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My inspiration. We are what we think, All that we are arises from our thoughts, With our thoughts we make the world. Photo copyright Sean Duggan

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

The 2017 CEO Sleepout raising funds for the homeless

Dear friends and readers,

In 2 more nights I will be sleeping as a homeless lawyer for the 8th year in a row to raise funds for the homeless in the 2017 CEO Sleepout.

It is supposed to be a rainy night. I have tried my best to fund raise despite the difficult economic climate.

I have raised $28,500 so far and there is 2 more days to fund raise before the event.

I managed to raise $33,000 last year. Am I able to beat that this year?

The homeless problem continues. I made the acquaintence of a couple of homeless persons who have made Terrace Rd and Langly Park their preferred place of homeless residence. They have chosen well as it has river views.

The Aus Chinese Times did a report of the Terrace Rd homeless. If you read Mandarin it is at


I am ranked no. 2 in WA behind Barry Felstead of Crown Casino who has raised over $100,000.

In Australia, I am now in the top 10 competing against CEOs from many major companies.

However, it is not about the ranking. Any amount raised helps Vinnies to help the homeless.

Please donate if you wish to help the homeless by going to:
 

https://www.ceosleepout.org.au/ceos/wa-ceos/raymond-tan-tan-and-tan-lawyers/

I will be doing livefeed on Facebooks to keep every one updated on 22 June.

Night.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Results of the 5th Tan and Tan Lawyers Golf Tournament

There was concern a few days before the tournament as the weather forecast was for a thunderstorm. Luckily the weather held and the players had a great hot Autumn day of golf.
The Gosnells Golf Club was challenging. There were 41 players pitting their skills for the trophies.
The following winners were announced:
Nearest the pin Hole 14: Thomas Kim
Nearest the pin Hole 9: Martin Wong
Ladies longest drive: Sophie Chen
Mens longest drive: Martin Feng
Ladies winner: Susan Zhang with 91/64
Runner up: Sophie Chen with 105/67
Mens winners:
1st Tony Huang with 92/67
2nd Matt Posa with 80/68
3rd Darren Chen with 92/68.
Looks like they are due for a handicap cut.
Congrats to all of the winners.
There were also lots of lucky draw prizes for the dinner guests. I am sure all the players enjoyed the day and the dinner. The next tournament is in May at Araluen. See you all there.
 
 
 

Friday, April 21, 2017

3rd Annual An Yu and Tan and Tan Lawyers Family Tournament

Dear readers

The 3rd Annual An Yu Badminton Academy and Tan and Tan Lawyers Cup is taking place on 27 May 2017 at Armadale Badminton Centre.

Please see info. This is family bonding badminton. See you there.






Thursday, April 20, 2017

Tan and Tan Lawyers hold a seminar for the Korean community discussing purchasing a business and retail premises law.

Dear readers

I had the pleasure of holding a seminar to advise the Korean community about what to look out for when buying a business. The seminar also discussed the rights of a tenant under the retail premises act.

Have a look at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZhjbSuNnsY

I am sure the info will help you in your next business purchase.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

The 5th Annual Tan and Tan Lawyers Golf Challenge

Dear friends

Tan and Tan Lawyers are holding their 5th Annual Aus Chinese Golf Asso Challenge. This year it will be at the Gosnells Golf Club on 23 April 2017.

I hope you will take part if you are a keen golfer.




Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Tan and Tan Lawyers supporting the An Yu Annual Junior Badminton Tournament

Dear friends


We are again sponsoring the Junior badminton players at the An Yu Annual Junior Tournament. See you there this Sat.