1.Name: Rwo-Shr Health Institute International
Hong Kong Institute International Reflexology
Address: Shop No 5, Ground Floor,
Fu Ga Building, 18-20, South Lane,
7-13 Yat Fu Lane,
Shek Tong Tsui, Hong Kong.
Telephone: 28189646Mobile: 92365637
Or T/F: 00852-25692713Mobile: 00852-60209378
Address: Flat K, 1/F, Block 2, Royal Peninsula,
8 Hung Lai Road, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon,
Hong Kong
E-mail address:

2. Regulations and Mission ( Valid for both the Rwo-Shr Health
Institute International and Hong Kong Institute International Reflexology )

2.1 To be realistic, true, love, inheritance and creative.
2.2 Aims: To study development, to promote education and to serve the society.
The Institute does not belong to any political organizations nor any religious bodies or any societies.
Our members enjoy the freedom of study. In front of truth everybody is equal.
Members of the Institute enjoy freedom of learning, all are equal in the face of truth.
2.3 Mission: Everyone is responsible for his/her own health
(helping the poor to be responsible for his/her own health ) ;
2.4 Uniting all those who are engaged in or have learned the Rwo-Shr Health Method to gain the professional privileges and make adequate contributions ;
2.5 Caring for the welfare, careers and life of all the members ;
2.6 Establishing adequate business or investment so as to help to promote the welfare of both the Institute and its members ;
2.7 Publishing the study and lectures of the Institute ( or lectures on Health Life ) ;
2.8 Accepting donations from individuals as well as charitable organizations so as to promote the welfare or academic developments of the Institute ;
2.9 Being a non-profit making academic body for the people, no business should be conducted without having discussed in the directory meeting and with the written approval of the Director. The Institute will not be responsible for the breach of this regulation. On the contrary, the breach of this regulation will incur prosecution ;
2.10 Should any accidents relating to health care occur, the individual concerned should hold full responsibilities. The Institute holds no responsibilities ;
2.11 Anyone who becomes a member of the Institute automatically admits that he/she is willing to abide by all the regulations of the Institute. Otherwise he/she cannot be regarded as a member of the Institute.
No Membership Card is given
2.12 Donation from individuals or organizations can be accepted to help promoting the development of the academic or welfare of the Association.
2.13 The Association is a non-profit-making association, without having discussed in the management meeting and the written approved of the Management Director. No one should run any business in the name of the Association. The consequences of the breach of this regulation will be borne by the member concerned. The Association will not take any responsibility. On the contrary it will take the necessary legal actions.
2.14 The Chairman will follow the local tradition to decide the appointment of the local chairman and its term of office.


3. Member qualification:

3.1 All those who engage in the work of Rwo-Shr Health or those who have acquired the knowledge of Rwo-Shr Health are qualified to be members.
3.2 With regard to the people mentioned in 3.1 above, there is
no limit to their sex and nationality, but they must comply
with the following requirements:
3.2.1 Age must be 16 or above, members not completing the age of 18 cannot be a manager of the Institute. However one has the right to vow and to enjoy all the benefits of a member;
3.2.2 He must agree with the directions, aim and mission of
the Institute and abide by its regulations;
3.2.3 Before becoming a member of the Institute, he must pay the membership fees as well as the annual fees and complete the admission application form. He will become a member of the Institute when his application was approved and a membership card was issued to him;
3.2.4 If any member is dissatisfied with the management of the Institute, he can endorse a written complaint to the management committee. Without being discussed the matter, the management committee should not refuse to investigate the case concerned.
It must invite the complainant to supply the necessary details. If the case deems unacceptable, the management should issue a written reply to the complainant.
If the complainant deemed the refusal unreasonable, he can endorse a complaint to the Institute.
3.2.5 Should conflicts occur, endeavor will be made to solve it by dialogue on the basis of ¨loving one another〃.


4. Regulations for members:

4.1 Membersˇobligations:
4.1.1 Members have the obligations to abide by the regulations of the Institute and to execute them.
4.1.2 Members have the obligations to pay all the expenses as required by the regulations of the
Institute as well as those expenses set by the annual
general meetings, special meetings and managersˇ
meetings. However, the honorary members are not
required to pay the annual fee.
4.1.3 During the recess of the Annual General Meeting,
the Management Committee has the right to make a resolution to ask for donations to meet a certain need. Without the consent of the general meeting no one can be excepted from such donation, otherwise one may be regarded as in deficit of the membership fee.
4.1.4 Members who have not paid their membership fee for over 3 months will no longer be regarded as qualified members of the Institute and they cannot enjoy all the benefits of the Institute. For members who are in debt of the membership fee for over 6 months, their membership will be terminated temporarily. If they are in debt for over 12 months, their membership qualification will be terminated.
4.1.5 When a member in debt of the membership fee for
3 months and has repaid it, he can enjoy all the privileges of the Institute. However those who were in debt for 6 months must be examined by the management committee before he resume his membership. Nevertheless it will take place only one month after he has repaid his membership fee.
4.1.6 Every member has the obligation to support and help the mother establishment or in other name, the
ˉ HONG KONG TIN YAU RWO-SHR HEALTH CONSULTANT CENTER LTDˇ by introducing customers, and students as well as to promote the sales of health products.
4.2 Member privileges:
4.2.1 All qualified members have the right to vote and to be voted. They have also the right to make resolutions for matters discussed.
4.2.2 They have the right to make suggestions to the management committee and the general meeting.
4.2.3 If the Institute has been notified, a wreath, or some forms of condolences will be presented to the diseased qualified members.
4.2.4 When the Institute was informed that a qualified member fell ill, or became unemployed or encountered an accident, it will send a representative to render assistance by giving adequate advice or to help applying to the welfare organizations concerned for adequate assistances.
4.2.5 Qualified members shall have the privileges to enjoy all the benefits rendered by the Institute and or those rendered by the co-workers. It includes academic seminars or speeches.
4.2.6 Qualified members have the rights to read the regulations of the Institute.


5.Membership termination and withdrawal:

5.1 The Management Committee may terminate the membership of any member who acts against the regulations of the Institute. The Management Committee also has the right to pursue investigation.
The member whose membership being terminated has the right to appeal to the General Meeting.
5.2 When any person stops from being a member of the Institute, whether by self withdrawal or by order of the Institute, he can no longer enjoy any benefits or privileges of the Institute. What he has paid to the Institute will not be refunded.
5.3 The Chairman is responsible to the government in legal responsibilities. Therefore he has the right to call for special general meeting as well as to cancel the decision made in the management meeting. He can also dismiss the qualification of any managers as well as members. ( including the vice-chairman or the manager )



6.1 To dissolve the Institute, it requires two-third of the members to vote in secret ballots for it in the General Meeting.
6.2 In case the Institute is required to be dissolved. It may due to the cancellation of registration or some other reasons, all the debts should be clear and the remaining properties should be returned to Dr. Chan Hok Yau . 朝舃ね痴


7.The Organization structure of the Institute

  Founding Chairman, Chairman of Board of Directors
Board of Directors
General Meeting
Management Committee
Basic Officers Committee
Special Officers Committee
Various Departments


8.General Meeting for Members

8.1 The general meeting for members will be held annually in March. The Management Committee will present the report for the members to comment.
8.2 Members of the Management Committee will be elected in the General Meeting bi-annually.
8.3 The stepping down managers, namely the former managers or advisors, can attend the Management Committee and have the right to speak but no right to vote.
8.4 A Special General Meeting can be called by the Management Committee or by more than half of the total qualified members.


9.The responsibilities of the Management Committee:

9.1 To execute the resolutions of the annual general meetings or those of the special general meetings.
9.2 To manage and plan for the day-to-day affairs.
9.3 To make the annual report to be examined and approved by the Annual General Meeting.
9.4 To make annual budget and report to be approved by the General Meeting.
9.5 When there is the need, call for the special general meeting.
9.6 It has the authority to establish or to cancel various special meetings.
9.7 It may establish regional offices.
9.8 It may invite specialists to serve as advisor of the Committee.


10.The establishment of Manager:

10.1 A manager can be elected by vote in the annual general meeting. The term of office is two years. He may serve with the same team for 4 years consecutively.


10.The establishment of Manager:

10.1 A manager can be elected by vote in the annual general meeting. The term of office is two years. He may serve with the same team for 4 years consecutively.

11.The Managers:

11.1 There are 10 managers in the Management Committee. They are elected by secret ballot within 14 days after the annual general meeting for the following posts:
1 chief manager, 1 vice-manager, 1 general affairs manager ( secretary ) , 1 financial affairs manager, 1 academic affairs manager,
1 social services affairs manager, 1 liaison manager, 1 entertainment manager,
1 propagandist manager and 1 education manager.


12.Meetings of the Managers:

12.1 The managers will meet at least once two months, half of the total numbers of the managers present will form the quorum.


13.The responsibilities of the managers are as below:


Chairman: responsible for the daily management of the committee, to chair the management committee and the annual general meeting, to lead the work of the various departments and serving as representative of the Institute. In the important events, he may ask for the accompany of the Founding Chairman.

13.2 Vice-chairman: to assist the chairman in managing the work of the Committee. In the absence of the chairman, he will be fully responsible for the management of the Committee until the chairman resume duties or a new chairman is elected.
13.3 Committee Affairs Manager ( Secretary ):
Managing printing, keeping membership records, maintaining the secretariate, keeping attendance records and minutes of meetings of the Institute.
13.4 Finance Affairs Manager:
Managing the finance affairs of the Institute, making periodical report on the income and expenditure of the Institute to be approved by the Management Committee and announced to the members.
13.5 Academic Affairs Manager:
To promote and raise the academic and skill of the members, to organize academic seminars and various study groups, and to collect teaching materials for the reference of the members.
13.6 Social Services Manager:
To be concerned of the affairs of the society and encourage the members to take part in various social services such as visiting the Aged Homes, Youth Centres and various social groups.
13.7 Liaison Manager:
To be responsible for connecting the members by telephone or letters or e-mails, so as to establish a sound communication network with all the members.
13.8 Health and Amusement Manager:
To be responsible for organizing all the health and cultural activities so as to enrich the life of the employees after work. He is also responsible for the various social activities.
13.9 Publicity and development Manager:
To be responsible for the publicity, publication and development of the Institute.
13.10 Education Manager:
To be responsible for the education work of the Institute, assisting the opening of various classes. He needs to be in close co-operation with the Academic Affairs Manager.
13.11 With the approval of the Management Committee the Managers may invite helpers to operate the various works.


14.Special Committees

14.1 The special committees are established according to needs.


15.Supplementary election

15.1 Upon the death or resignation or dismissal or leaving the Colony, permanently of a manager, his vacancy can be filled by the one who got the next most votes in the annual general meeting or to be elected in an extra-ordinary meeting for this purpose. In the case of key manager, election may be done just among the managers.


16.Suspension and dismissal

16.1 When a manager neglects his duties, being dishonesty and incompetent or to refuse carry out the resolutions of the general meetings, the management committee has the right to suspend or dismiss him, but he may make a complain to the General Meeting.


17.Basic Organization

17.1 The Organization was formed by the members to do some meaningful work. The expenses could be applied from the Management Committee.
17.2 If necessary, any manager can be asked to be responsible for the work, but he is required to receive the adequate training and abide by the aims of the Institute.


18.Duties of the audit staff and the financial year


The number of audit staff can be one or more, they are not members of the Institute and appointed or elected in the Annual General Meeting. The term of office will be two years.

18.2 When an auditor resigns after or before the General Meeting, the Management Committee has the power to appoint a suitable person to fill the vacancy. Such appointment should be approved in the general meeting that follows.
18.3 The annual financial audited report should be examined by the Management Committee and presented to the General Meeting for approval.
18.4 For Fairness, the managers and employees of the Institute should not serve as auditor of the Institute.
18.5 The financial year is from 1st April to 31st March of the following year.


19.Effectiveness of the Regulations

19.1 To be effective, these Regulations should be approved by the Management Committee and passed in the annual General Meeting. Any amendment to be effective should be approved by the General Meeting.


5.6.2005 Approved by the Management Committee
22.2.2006 Amendment was made
24.2.2006 Amendment was repeated
12.9.2008 Amendment was repeated
23.9.2009 Amendment was repeated
Second revision on 18.12.2015
Chairman of Rwo-Shr Health Institute International:
Chan Hok Yau Ph.D.
Vice-Chairmen of Rwo-Shr Health Institute International:
Wong King Chiu , Lai Pui Ying
Founding Chairman of Hong Kong Institute International Reflexology:
Chan Hok Yau Ph.D.
Chairman of Hong Kong Institute International Reflexology:
Tin Hung Chun ( バ瑇马 )
Vice-Chairmen of Hong Kong Institute International Reflexology:
Wong King Chiu, Lai Pui Ying, Ho Yui Hing
Chairman of Rwo-ShrRwo-Shr Foot Reflexology Health Institute International Hong Kong:
Chan Hok Yau Ph.D.
Vice-Chairmen of Rwo-Shr Rwo-Shr Foot Reflexology Health Institute International Hong Kong:
Guo Qiang Zhu , Lai Rui Xing He