Rotary Club of Beijing

Unauthorized websites

We want to point out there is no updated website of the Rotary Club of Beijing. The only official site is currently dormant.
Any other website claiming to be of the club is unauthorized and do ignore the content.

On my website I bring some news of recent activities of our Club but it is not as such the official website of the club. Any content here is my personal view.

Visit of our Special Representative

The present group of Rotary, Rotaract and Interact clubs in China is seen by Rotary International as a special “District”. As such we do not have a governor as itis the case for districts, instead we have a “Special Representative” (SR), Rtn. Richard. Officially our club is in District 0052 with Club Number: 60724.
Our weekly meeting of 20 October at the Kempinski Hotel we had a special guest: Richard , our SR.

He came over to discuss progress of Rotary in China and to learn about our club.
Before the lunch he met with members of the board.
As for now in China we have 28 Rotary clubs, 10 Rotaract clubs and 12 Interact clubs.
I joined the club on 11 January 2005.

What is Rotary?

See here a few slides about what is Rotary. For more, see the international website.



2 thoughts on “Rotary Club of Beijing

  1. Hello,

    I am a Rotarian and a member of the South Cambridge Club Co Chaired by Sian Franklin and Amber Slamaite.

    I have recently moved to the outskirts of Beijing in Fangshan where I teach in a Bilingual school.

    It would be great to find out more about the Beijing club.

    Kind regards,
    Amanda Morgan

  2. To the President ,Rotary Club of Beijing,
    My name is Don McQueen and I am a member of the Rotary E-Club of Rotary Nomads D 9630.
    My Club is managing a project to install 100 Woeld Peace Poles in four schools in Australia.
    Haileybury College is one of these schools and it has five Campuses, four in Australia and one in Beijing.
    I wish to arrange through your Club an opportunity to install a World Peace Pole at Haileybury, Beijing.
    The project is the brainchild of the RC Club of Burleigh Griffin in Canberra and its aim is to 100 Peace poles in schools to celebrate the 100 years of Rotary International.
    I would like to email more information regarding this worthwhile project and seek your Club’s assistance.
    I would be delighted to receive your reply with your thoughts on how we can work together to achieve this Peace Pole project.
    With kind regards,
    Rtn Don McQueen .

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