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 Tibet
The Hon. Bob Carr, former NSW Premier, attended and witnessed the launch of the "2003 Eyes on Tibet" medical mission and hosted dinner for the medical team after their return.

The mystic and beauty of Tibet is well known the world over. However, less well known is the 7000 new cases of cataract per year, particularly among the children. Cataract can lead to blindness unless a simple cornea operation is performed. But Tibet has only the facilities to perform 3000 cornea operations per year, which means 4000 people would miss out and could lose their eyesight. Currently, there are about 380000 people with cataract awaiting treatment in Tibet. (According to 2003 survey)

The backlog of cataract operation mounts up yearly. Restoring the eyesight of the people of Tibet has therefore becomes a daunting task and challenge.

ACPPRC sent a team of doctors to Tibet in August 2003 for two weeks to carry out cataract operations. The team was joined by doctors from Taiwan and Beijing. As part of the Eyes on Tibet campaign to protect their eyes from the harmful UV rays, the delegation distributed UV sunglasses particularly to the children.

The Premier of NSW Australia Bob Carr met with members of "Eyes on Tibet" 2003 Medical Team.
After overcoming the difficult condition of high altitude in Tibet, the medical team had successfully performed 156 cataract operations.