Community Service - Tree Planting and Cleaning Walter Hsueh 2019-09-21 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Aug 26, 2019

2019 Aug Vocational Visit: we went to Sin Hong Foods, the largest Bean Sprout manufacturer in New Zealand.
From seed to the end product, all done within this modern and environmentally friendly factory. The owner even helps the Waikato council to purify all their used water then send it back to the river. What an excellent and win-win practice for the business and action their share for the sustainability for our precious environment, well done!!!

企業參訪活動 - 參觀奧克蘭最大豆芽工廠。看到豆芽的成長與收成到包裝的流程。 乾淨衛生又好吃。老闆還親切送我們一包包的豆芽伴手禮。謝謝。
感謝本社Samuel為我們安排如此健康開心的企業參訪活動。 👍👍

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Vocational Visit Walter Hsueh 2019-08-25 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Aug 23, 2019
20190823 Friday night
RC of Auckland South joined
Harbourside Rotary Club to celebrate 25th Anniversary
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Harbourside Rotary Club 25th Anniversary Walter Hsueh 2019-08-22 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Aug 16, 2019
Sam is an 18 years Year-13 student at Michael Park School. When he decided on his individual graduation project, he wants something different! 
He wants some fun, memorable, reflect on his life, and benefit to the community. He approaches Rotary Auckland South, and we came out a spark of a Charity Concern of his Lifetime Journey!  大奧蘭扶輪社將分配演唱會所捐曾款項 用於地區字典和根除小兒麻痺的計畫 (End of Polio)
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Student Charity Concern for Dictionary and End of Polio Projects Walter Hsueh 2019-08-15 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 02, 2019
RC Remuera held their changeover at Remuera Golf Club with a Red Carpet theme. The evening was wonderfully presented where RC Remuera Immediate Past Present David gave a summary of the highlights of the year. We were told of the wonderful news that the Fiji Oxygen Project goal of $650,000 had been reached. Auckland South was awarded with a certificate of appreciation for the support and contribution made to fundraising for the Fiji Oxygen Project through the 'Shooting for Oxygen' of $10,000. Thank you to IPP David and President Catherine. 
RC Remuera Changeover 2019-07-01 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 01, 2019

It’s hard to believe time has gone by so fast and that this Rotary year is coming to the end. on Sunday 30th July, Immediate Past President Janet voiced how it has been a privilege and where she has been inspired. "A big thank you to the committee and all club members for their generous time and financial contributions towards Rotary services and projects we have worked on together." Janet recently come back from attending Rotary International Convention for the first time in Hamburg, Germany and shared one thing that deeply touched her. By attending such a grand scale international event and being surrounded by more than 20,000 like-minded enthusiastic Rotarians, it helped to redefine your goals and values. 

From "be the Inspiration", we move forwards to continue our good work under President Walter's leadership to "connect Rotary to the world".

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Meet Rotarians at Rotary's Hamburg Convention 2019! It magnetised us to be part of the Inspiration and then relay to Connect the World. A perfect learning opportunity for Auckland South delegation that experienced Rotary fellowship and friendship, latest status of Rotary across the world, as well as  appreciating the global vision, strategies and priorities. All these have been cascading to every Rotarians and drive them from an individual club, district through international levels for deliveries.
The Convention 2019 cited a wonderful completion of 2018/19 and we shall be looking forward to a brilliant start of Connecting to the World. 
Club Event: Rotary's Hamburg Convention 2019 2019-06-05 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on May 27, 2019
The authentic Indian cultural experience amazed RC Auckland South members and families, thanks to the Diaspora Night & Fundraising Dinner organised by RC Papatoetoe Central. Congratulations to your accomplishments of successful tree plantation and other major projects, fantastic cultural performance and certainly great causes of fundraising.   
Club event: Indian Dispora Night from RC Papatoetoe Central 2019-05-26 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on May 20, 2019
7 club executives from Auckland South attended the LETS on 19th May in St Cuthbert's College. The full day session accentuated Rotary's new theme and related strategies also focuses. Following the changes in the forthcoming years for D9920, the stronger demand to connect to the world will motivate Rotarians for more inter-club engagement for greater projects in both international and local as well as more effective chemistry assisted by technology through Club Runner.     
7 club members also participated the group sessions on different portions for club operation to deep dive the insights, and highlighted the efforts to youth related projects, which will be one of the key focuses for next year to experiment the connections with high schools, universities and educational institutes to either help contributing communities or cultivate future leadership. The harvest directs our club to work together with inspiration.
Club event: Rotary Leader Elect Training Seminar (LETS) 2019-05-19 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on May 17, 2019
Happy Birthday to our Club! Rotarians of Auckland South Club cheered for the 5th anniversary in Alexandra Restaurant. Nice foods and drinks served the celebration, a slideshow of photo album to retrieve the footpath that the Club has been coming through, and each member shared 2 most unforgettable moments in their Rotary service.
President Janet speech the look-back on her Presidential service 2018/19, sent her gratitude to members who contributed our projects, fund raisings and  volunteering. It was exceptional to establish this club in New Zealand on its migrant base, then it progressed to learn how to be a genuine Rotarian also being proactive in District 9920. The Oxygen Project is simply a milestone because there will be many more great projects for us to work with other Club for accomplishment. By relaying to PE Walter soon, our heritage and passion will be continued for next gracious chapters.  
With cakes and toasts, Janet led everyone making a wish for the brilliant future of our club, surrounded by Rotary Song.
Club Event: The 5th Anniversary of our Club 2019-05-16 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on May 17, 2019
Auckland South Club has been working with Make-A-Wish for the past few years and continues to remain relationship with the organisation for more projects. Pam Elgar CEO and Debbie Hoskins, Medical Outreach Manager from Make-A-Wish received donation at $2,000 from us, and were keen to introduce more MAW projects for deepened team-up next year.  
Club Event: Donation to Make-A-Wish 2019-05-16 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on May 16, 2019
Five Auckland South Club members joined Rotary Harbourside for the annual Southern Cross Campus hospitality and catering evening. An amazing experience to the cooks and the service by passionate students. Glad to support the school with our cluster club since 2017 for friendship and fellowship.
Club Event: Southern Cross Hospitality Evening with RC Harbourside 2019-05-15 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on May 14, 2019
It started from a comprehensive "Review and Preview" to further understand the RI vision, strategies, directions through status of our District, as well as retrieving what D9920 has collaborated and accomplished at many aspects. The colourful Napier embraced Rotarians not only an amazing conference but also local cultural varieties with many unexpectedness.
One of the biggest unexpectedness was undoubtedly the award of Club Project Excellence to honour our Club! The Shooting for Oxygen is marked an experience-design innovation to engage the empathy for a great cause, which lasted for 6 months with a number of signature moments to work with cluster clubs and more. The cohesion throughout club members has been booming even if we were not certain about the performance outcome in the beginning, and now it turned to a glory of being recognised and further motivates our club to contribute for next year.  
Our honour from District Conference in Napier 2019-05-13 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Apr 26, 2019
Mr Garry Nicholls, JP was invited to be our speaker to bring insights of Justice of Peace. His 28-year JP track record distinguished a presence to walk us through what JP is actually doing, how to becoming a JP, its diversity, as well as the challenges to face. 
A book title of "Reading the Riot Act" summarising 200 years history of Justice of the Peace in New Zealand, presented the cultural and social changes which has been always demanding the service value of JP to cope with; therefore becoming a Justice of Peace is never easy with high entry barrier through rounds of assessment but also a continuous learning to reflecting the diversified cultural needs to better serve the public.   
Speaker: Garry Nicholls, JP 2019-04-25 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Apr 12, 2019
AG Gabby visited RC Auckland South with PDG Willard. They joined the post-event review of Cultural and Charity Night hosted by President Janet, as well as being presented by Secretary Madison about his outtakes from departed RLI training, then the visionary views by PE Walter for his incoming presidential stint. 
Some important directions were given by AG Gabby about new vision for Rotary with new theme of "Rotary Connects the World" to accentuate the connectivity and dedication. "Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change - across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves." We were encouraged by AG Gabby to be active members and involve ourselves in projects and just by doing what we think may seem to be ordinary Rotary activities, we are the source of inspiration and have impacts far greater than we might ever imagine.
Meanwhile Frances Lee from Malaysia came to courtesy our club as an observer. He used to be a Rotarian club member in Kuala Lumper for 3 years and now relocates to New Zealand with family. We hope a new member opportunity for him to further enrich our culturally diversified positioning. 
Club Meeting: AG Gabby visits RC Auckland South 2019-04-11 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Apr 08, 2019
On Saturday 6th April in Panmure, Mt Wellington, the 260-attendee Cultural & Charity Night hosted by Rotary Club of Auckland South, gathered fellows from D9920 Leaders, Clubs members from Remuera, Harbourside, Otahuhu and Papatoetoe Central, together with a wide range of 14 Asian major communities, friends of Rotary and sponsors. The enjoyment not only came from the entertaining elements like dances, but also profoundly celebrated the cause accomplishment of  "Shooting for Oxygen" to support The Fiji Oxygen Project in a great cause, as well as an awarding ceremony for five new members in Paul Harris Society and induction for three new club members. 
Janet Lee, President of Rotary Club of Auckland South, highlighted the delivery of "Be the inspiration" in each of our project this year, as well as an appreciation for all the club members on their dedication, cohesiveness and passion. Meanwhile the cultural diversity performance was further enriched by presenting live fruit carving arts and subsequently reached out for auction in success. Club presence is now more visible while we are striving to learn and explore Rotary at many more aspects.
Club Event: Cultural & Charity Night 2019-04-07 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Apr 05, 2019
To support Rotary Club of Manukau Sunrise's project towards women's refuge, second-hand handbags were collected with the purpose of filling them up with care packages for Women's Refuge.
Handbags for Women's Refuge 2019-04-04 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Mar 29, 2019
All attended Rotarians were shared the insights from mission, strategy through tactics by Mr Jeff Liu, Director General of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Auckland. Mr Liu has a sound track record of his public service for 22 years and is very dedicated to positioning himself as a salesperson to promoting what he believes to Kiwi societies since Jan 2019.  President Janet also briefly introduced Rotary Club to Mr Liu to comprehend Rotary's value and practices, as well as milestones of Auckland South Club.   
Speaker: Jeff LIU 2019-03-28 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Mar 24, 2019
Rotary Club of Auckland South volunteered the DUAL iron man Marathon in Motutapu, an island of conservation area opened for only 2 days every year. The beauty of volunteering was not just serving the players in different off-road running routes but simply an enjoyment from its various landscapes across the island, as well as fellowship and friendship. Volunteers needed to take ferry off at dawn time and returned to the wharf around sunset, undoubtedly being exhaustive, but it apparently was an exceptional experience for every participant there.    
Club Event: Motutapu Island 2019-03-23 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Mar 18, 2019
It unthinkably happened in New Zealand with sense of grief... To echo the appeal by DG Ingrid in supporting the communities in Christchurch, members of Rotary Club of Auckland South were mobilised to donate total $3,300 to Rotary Riccarton Club. The over-night action was motivating the empathy to do something good, and once again proved the delivery of "Be the inspiration".
Sense of grief to the terrible event in Christchurch 2019-03-17 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Mar 14, 2019
This is an exceptional experience: Started from a cozy reception to enjoy the chats and finger foods, Ms Julie Sexton, Executive Director of Dove House, walked Rotary members through a bucket list journey that the Dove House can be serving, as well as the No 32 Dove for Rotary Club of Auckland South on the celebration wall to jointly celebrate life, love and being of service.
Our funds raised in the last 2 years have been translated into facilities and being in service. Ms Sexton accentuated the future plan for Dove House to serve broader range of patience including Asians, she does sense the distinction on culture, religion, tradition across the ethnics and she expected a chance to work with our club for deepened project collaboration in the foreseeable future. 
Club Meeting at Dove House 2019-03-13 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Mar 08, 2019
The Board Meeting on 7th February is serving the interests of preparatory meeting for Cultural and Charity Night with many aspects. There will be few rounds of extensive discussions from invitation through on-site execution so let's looking forward to it.
Mr Samuel Shih, the new member for 2018-2019, is now officially registered to our Club today. Samuel has been with Kiwi land for 30 years. He has been running his food service company in Auckland for long time, always enjoys fishing either on shores or boats. He joins our club with empathy to help and contribute the communities with his profession and assets. Let's welcome Samuel!  
Club Meeting: Cultural & Charity Night preparatory 2019-03-07 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Feb 28, 2019
How would you get an impression when you meet people or being met for the first time? What signal could be communicating between you from just a hand shaking? Mr Genlo JuanLu gave the clues from Chinese horoscope point of views to 30+ Auckland South Club members and friends, as well as sharing his valuable insights applied to job interview, meeting, training or many other occasions.
His calibre covered a wide range of professions incl business coaching, sales for luxury goods, campus education etc in Taiwan, new to New Zealand, though. He re-stated the vitality to manage an outlook presentation in decency, especially when we passed aged 40 as faces really tell our minds to build/foster human relationship .       
Speaker: Genlo JUANLU 2019-02-27 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Feb 26, 2019
Met Auckland East members at brilliant 5 Knots at Tamaki Yacht Club to give background of Fiji Oxygen Project, and enjoyed blowing the Oxygen balls in the air with everyone. The blowing somewhat helped the digestion after meal, but truly reminded the devastating needs for lack of Oxygen. President Bevan offered brilliant hospitality to Auckland South President Janet and delegates and then reached out the excellent donation results. Awesome and thanks a million to Auckland East Club, and we are looking forward to work together for more projects onwards.  
Club visit: RC Auckland East 2019-02-25 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Feb 25, 2019
Hosted by RC Harbourside, RC Auckland South was invited to join the Chinese New Year Charity Gala Ball in Sky City Convention Centre 24th Feb 2019. The amazing event gathered more than 450 fellows and friends to enjoy the authentic Chinese New Year celebration to support CureKid project. The success of this event is beyond description.  
Club Event: Chinese New Year celebration with RC Harbourside 2019-02-24 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Feb 22, 2019
Multiple spots to share today: Marketing halo at Post Shooting-for-Oxygen to achieve 3 major highlights: Demonstrate energy of our club and awareness, magnetise new blood for membership, as well as achieving the innovative fund raising scheme to support Fiji Oxygen Project. Youth Programme is developed to leveraging more Rotary resources, and most importantly, an official kick-off on the Rotary Day as Cultural and Charity Night preparation.
Meanwhile, a big welcome to Linda Lin, PE of Rotary Club of Tainan Lucky (District 3470) to join our meeting.    
Club Meeting 2019-02-21 11:00:00Z 0
Fun Run Walk... a big applause to RC Highbrook to organise the event in professional delivery. All set-ups were flawless to build a worry-free running environment, all you need to do is simply to enjoy cardio and pick up the pace. Awesome!
It's really fun to gather a 20-legion of Rotarians from Auckland South Club with friends and enjoyed a cool-breeze afternoon. Most Rotarians chose group of 1 km Walk to enjoy stretch alongside the route, especially a chance encounter with DG Ingrid for group photo. 
Club Event: Fun Run Walk by RC Highbrook 2019-02-19 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Feb 12, 2019
President Drajit from RC Papatoetoe Central invited Auckland South members to share the story and actions for "Shooting for Oxygen" to support Fiji Oxygen Project. Presented by Madison, the Shooting for Oxygen is designed to accentuate an experience-driven fun game to achieve fund raising outcome, the Oxygen Floating Ball set can emotionally please everyone for fun and challenging lung capacity, but at the same time, it is meaningful as a social catalyst to rationally reflect the critical needs for kids in Fiji on their medical devastation.
Our floating ball sets were sold in fingertips, it was motivated by the extraordinary empathies amongst Papatoetoe Central members while some portions of them are descending or migrated from Fiji. We look forward to work with the Club for more projects onwards. Thank you Papatoetoe Central. 
Club Visit: RC Papatoetoe Central 2019-02-11 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Feb 11, 2019
Have you ever explored a challenge composed of 8 continuous funny adventures with groups of friendly pirates? Find the pleasant answer in Panmure Basin on 10th February with RC Auckland South. The torrid heat didn't stop our passion to assembly 8am and then guide visitors alongside the Basin into our game, together with many other neighbouring stalls in variety. Each visitors, mostly kids with parents, enjoyed their fun day and proudly present the rewarding stamps when finished each adventures.   
Sunny Day for Panmure Basin Fun Day 2019-02-10 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Feb 04, 2019
Over 1,000 visitors came to the stall 466 and delivered their empathies by either donation, volunteering or enjoying the fun game. Organised by RC Auckland South, the "Shooting for Oxygen" event successfully reached out the experience-driven participation. Moreover, volunteers from Remuera, Pakuranga and Auckland South shared the story about Fiji Oxygen Project to support, motivated in-stall enjoyment and accomplished friendship between the clubs.
Janet Lee, President of Auckland South Club, acclaimed the overarching collaboration leads to a greater success for all the Rotarians. The event to celebrate Chinese New Year Market Day was estimated with around 15,000 traffic in good portfolio and with colourful Chinese cultural diversity. The gold coin to donate for oxygen ball to toss/shoot and win the free prize delivered satisfactory fund raising in the form of fun game, furthermore the prize of Oxygen Floating Ball set reminded empathically the needs for Oxygen and reflected the situation for kids in Fiji. 
"The Shooting for Oxygen event on 2nd Feb was a very important part of our fund raising efforts but we have more." Janet added. There were a number of presentations to promote with Oxygen Floating ball sets have been done in Manuwera-Takanini, Pakuranga, Otahuhu, Somerville and Harbourside. We appreciated all kinds of supports from fellow clubs and District 9920 to grow this young mighty club.
Club Event: Shooting for Oxygen 2019-02-03 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 30, 2019
Harbourside Rotarians gathered their 1st Club meeting after holiday and enjoyed the fun game with guests from Auckland South Club in supporting the Fiji Oxygen Project.
More than a toy for childhood, the Floating Ball Set symbolised the experience for lack of Oxygen to associate the needs for devastating kids in Fiji as averagely 200 of them aged under 5 could not be celebrating 6-year-old birthday by new born illnesses in the past few years. President Ashiwini from Harbourside gave accolades of a great initiative by Auckland South Club also a strong motivation to engage many clubs to participate by either fund raising, volunteering or social buzz for promotion. 
Club Visit: RC Harbourside 2019-01-29 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 30, 2019
It started from "How was your Christmas holiday?" to share, then welcomed Auckland South members led by President Janet who brought the story of Fiji Oxygen Project, together with a joyful experience of blowing Oxygen floating balls amongst every Rotarians. From aged 18 to 80-to-be, 2 Clubs made a hybrid enjoyment and accomplished friendship by challenging how long we can be blowing the Oxygen ball in the air. We all have chance to play and at the same time, are empathic to experiment the moment of lacking Oxygen.
Club visit: RC Somerville 2019-01-29 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 22, 2019
Secretary Madison and Vocational Service Johnny piloted the promotion for Oxygen Floating Ball to back up Fiji Oxygen Project. More than RC Pakuranga, the presentation was done to the Tamaki River Auxiliary Club as well. Composed of multi ethnics and ages, the young and energetic club soon expressed the strong intention to involve the Fiji Oxygen Project more than donation. Later 8 volunteers have been confirmed to join the promotion/fund raising tasks on 2nd Feb 2019 in ASB Showgrounds.    
Club visit: RC Pakuranga Tamaki River Auxiliary 2019-01-21 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 22, 2019
The fun game of "Shooting for Oxygen" event to support Fiji Oxygen Project has been presented to our cluster clubs, started from Manurewa-Takanini yesterday. Everyone agelessly enjoyed the blowing fun to keep the ball in the air all the way, at the same time to experiment the empathic importance of having enough air for children in Fiji with their new born illness.
More clubs to visit ahead by end of January to involve more Auckland South members to team up, and wish the success of this event.
Club Visits: RC Manurewa-Takanini 2019-01-21 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 22, 2019
RC Auckland South came to RC Otahuhu Club for a 15-min presentation, and practiced blowing the floating ball sets for fun. While RC Otahuhu is fully aware of background of Fiji Oxygen project, and contributed donation to the project already. All the attendees showed high interests and actioned for fund raising immediately.    
Club Visit : RC Otahuhu 2019-01-21 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 20, 2019
A big "Thank you" to Rotarian Diamond who invited fellows of Rotary Club of Auckland South club to attend the 2019 Annual Reunion Dinner at Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple New Zealand
Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple NZ 2019 Annual Dinner 2019-01-19 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 20, 2019
Auckland club members continued its 1st volunteering at Dove Hospice on 19th Jan with families. Rotarians enjoyed the tea break after hard work of sorting and had photos together then. 
Community Service - First 2019 Dove Hospice Visit 2019-01-19 11:00:00Z 0
Welcome back! Say Hello to 2019. 
The Auckland South Club resumed 17th Jan and discussed a series of topics, particularly for Shooting for Oxygen event in ASB Showgrounds. Following the arrival and assembly of event materials,  Club members have chance to once again learn the background of Fiji Oxygen Project, and were motivated to take part in. The 2-week ahead event requires volunteers to guide and game, promoting the Project, as well as fund raising. So it is expected to involve Cluster club members to putting Rotarians together then.   
Director Monthly Meeting - Welcome back 2019-01-16 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 13, 2019
Thank you for bringing back warm greetings from Rotary Club Taipei Laosong. Wish President Rebecca all the best for 2019!
Welcome back Rotarian Agita 2019-01-12 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Dec 10, 2018
Santa is coming back to Howick to celebrating its 65th anniversary... Thousands of crowds alongside Picton Street expected the parade and lollies with excitement and waves.   

The Rotary Clubs group was undoubtedly one of the hotspots in the parade. Gathering Rotarians from Sommerville, Howick, Pakuranga, and Auckland South, the Rotary group placed the greeting message by each sandwich board, together with traditional costumes to garnish the formation.
Club Event - Howick Santa Parade 2018-12-09 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Dec 09, 2018

Hosted by AG Gabrielle on 9th Dec, Auckland South President was cordially invited along with counterparts from Cluster clubs including Auckland Airport, Mangere, Otahuhu, Papatoetoe West, Harbourside and Papatoetoe Central gathered a sweet luncheon. Gabrielle and Willard offered warm hospitality and catch-up with Presidents and partners.  

Special thanks to AG Gabrielle 2018-12-08 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Dec 07, 2018
Special club meeting preparing for the upcoming Howick Santa Parade to promote different community services and send our holiday greetings. Rotary Club of Auckland South members gathered together to put their hands to work to produce the messages used on the day.
Club Meeting - Preparation for Howick Santa Parade 2018-12-06 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Nov 30, 2018

Rotary Club of Auckland South received the receipt for donating NZD1000 for supporting 'Days for Girls' from Rotary Club of Suva.

'Days for Girls' is a feminine hygiene program that empowers girls and women worldwide with more dignity, health and safety through quality sustainable menstrual management.

Support for Days for Girls 2018-11-29 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Nov 29, 2018
The AGM offered a chance to look back a fruitful 2nd half in 2018, as well as citing an energetic 2019 for kick-off.
The AGM retrieved the past half year on major milestones, as well as lesson-and-learn to mapping for the forthcoming 6 months.  
President reported the mid-term review with performance of  6 board meetings, major volunteer project on Dove Hospice, 5 speakers and more importantly, positioned Fiji Oxygen as anchor project
2018 AGM 2018-11-28 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Nov 29, 2018
10 things your captain will never share in your flight... not selling aviation jargons, but walked everyone through the details usually don't pay too much attention. Simply an airman prospective to serving the flying community  
Speaker: Mark Ma 2018-11-28 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Nov 23, 2018
Club meeting for Fiji Oxygen Project update with progress for the upcoming stall displays. Finalized budget and ordering to move further towards our goal.
Club Meeting - Fiji Oxygen Project Update 2018-11-22 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Nov 13, 2018
The ONE-hour club meeting really manages time productivity. It features the corporate membership of RC Highbrook with more business portfolio and enables the Club more energetic and focuses.
A very fruitful learning on meeting productivity, protocol as well as rich content discussion by RC Highbrook in a sunny morning today.
Club Visit: RC Highbrook 2018-11-12 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Nov 11, 2018

Indian New Year Charity Dinner hosted by Rotary Club of Auckland Harbourside (Inc).

Attended by members of Rotary Club of Auckland South. Fund raised for this event will be used for various Rotary charity programmes.

Indian New Year Charity Dinner 2018-11-10 11:00:00Z 0
Not only keeping us busy, but truly brilliant 2018-11-08 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Nov 04, 2018

WineFriend Wildcard Wine Evening hosted by Rotary Club of Remuera Inc. Supported by Rotary Club of St Johns and Auckland South.

Participated by President Janet and Secretary Emily.

WineFriend Wildcard Wine Evening 2018-11-03 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Nov 02, 2018
More exciting news! Hosted by President Janet Lee, the entire members of RC Auckland South toasted the glory of citation from RI, and consented one of the anchor projects of Fiji Oxygen in collaboration with RC Remuera. The Board members also granted new membership of Madison Chang, who has solid professional career with 28 years with digital business consulting experience. He has been committed to take PR function for RC project coordination.  Every Rotarian, including newly elected Councillor Paul Young, paid full attention to the presentation by Madison about the Fiji Oxygen and related framework of fund raising schemes, the passion was contagiously shared to serve the communities more than Chinese or local, but also the empathy to international regions.
We are the Rotarians for new era with energy 2018-11-01 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Oct 30, 2018
The cool drizzling outdoors never stopped the excitement for all attending Rotarians, the Seminar adequately reflected the trend and status with analysis to engage everyone better understand the membership development on what, how and why.... 
Tag-on the 3rd National Membership Seminar 2018-10-29 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Oct 26, 2018
25th October 2018, the monthly meeting for October primarily update the status of Oxygen Project in partnership with RC Remuera and CureKids Fiji. RC Auckland South has weighted the Oxygen as one of the anchor fund raising project and it came to an ideation, structure and campaign development throughout the year. It is approaching a timing to heads-up with some leaders in Chinese communities to be scheduled in November.
Inspiration Matters 2018-10-25 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Oct 18, 2018
18th October 2018, an honour of 2017-18 Citation from the RI President was bestowed to RC Auckland South. President Janet Lee and IPP Daisy Ping attended the Citation ceremony. In the stint of 2017-18 President, Daisy is recognized to demonstrate her strong leadership to explore RC Auckland South in tremendous success, and now it relays to Janet magnetising more people to be part of Rotary family.
Reward more than Award 2018-10-17 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Oct 14, 2018
The sunny weekend with breeze embraced a meaningful event of RC Auckland South to support Pink (Ribbon) Appeal Breast Cancer Foundation in Botany area. Organised by the Community Service team, the fundraising was enjoyable with the warmness of pink spirit.   
Club members from Auckland South are always proactive to participate the community activities and socially provide our service in quality and commitment. The response by people's priceless smile is as valuable as their donation and it is our pleasure to keep working with the Foundation later.
Pretty 'n pink in the sunny breeze 2018-10-13 11:00:00Z 0
Posted on Sep 27, 2018
On September 27th 2018, LingLing was invited to share her outbound volunteer service experience in Taiwan. The unforgettable hot Summer motivated her to step into mountain villages and developed the mentoring relationship from stranger even hostile presence with local kids
Speaker - 'L'earn by LingLing Liang 2018-09-26 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Sep 13, 2018
Hon Peter Salmon, project leader of The Fiji Oxygen Project from RC Remuera came with James Young to visit RC Auckland South on 13rd September 2018 to introduce the Project, and he appealed the involvement from Auckland South to consider the contribution and support broadly from Chinese communities.
Club Event - Fiji Oxygen Project 2018-09-12 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Aug 23, 2018
Speaker of the month introduced ShelterBox to participants, presented by Charles Lambert (ShelterBox Ambassador from  Nelson West Rotary Club) and Jimmy Griffith (ShelterBox volunteer team member). ShelterBox is a not-for-profit organisation and a Rotary International Project Partner which has been nominated for Nobel Peace Prize 2018.
Speaker - ShelterBox 2018-08-22 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Aug 18, 2018
Our clubs monthly community service at Dove Hospice was joined by Rotary Papatoetoe Central members at the Dove Hospice Distribution Centre. With more hands provide more efficient work. 'SERVICE. ABOVE SELF'
August Community Service - Dove Hospice 2018-08-17 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Aug 14, 2018
Thank you Vocational Club Officer Johnny's arrangement on August 14th at 11am for our first vocational trip this year. 16 people visited the location to experience the journey of beauty where new techniques and technology have now come about. The business has been operating in Parnell for five years and run by three young entrepreneurs. 
Vocational Visit - Lanree Aesthetics 2018-08-13 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Aug 09, 2018
DG Ingrid Waugh officially visited our club, accompanied by AG Gabby Gimblett-Martin and Foundation Chair Willard Martin.
The evening was also accompanied by Taiwan youths visiting on a 'Bridging Program' and new member induction.
Official D9920 DG Ingrid Waugh Visit 2018-08-08 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 28, 2018
Viva Eclectika ... ... When the East meets the West and the Old sparks with the New ... ... What an fantastic intercultural dance biennial challenge organised by The New Zealand Asia Association Inc. Diverse music, glamorous clothing and skilled dancing by 10 different groups, the competition was truly intense. Congratulations President Vivian Chow and team for another successful event and once again to all the dancers who performed at RC Auckland South's Cultural Night.
Fellowship - Viva Electrika Dance Competition 2018-07-27 12:00:00Z 0
Speaker - The Voice by Paul Young 2018-07-25 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 24, 2018
Rotary Club of Shanghai Fellowship Dinner. Thank you Clement for sharing with us your visit to RC Shanghai, I'm sure you had an enjoyed gathering at this lovely Spanish restaurant.
Fellowship - Visit RC Shanghai 2018-07-23 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 21, 2018
This is one of our club's regular community services project - helping out with organisation of Dove Hospice donation items. 形容人潮踴躍是 「人山人海」,因為社區眾人的愛心捐賑,Dove倉庫裡等待整理的衣服簡直是 「衣山衣海」。
Community Service - Dove Hospice 2018-07-20 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 16, 2018
OCAC secretary change over dinner. Thank you Secretary Liu for your tremendous support to RC Auckland South in the past 4 years, we really appreciate all your help. Welcome Secretary Chung! Looking forward to continued collaboration with OCAC in the near future
Fellowship - OCAC Secretary changeover 2018-07-15 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 14, 2018
For over 35 years Rotary NZ's Emergency Response Kit has been providing immediate relief to our Pacific Island neighbours in times of natural disaster like cyclone, flood, tsunami or earthquake. Each kit contains more than 60 essential items for a family in an emergency. Members from our club working hard with other Rotary volunteers packing and assembling this year's kits.
Community Service - EMK Project 2018-07-13 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 12, 2018
PP Teri came back from Toronto after attending Rotary International Conference. Thank you for sharing with us latest RI news and developments. We also heard from IPP Daisy on how she achieved the "Most Enthusiastic Rotarian" award
Club Event - No 154 2018-07-11 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 07, 2018
District officers changeover ceremony held at Quality Hotel, Parnell. Rewarding night with heart warming award presentations. Congratulations to IPP Daisy for being awarded "D9920 Most Enthusiastic Rotarian 2017-18" which she absolutely deserves (in my opinion). I look forward to work along new District Governor Ingrid and her team towards another amazing Rotary year - be the inspiration!
D9920 District Governor Changeover 2018-07-06 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jul 05, 2018
First board meeting of the new Rotary year 2018-19. We all know "a good beginning is half the battle - 好的開始是成功的一半", the committee had a fruitful discussion. Congratulations to Andy for his new job in Taiwan, we wish him all the best
Board Meeting - July 2018 2018-07-04 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jun 14, 2018
On the 14th June 2018 Rotary Auckland South had their change over from Daisy Ping to Janet Lee. We thank everyone for their support to have an outstanding and unforgettable year!
Now that we begin our next chapter with Janet's Service of 2018-2019 we hope for your continued support in our vision.
Club President Changeover Night 2018-06-13 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on May 25, 2018
Harbourside Rotary Club organized this Ireland - International Evening. Also celebrating 4th Anniversary of RC Auckland South. Dress up as Irish. We enjoyed the night and had fun. Nice Fellowship. We love 9920 family 
4th Bday at RC Harbourside International Evening 2018-05-24 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on May 11, 2018
Visit Mobile Health Clinic. The project took approximately 2 years to complete, with an overall cost of $171,000. Funding was sourced from four Rotary Districts (9920, 9940, 9970 & 9980).
Rotary Clinic Bus 2018-05-10 12:00:00Z 0
Posted on May 06, 2018
今年度大奧克蘭扶輪社, 一共八人報名參加年度幹部訓練.
這個訓練是我五年以來第三次參與, 課程內容越來越札實, 每次都有學習到新知. 感恩~
Daisy Ping Emily Shih Erica Tu Janet Lee Kitty Chung Sam Chen Sarah Kao Walter Hsueh
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LETS Training (9920區 幹部訓練) Walter Hsueh 2018-05-05 12:00:00Z 0 Daisy Ping,Emily Shih,Erica Tu,Janet Lee,Kitty Chung,Sam Chen,Sarah Kao,Walter Hsueh
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