Over 260 enjoyed a uniquely different Cultural Night hosted by Auckland South Rotary with a stunning outcome for the children of Fiji in need of Oxygen for healthy outcomes.
On Saturday 6th April in Panmure, Mt Wellington, the 260-attendee Cultural & Charity Night 2019 hosted by Rotary Club of Auckland South, gathered fellows from District 9920 Leaders, Clubs members from Remuera, Harbourside, Otahuhu and Papatoetoe Central, together with a wide range of 14 Asian major communities, friends of Rotary and sponsors.
The enjoyment not only came from entertaining elements like dances or authentic Asian cuisine, but also profoundly celebrated the accomplishment of "Shooting for Oxygen" to support The Fiji Oxygen Project in a great cause, as well as an awarding ceremony for five new members in Paul Harris Society also induction for three new club members. 
Meanwhile the cultural diversity performance was further enriched by presenting live fruit carving arts and subsequently reached out for auction in success. Master Chef Jeff Wu presented his magnificent carving skills to make each colourful character vividly through live broadcast. His five pieces were proceeded for live auctions with satisfactory bidding outcomes. 
“It was a wondering night,” said Janet Lee, President of Rotary Club of Auckland South. “Following the collaboration through more projects with cluster clubs, our club presence is growing and striving to learn Rotary at many more aspects. It is a young club with energy also featuring a migrant-base society, and we are mobilised by “BE THE INSPIRATION” to develop and implement our projects. We should be gratitude to all of our club members on their dedication, cohesiveness and passion.