Eyes on China
  Guizhou 2014
  1000 operations in August 2014
  Qinghai 2013
  300 operations in September 2013
  Qinghai 2012
  211 operations in September 2012
  Huan and Fujian
  400 operations in Hunan in September, 271 operations in Fujian in November 2011
  436 operations in September 2010
  Sichuan and Guangdong
  504 operations in September 2009
  518 operations in October 2008
  Inner Mongolia
  408 operations in July 2007
  372 operations in October 2006
  312 operations in July 2005
  about 300 operations in June 2004
  156 operations in August 2003
Eyes on China – Guizhou Charity Gala Dinner
On 6 September 2008,the "Eyes on China - Guizhou" Charity Gala Dinner was held in Sydney.

Official speakers were as below:
H.E.Zhang Jun Sai, Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary of the P.R.C. to Australia
Hon.Barry O'Farrell MP, NSW Opposition Leader, Representing Federal Liberal Leader
Hon.Sonia Hornery MP, Representing NSW Premier
Mdm.Li Yanduan,Acting Consul-General of the PRC in Sydney
Hon. Meredith Burgmann, Former President of the NSW Legislative Council

Other official guests present were
Hon.John Mills, Former Chairman of NSW Parliamentary Committees
Hon.Jeff Hunter, Former Chairman of NSW Parliament Asia-Pacific Friendship Group
Hon. Helen Sham-Ho, former MLC of NSW
Mr.Zhu Xiaochuan, Economic & Trade Counselor
Mr.Bai Gang, Education Counselor
Mr.Enoch Yuen, Deputy Director of H.K.E.T.O. of the Government of the H.K.S.A.R.
Councilor Le Lam, Mayor of Auburn
Councilor Ernest Wong, Deputy Mayor of Burwood, Representing Burwood Mayor
Mr.Liu Jianchu, General Manger of China Southern Airline in Sydney
Mr Peter Sinn, Manager of National Accounts, Qantas Airways

best replica watches Many leaders of Chinese community organisations and business enterprises; a total of more than 500 people.

William Chiu made a welcome speech. Many Official Guests commended and pledged support to ACPPRC’s Eyes on China Projects -- a much needed charitable project which generated enormous goodwill and an ever lasting friendship between Australia and China.

Mr William Chiu's Welcome Address:
2008 is a historically very significant and important year for the Chinese people. Under the leadership of the Chinese Government, snow storm and earthquake disasters were overcome, and a grand and "exceptionally" successful Beijing Olympic Games was presented to the world. In one year, ACPPRC had donated more than 20 million RMB for disaster relief fund, we bought and sent to the earthquake disaster region 2233 tents, and had organised our members to support the Olympic Torch Relay in Australian Capital, Canberra. At the same time, we had organised experts to set up water treatment units for earthquake victims in Sichuan province. After completed more than 1700 cases of free cataract operations during 5 previous projects, this year we are going to a remote district called Bijie in Guizhou Province, and we aim to complete 500 cases of cataract removal surgeries, so that sights will be restored.

On behalf of ACPPRC, the Honorary Senior Chairman Mr.Frank Chou presented a vote of thanks to all.
"Eyes on China - Guizhou " Official Opening
Official opening of "Eyes on China - Guizhou" free cataract operation was held on 13 October 2008 in Bijie district of Guizhou, China. IWC Portofino Replica
During October 2008, ACPPRC "Eyes on China—Guizhou" Delegation of 53 people visited Guiyang, its Capital, and Bijie District. There were 26 members of the Sino-Australian Medical Delegation, and 23 members of the Trade & Tour Delegation. Invited Guests included Ms. Sonia Hornery, MP. Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Road, Mr. Jeff Hunter, Former Chair of Asia Pacific Friendship Group in NSW Parliament, and etc. The Delegation were awarded very friendly reception and given full cooperation for their medical endeavor. Within a short space of 3 & a half days, the medical team had successfully completed 518 cases of cataract operations, ensuring the return of sights for these poverty stricken people in this remote area of China. The Specialists also taught local surgeons their techniques, and ACPPRC donated instruments and medicines for the local hospital, and water purifier for local school. The local people were friendly and very grateful to what we brought to them.