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Kung Hee Fat Choy and Happy Year of the Horse! From President Robert Ching and See Dai Doo Society!



The Menu for the 2014 Spring Banquet now available for viewing

Look at what you're missing! A fabulous 8 course meal with dessert to conclude.
The first newsletter of 2014
available for viewing

Inside this edition: Statement from President Robert Ching about up and coming changes making way for SDDS, Highlights from the 2014 Inauguration and Luncheon, Culmination of Holiday Festivities, Highlights from 2013 Christmas Party, and much more!
Kung Hee Fat Choy!
Happy Year of the Horse!


On January 31, 2014, we will commemorate the Year of the Horse.

People born in the Year of the Horse are clever, kind, animated and energetic. Although they sometimes talk too much, they are cheerful, perceptive, talented and love to be in the centre of a crowd. They are popular among friends, active at work and have a deft sense of humour.
2014 is the year of the Wooden Horse. Wood Horses are strong and stable and have a better ability to make decisions. Excellent at interacting with others, they are successful personally and professionally.

Source: http://www.sydneychinesenewyear.com/2014-year-horse/

The Governor of the State of Hawaii welcoming the Year of the Horse
prior to the 2014 Night in Chinatown Parade


And to officially kick-off the year 2014...

Honolulu: With the loud bang of 20,000 firecrackers at 12:00 p.m., the Officers and Trustees of See Dai Doo Society were read their oaths of office with the Honorable
Karl K. Sakamoto, First District Court Judge as the 2014 Honorable installing officer.

Guests providing New Years greetings this year included: Honorable VC Chu (Director, Taiwan Economic and Culture Office), Hon. Karl Rhoads (State Representative), Hon. Carol Fukunaga (City Councilmember), Mr. Edward Wong (President, United Chinese Society)

President Robert Ching and Vice President Wesley Fong provided brief remarks to those who attended.

The Inaugural luncheon included that of chow mein, roast pork, dim sum, variation of green leafy vegetables, almond cookies, and cake.

Vice President Wesley Fong's daughter, Cecilia Fong served as Mistress of Ceremonies.