Our District, approved by Lions Clubs International, came into being in the fiscal term 1960. Our Objectives are to encourage service minded people to serve their community without personal reward or gain and to serve their fellow men by giving their sympathy to those in distress, their aid to the weak and their substance to the needy.
The 3 earliest clubs which were actually chartered before the District came into being were:-
Lions Club of Hong Kong (July 18, 1955) - known as Lions Club of Hong Kong (Host) since 1961
Lions Club of Kowloon (June 19, 1959)
Peninsula Lions Club of Hong Kong (October 17, 1959)
The Joint Installation Ceremony of Office Bearers of D303 in 2018-2019 will be held on Saturday, August 11, 2018, 7pm at Grand Hall of Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. We are delighted to have Professor the Hon.Sophia Chan Siu-chee, JP, Secretary for Food and Health, as our guest of honour. D303 has 91 Lions Clubs with more than 1,200 fellow Lions and guests will be attending the event. The slogan of District Governor, Lion Mimi Kwok for this year is「United We Win」which she will lead all fellow Lions to excel at the ‘We Serve’ Lions spirit.
With the rapid development in electronic communication technology nowadays, various types of trendy electronic products cause concerns and pressure on eyesight. Some paediatric ophthalmic diseases are congenital, such as: strabismus, amblyopia, glaucoma and cataract etc. The conditions are more complicated than expected. If the children miss out the golden period, treatment thereafter might not reach optimal result. According to research results, children should have their eye and vision tests at 3 years old. The early detection and prevention of eye problems are crucial.
In view of this, D303 has organized regular health and eye care education and vision examination services. Through the service, D303 promotes public awareness to children eyecare and treatment.
Under the leadership of District Governor Lion Mimi Kwok, Region III has organized「二零一八年低視力無障礙之-------開心看得見」carnival. This carnival will be held on 9th September 2018, Sunday, 11am, at Discovery Park shopping plaza, 396 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan, New Territory. This is the Opening Ceremony of the eye checking services for children. This special event will have singing performance, magic show and eye care sharing session etc.
The main purpose of the program is to provide a platform to students with practical opportunities and hand-on experiences through hydroponic cultivation. The students are requested to observe and record, to experience the planting process and the significance of environmental protection behind. In addition, through the process of hydroponic cultivation, they will learn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) during the process of this project. Through the top-up course to all students, they can access to cultivate biological, chemical, geographic, and scientific and scientific knowledge. In addition, after the completion of this project, students would strengthen the environmental awareness, learn to face adversity and recognize difficulties.
District 303 - We Serve