker: Mr. John Siu  Managing Director, Hong Kong, Cushman & Wakefield | 戴德梁行 Topic: Greater Bay Area Business Platform Abstract: Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) | 戴德梁行 is a leading global real estate services firm that has 48,000 employees in 400 offices across the globe. In Greater China, they have 20 offices in key cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. Its integrated property solutions are realized across ten skill lines, …

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Finale of the IDEAL Carers’ Project ‘道風山上的開心茶座’ outing held at Shatin 道風山 after 3 previous workshops. It was an emotional finish. All participants felt they have gained from the project. They feel more empowered to face the challenges ahead, more ready to take good care of themselves and more open to talk about their emotions. They have made some good friends through the project too. There were about 15 beneficiary …

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Big Bay Area Cultural Exchange organized by the China Liaison Office was a joint-club event. About 70 Zontians from 7 Zonta clubs in Hong Kong participated in this action-packed cultural visit. We visited Futian’s world-class IT companies including Tencent, DJI, 深圳光啟集團 and witnessd how advance their IT products are. We visited Shenzhen 婦聯 and learned the great work they are doing for women and children. We stayed at 紫荊山庄, the …

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童婚 Hong Kong Economic Journal (信報) | 7 March 2019

祟德社保護女童活動 Capital Magazine | March 2019

Fellowship Baking for SOCO Tram Ride at Coup Kitchen on 1 March 2019

Zonta Club of Hong Kong East | 2019 March