Article on the Global Times about Rotary Leadership Award and nominees 2015
Caring magazine article about the 2014 Rotary Leadership Awards
2013 Gift of Life Articles
2013 Gala Dinner Coverage
Several Chinese articles were published. Click on the links below
City Weekend was Rotary’s Media partner for a third year. Check out the blog on the website for 2013 Rotary Club Award Nominees: Best Corporate
Rotary Club of Shanghai supports Chinese physicians training exchange program in the United States, April 19, 2013
Wipe out polio, now - China Daily, May 17, 2012
Wild viruses and wildfires have two things in common. If neglected, they can spread out of control. If handled properly, they can be stamped out for good. Today, the flame of polio is near extinction, but sparks in three countries threaten to ignite a global blaze. Now is the moment to act. During the next two weeks, on two continents, two events offer the chance for a breakthrough. First, the leaders of the G8, the world’s largest economies, congregate at the US presidential retreat at Camp David in rural Maryland. A week later, the world’s ministers of health convene in Geneva. Together, they can push to deliver on an epic promise: to liberate humankind from one of the world’s most deadly and debilitating diseases… more
RCS Wheelchair Donations - various media, summer 2012
In 2012 The Wheelchair Foundation, the Rotary Club of Roster City, the Rotary Club of Shanghai, and Huaqiao Foundation worked together to fund over 8,000 wheelchairs for people with mobility problems in China. During the summer of 2012, Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Shanghai traveled throughout China to meet with families and deliver the wheelchairs. For a complete list of the coverage received, please contact Moto Yamane, Public Relations Chair at email@example.com.
The club received extensive media coverage, just view some of the articles in the links below.
Rotary Gala Dinner 2012
“The Samaritans for all seasons” - Global Times, Nov 29, 2010
Rotary Shanghai was first established in 1919, but after the foundation of the People’s Republic of China in 1949 it became difficult for club members to meet and by 1951 the club officially disbanded. “I was involved in the ‘revitalization’ of Rotary Shanghai in 1995,” said Frank Yih, a long-time Rotarian and recipient of the Service Above Self Award – the highest honor Rotary bestows on an individual. “Since that time we have covered three areas in China – health, education, and living standards.” According to Yih, in 2001 Rotary Shanghai was again given provisional status by Rotary International. Since returning to Shanghai, Rotary has helped 269 children through its flagship project Gift of Life by paying for the patients’ heart surgeries after evaluating their health and financial needs. Aside from that, Rotary Shanghai has also spearheaded several other projects.” Overall from 1991 to 2003 Rotary International clubs have spent about $117 million plus countless hours of volunteers’ time in providing help in the fields of education like the construction of primary schools, scholarships, health and medical support… more