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04/10/2013

How Christina Noble will use THE ONE award money?


Christina Noble,  THE ONE finalist 2013 Update

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Become a member at RotarianActionGroupforPeace.org

The Rotary community in Hong Kong shares the general concern of social peace and harmony in our community, and the disharmony in different parts of the world. Following the Peace Day celebration on 9.21 at St. John’s Cathedral ground, a number of Rotarians and District Leaders commented on Rotary’s need to reach out to every Rotarian to recognize THE QUEST FOR WORLD UNDERSTANDING AND PEACE has been a cornerstone of

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The Truth about Invisible Braces


Contributed by a Rotarian (Classification: Orthodontist) In a modern city like Hong Kong, people are very conscious of their appearance. Bright and shiny smile and perfect white teeth contributes a lot to one’s appearance. The conventional braces (fixed orthodontic appliance) has been used for the last one hundred years to line up crooked teeth and make favorable changes to facial profile.

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Rotary Club of The Peak’s Project with Heep Hong

Supportive Learning Project (SLP) serves approximately 2,300 cases of children mostly aged between 2-6 years old with special needs including those with autistic disorder, developmental delay, speech delay, Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder and other learning difficulties. With the generous donation

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Quest for Voice for all in Mongolia and Saving those with hearing impairment From a Silent World


Esukhei is a 2 year old chubby little boy. He was diagnosed with congenital deafness when he was 7 month old and fortunately he had surgery in Korea after 8 months. If he waited for 5 more months, he could end up never being able to speak and hear again. Now he is wearing a special hearing aid and taking special speaking lessons. His mom Oyungerel told us the whole

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