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November 2004
Meeting with Environmental Industries Association from Pan PRD (Nov. 18, 2004)
A group of Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen of 9 + 2 Environmental Industry Associations from Pan Pearl Delta Region of China visited Hong Kong in November. A meeting with the Mission delegates was organized on Nov. 18, 04. Mr. Daniel M. Cheng as the President of Hong Kong Environmental Industry Association together with Mr. Kenneth Ting, JP, the Chairman of Federation of Hong Kong Industries joined the meeting for discussion of future co-operation with the Pan-PRD.
 

A group photo taken at the Meeting with Environmental Industries Association from Pan PRD (Nov. 18, 2004)
   
 

 
July 2004
Daniel M. Cheng was elected as the Chairman of the Group 26 (Environmental Industries) in Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) (July 13, 2004)
Since the formation of Group 26 of Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) on May 17, FHKI has received encouraging response and enrollment from Hong Kong environmental industries. The first meeting of the Group 26 was held on July 13, 04. Mr. Daniel Cheng was elected as the Chairman of the Group.
 

First meeting of the Group 26 (Environmental Industries) in Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) (July 13, 2004)
 
 

 
May 2004
A new group of Environmental Industries formed in Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) with Daniel M. Cheng as Convenor (May 17, 2004)
Starting from the end of last year, Mr Daniel M. Cheng has been assisting and coordinating with the FHKI to from a new group for Environmental Industries. As the Convenor of this group, Mr. Cheng officially announced the formation of this new group in a press conference and luncheon in Honour of Dr. Sarah Liao, Secretary for the Environment, Transport and Works on May 17.

Related news broadcasted by Hong Kong Commercial Broadcasting Co. Ltd. (Chi. only)
 

Mr. Andrew Leung, the Chairman of FHKI (left 1), Mr. Roy Chung, the Deputy Chairman of FHKI (left 3) and Mr. Daniel M. Cheng hosted the press conference and announced the formation of Gp. 26
 

Dr. Sarah Liao, Secretary for the Environment, Transport and Works as the Guest of Honour delivered speech in the luncheon on May 17.
 
8th Sowers Action Charity Golf Tournament (Friday, 7 May, 2004)
The 8th Sowers Action Charity Golf Tournament has been successfully held on May 7, 2004 at Mission Hills Golf Club, Shenzhen, China. The tournament was successfully held on a fine day with a record breaking no. of 120 players and raised over HK$660,000 for the children who would not be able to afford the fundamental education even at $200 each year.
 

Mr. Daniel M. Cheng (right 2) took photo with one of the teams on the golf day. (From right : Mr. Andrew Leung, Chairman of Federation of Hong Kong Industries, Hon. Kenneth Ting, JP., Member of Legislative Council, HKSAR, Mr. Cliff Sun, the Executive Director of Kinox Enterprises Ltd and Mr. Eddy Lee, Chairman of Lee Kum Kee Co. Ltd.)
   
 

 
March - April 2004
Mr. Daniel M. Cheng flied to Vancouver, Canada at the end of March as the Mission Leader of China and Hong Kong Environmental Group to Globe 2004 to exchange the technology of environmental industries with delegates from all over the world.
 

A group photo of Hong Kong Environmental Mission to Globe 2004.
 
 

 
January 2004
Sowers Action - Walk to Guangzhou 2004
Mr Daniel Cheng, with his wife - Jeannie and daughter - Serena have joined the Charity Walk from Hong Kong to Guangzhou for Sowers Action (Charity) in Jan.. They have finished the walk, but due to the SARS and Bird Flu risks, the organizer had no choice but to change the routing in the last minute for the Hong Kong walkers to just walk in Hong Kong while the China walkers continue to Guangzhou.

Even though the route was shorter, but Cheng's family was walking up and down the hills and country side path and saw parts of Shatin and Fanling that they don't get to see in the highway and train ride. Although this is the fourth time that Mr Cheng walked for Sowers Action, he was still deeply moved by all the volunteers who organized this event and put in so much effort. His daughter, Serena especially learnt a lot and wants to help and walk next year for the whole 5 days.

Mr Cheng would like to thank you for all generous donation for over HK$250,000 to this event. All the donation will go to the kids for better education in Mainland China. For your information, The support to Cheng's family has given them so much encouragement and strength to continue our devotion to the poor children in China.

Thank you once again for the kind support to Cheng's family and this meaningful event. And, you are welcome to visit a photo site (http://community.webshots.com/album/114432427sryFDG) of their pictures also.