“Me The Human”: 8,000+ high school students helping Syrian refugees

This Meeting’s Highlights
Program: “Me The Human”: 8,000+ high school students helping Syrian refugees
Speaker: Misaki Otani, International Director for Interact District 5170
Meeting for the week of December 26, 2016 to January 2, 2017

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Welcome to the Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley!

Message from President Mitty

Happy New Year! 

Members and returning guests, welcome to the last meeting of 2016 and the first meeting of 2017!

Happy New Year to everyone! As 2016 comes to a close and we each do our own reflections, I want to thank all of our club members for the continued support in being part of our family. Our Rotary club turns 2 years old in January, so this is an exciting month for us!

As I’m writing this post, I’m still in Shanghai, where I’ve been traveling in and around for the past few days. I’m here because of a friend’s wedding, but I love how my fellow Rotarians have connected me to the Rotary Club of Shanghai. While I most likely won’t have a chance to stop by their club meeting since I’ll be on a plane by then, it’s wonderful to know that there’s Rotary wherever you go. I’d encourage all of our members and visiting Rotarians to consider reaching out to a local Rotary club the next time they’re traveling to a new destination. It’s always great to meet locals and find more like-minded people around the world. Of course, here are some of my photos from my trip so far in Shanghai. (Naturally, food photos are included since I love going on food adventures!)

New Member Challenge:

Since this meeting is our sendoff to 2016, and our kickoff to 2017, I want to start off with a new member challenge that one of our own members, Kristi Govertsen, suggested in last week’s meeting comments. We’ll be trying a photo challenge every month, where members are welcome to submit one or two photos that follow the month’s challenge theme. Members are allowed to interpret the theme as they wish, and photos that provide an insight of your personal life or local environment (wherever you are this week) are a plus. Photos will be featured in upcoming meetings. This month’s member photo challenge theme is “Something New.” Members, please post in the comments section your photo(s), along with a short caption of the photo and how it relates to the theme. You may make this photo post during any meeting in January (including this meeting). Complete the challenge early or repeat the challenge and submit multiple photos every week if you would like!

Looking forward to seeing everyone’s photos!

Enjoy your holiday everyone! Have an awesome and safe New Year celebration!

Yours in service,
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Mitty Chang, President
Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley
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P.S. I’ve been receiving your Secret Santa photos and your Coffee with a Rotarian videos! Those will all be posted on a rolling basis. Keep them coming! 


Weekly Inspiration: A Human Postcard from 10-year old George

Every week we bring you videos of innovation, inspiration, and entrepreneurship. This week we are featuring a video from Human Postcards, about a 10-year old entrepreneur named George who is just helping the world.

George is 10 and lives in a small town in New Zealand. In his spare time, he designs “Cool Stuff for Boys” made from recycled materials, which he sells online to customers around the world.

George shares how he believes his designs are helping to make a better world. (PS: He screen prints himself!)

George, you’re inspiring! Rotarians and guests, after seeing this human postcard video, what do you think you could be working on? What video would you film if you were to send a human postcard? Would love to hear your thoughts in the comments section!


Laughing Out Loud (L.O.L.) with our Lady of LOLs

yvonnebubbleWe believe that laughing a little every day keeps you healthier. Every week we try to share with you something that will make you smile! This section is curated by Rotarian Yvonne Kwan, our club’s “Lady of LOLs.”

Happy New Year everyone! Enjoy this New Year themed funny. 

Coffee with a Rotarian

This new segment of our meeting is dedicated to featuring stories from members about other members! We pair our club members with other club members for one-on-one coffee sessions either digitally or online. It’s an opportunity to get to know your fellow Rotarians better. After the coffee session, each of our members records a short video message about what they learned about their fellow Rotarian, and we feature those videos here.

This week’s featured Coffee with a Rotarian video comes from member Tzviatko Chiderov from South Africa. Tzviatko met with member Chris Cochrane from Canada, and they had a great time getting to know each other! This is what Tzviatko had to say about Chris:

We’ll feature Chris’s video next week!


For Members: Updates

This segment of the meeting is dedicated to our club members. This section includes announcements and new initiatives. Guests, you are welcome to read this section or just skip it.

New Monthly Member Photo Challenge: “Something New”

Hi Members! Member Kristi made a terrific suggestion in last week’s meeting comments about a monthly photo challenge. I’ve included it in the President’s Message for this week. Please re-read the president’s message at the top of this meeting if you didn’t read the part about the member’s challenge. Start submitting photos whenever you’d like by posting them in the week’s comments! I’ll feature photos in future meetings. 🙂

Reminders – Ongoing Initiatives:

  • Club elections and club assembly coming up in January! Keep an eye out in your email inbox!
  • Dues are due by the end of the week!
  • Coffee with a Rotarian is still ongoing! Videos coming soon
  • Secret Santa should be completed! Looking for some photos and videos!

Last call for December service blotter!! Update below

Members, want to get your service update into the next service blotter? Please share what you’ve been up to, as it allows us to get to know each other better in the process! Just click on the link below to let us know!

For Members Only: Click here to fill out The Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley Service Survey


Our Events & Projects

We hold our meetings online, but we hold regular service projects and social events in the Silicon Valley every month! This section is updated every week with our upcoming events. We welcome guests to all of our events and service projects listed here.

Also be sure to join our Meetup Group for automatic calendar updates and to RSVP for our events! These are open to all guests as well!

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Upcoming Events:

All times are Pacific Time! (San Francisco time)

Stop Hunger Now Service Project (Cupertino), Saturday, January 14, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 12 PM

(Please note the date change; it is now January 14.) Come assemble Stop Hunger Now food packages with Rotarians from Cupertino and Sunnyvale during our Rotary Area-wide service project on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at Monta Vista High School, 21840 McClellan Road, Cupertino, CA! There will be two separate shifts – one from 8:15 AM to 10:30 AM, and another from 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM. Sign-up will be available on Meetup. Guests are welcomed but will need to check-in with our club. This is a great opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life with a hands-on service project while getting to know some of the other Rotarians in our area!

Event chair: Mitty Chang (please check-in with Mitty once you arrive)

Rotary Wilderness Expedition to Big Basin (Boulder Creek), Sun. Jan. 29, 2016 from 11 AM to 3 PM

Join fellow Rotarians and friends for an adventure expedition into the gorgeous redwood giants of Big Basin Redwoods State Park. We will be meeting at 11 AM (exact location to be announced) and will aim to return to our cars by 3 PM. Please pack your own lunch and water.

Event chair: Andrew Taw

Rotary Area 8 Talent Show (Cupertino), Sat. Feb. 4, 2016

Join Rotarians from through Cupertino and Sunnyvale for an area-wide social featuring talent from every club! Details to be announced.


Happy Dollars

Each week we ask our members to share stories with the club and toss in a few dollars to support our efforts. The primary goal of this section is to provide a fun way of getting to know each fellow members and guests, while giving back to a good cause.

Happy dollars is an opportunity to share something positive that has happened in your life whether it is personal or business. Think of it as your opportunity to brag a little, but also put a little bit into a karma jar. The money donated through happy dollars is put to charitable use, and the message that you leave for happy dollars will be posted in our online meeting the following week for the entire week for folks to see! (Pending that it’s appropriate!)

Last week’s happy dollars went towards funding club projects! Here are messages from last week’s happy dollars:

Thank you to member Monique Ziesenhenne for her $15 donation! Monique had this to say:
Happy that this week there is less traffic going to/from work! Best wishes for a happy holiday to all.

Thank you to member Brian Liddicoat for his $15 donation! Brian had this to say:
“We have so many famous people in Rotary. But who were the most “infamous” Rotarian? I don’t think Mao, Stalin or Hitler found time for Rotary; weekly breakfast meetings would have been problematic for dictators who did not sleep well. While a lot of Rotary meetings take place in venues with awful food, some meetings are really gourmet. Need to retire early and get to work on my website, “the worldwide guide to Rotary dining”.

Thank you to member Rory Olsen for his $15 donation! Rory had this to say:
“My wife, Trish, and I have been married 44 years today. That date–December 23, 1972–is also significant to football fans as the day of the ‘Immaculate Reception.'”

Thank you to member Nate Gildart for his $10 donation! Nate had this to say:
“Happy Holidays to all!”

Thank you all for your donations last week! The money from the donations last week went towards funding club projects including supporting club service grants!

This week’s donations will go towards the general club fund to power club projects!

So what are you happy about? Share with us below!

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Selected Six

Every week at the bottom of our meetings, there is a comments section for members and guests to tell us what they enjoyed about the meeting or to ask questions to the speaker. We select six comments every week from last week’s meeting to be featured during this week’s meeting.

Here are six comments selected from last week’s meeting about Everything you need to know about Rotary:

From member Rory Olsen (Texas, USA):

Mitty, Thank you for giving us a great, concise informative program. I have been a Rotarian since Reagan’s first term, but I still managed to learn a couple of things from your program. Good job!”

From member Kristi Govertsen (Montana, USA):

“Thanks, Mitty! Rotary Nerd Approved! It was cool to see everyone’s photos in the selected comments. Would it be too complicated to do a monthly photo challenge for our members (optional, of course)? A theme/subject could be provided at the beginning of each month, and then we could all submit a photo or two from that we’ve taken from our respective corners of the world with our interpretation of that month’s theme/subject. These could be posted in our weekly meetings throughout the month–interactive and a literal snapshot of our members’ lives. Let me know what you think, and I would be happy to spearhead the project if it seems like something that would be fun for everyone.

From member Nathan Gildart (Tokyo, Japan):

“Merry Christmas everyone! Mitty, thanks for that. The “Rotary education” meetings we have are informative. It’s difficult to go through all that the parent website has to offer, so that and shared links are great. That Could Piano piece is way cool! I need one of those for my guitar!”

From member John Lozano (California, USA):

“Nate, thanks for the video. I love visiting Japan and maybe I’ll plan a trip through Tokyo next time. Rushton and I meet when I was doing some work with Okayama city many years ago. I miss my time there. Mitty, thanks for the information. I appreciate the background on Rotary and this gives me some focus for the new year. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all.”

From member Raquel Juncal (Costa Rica):

Nate, a pleasure to see you again! Cool video! Thanks for the info, Mitty!

From guest Jayprakash Deshpande (India):

Nice presentation Mitty on Rotary … Merry Christmas! I am a member of WASRAG

Be sure to leave a comment at the end of this week’s meeting after you watch the program below, and perhaps you’ll see your comment featured next week!


Program: “Me The Human” – How 8,000+ high school students are banding together to help Syrian refugees

Every week we bring to you a program on innovation, education, technology, and humanitarian service. This week our guest speaker is Misaki Otani, the International Director of Interact District 5170. Their project this year is called “Me The Human,” and works to band together the over 8,000 Interact Club members (high school students) in their district to help Syrian refugees.

Our recording this week is presided by president-elect Stephen Zhou! 

Misaki Otani, 16 years old, is a junior at Lynbrook High School. She is the International Director this Rotary year for Interact District 5170 (our club’s home district), which represents the greater Silicon Valley from Oakland to Fremont to Santa Cruz to Palo Alto. A budding motivational speaker at a young age, Misaki has a huge passion for service.

Members and guests, please join me in welcoming Misaki from Interact District 5170!

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  • Rory Olsen

    Misaki,

    Thank you for an informative program.

    • Misaki

      Thank you for listening!

  • Tzviatko Chiderov

    Misaki, thanks for your presentation. You clearly are very passionate about this work. I really like what you said about how important it is to not just have more aid, but better aid, and helping in a sustainable way.

    • Misaki

      Tzviatko, those are some of the key factors in stepping closer towards relief for Syrian refugees. I’m glad you were able to reciprocate from these important concepts!.

  • Tzviatko Chiderov

    For the “Something New” challenge, please meet my “new” niece whom I just met 2 weeks ago — 4.5 month-old Stefi!

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5475cb4abfdb34cfa5c9861d179cab6756325c28bbfb0793e709b8857cd3b22f.jpg

    • Keith Marsh

      She is a cutie.

  • Jayprakash Deshpande

    Misaki , at this age you have great commitment and passion ! Kudos to you … Keep it up please

    • Misaki

      Thank you!

  • Keith Marsh

    Misaki, thanks for your program helping Syrian Refugees. This is a crisis that most of can not begin to imagine. Loved the video by George.

    • Misaki

      Keith, it’s definitely hard to image, but I’m grateful we can now move forward and strive to effectively provide humanitarian aid.

  • BDL

    Great passion but after 40 minutes, I don’t quite understand what exactly the project does to actually help Syrian refugees or how it intends to do so. I’m sure the speaker has a very clear vision of this, I just didn’t see what it was, other than “raising awareness”. As a trial lawyer (from Berkeley), I’m often guilty of this myself, speaking energetically to a learned judge only to have the judge say “thank you counsel. After listening to you for 20 minutes, I’m now thoroughly confused as to what you are even asking for. You have one minute left to explain it to me”.

    My own church in Aptos has an actual mission project in Jordan that actually provides food and shelter to refugees in coordination with the IRC. We don’t spend a lot of time on acronyms and awareness-raising; we find that many people, of all ages and political views, are eager to help refugees if given a clear vector to do so, regardless of whom they voted for. If your group wishes to get involved with actual refugee relief, you have many organizations here in the Bay Area that are doing real relief work and would be glad of your involvement.

    Misaki, you do have a real ability to speak well. This is actually pretty rare. That skill will open many doors for you in the future. Ever think about a career as a lawyer? I think you’d be good at it and, more importantly, enjoy it.

    • Misaki

      BDL,
      I appreciate your honest and constructive feedback. I do agree I am not the best at being concise with my words, but hopefully I can clear up the confusion.

      First off, it is great to hear your church has a mission project in Jordan and Iraq, two countries with hundreds of thousands of refugees. I understand there may be a significant difference between how each of our projects are fulfilled. This is the result of your church’s purpose being significantly different from Interact D5170’s purpose. Interact has been built on a foundation of service and leadership with the objective to raise awareness and funds for an international cause, as well as serve hours for a community cause. Interact 5170 raises thousands of dollars every year, and each year the number continues to increase. Raising funds is a prominent factor of the International Project, but we also try to focus on the purpose of why we are doing it. This is where our acronym comes into play. It helps guide Interactors to find a purpose with this project, and to dig deeper than deeper into the theme each month. Interact does not only foster leaders that know how to raise money, but it fosters leaders that serve with kindness and acceptance.

      Although raising awareness may not directly bring aid to the refugees or help them resettle, it is still, in my opinion a very important tool in fostering a solution or at least veering towards relief. Awareness is crucial, because in order to take effective action, or any action at all, you first must know what is happening. I chose the IRC as our partner organization for many reasons, but one of the main reasons is because of how they take action. They first become aware of the situation (please keep in mind this crisis is extremely complicated) then formulate a solution based off of that knowledge, and finally take action. If it was not the perfect solution, at least they are now more aware of “what works” and “what doesn’t”.

      Personally, I did not know a single aspect regarding the Syrian Refugee Crisis a year ago even though it’s been an ongoing humanitarian crisis since 2011. One day I was scrolling through my Facebook feed and I noticed one of my friends shared a video of around twenty men digging under a crashed building to save one child. I was taken off guard and curious, so I began to do more research and educated myself to the point where I wanted this to be our International Project. It’s crazy to think how powerful raising awareness can be, because at first it was a girl scrolling through her Facebook feed, to a project taken on by 8,000 high school students who are striving to and will raise $120,000 for Syrian refugees.

      To clarify, the funds raised by Interactors will go towards providing aid and relief to Syrian refugees inside of Syria, in neighboring countries (Jordan, Iraq, Turkey, etc.) and in the Bay Area (where Interact 5170 is located).

      “Actual refugee relief”, I am interpreting this to be volunteer work Interactors can do (please correct me if I’m wrong). I don’t think I mentioned this in the recording (which is my mistake), but the IRC does provide service opportunities that Interactors are in the pursuit of planning and completing. Whether it’s hosting a drive and creating backpacks for child refugees to bring to school, or forming booklets to help refugees adapt to the new environment. I definitely will reach out to other organizations to have more service opportunities for the Interactors!

      This was pretty lengthy, but hopefully it’s understandable, especially because I responded to different points of your comment. I hope this answered some of your questions or at least communicated our objective and the reasoning behind our decisions. Again, thank you for your feedback!

      My mom actually went to law school and wishes that I follow in her footsteps. It’s something I’ll definitely consider! Thank you!

  • Great program but I missed what the project does. In the communcation world, we live by one mantra:
    ” a mind can absorb only what the rear-end can endure”….that means shorter is better.

    • Misaki

      Chris,
      I touched bases more on what the project does in my response to BDL’s comment below. I hope it’s able to convey the objective of the project more.

  • Brett Sham

    Misaki, good luck to you and your fellow Interactors in achieving your goals and fundraising target for the year!

    • Misaki

      Thank you!

  • Nathan Gildart

    Misaki, you’re a credit to your peers and community. As a high school teacher in Tokyo, where service is central to our ethos, I’m continually impressed with the kindness, empathy, motivation, and innovative problem-solving I see in people your age. The Syrian crisis has bothered me from its beginnings during the Arab Spring, so I admire the work you and your peers are taking on. The design of the project (seven themes over seven months) is thoughtful, and critical that you have included educating yourselves and others. (with a consideration for finding the correct information – the truth – and knowing where proceeds are going) You have mentioned that proceeds will go to “international work” and local offices working in the US. Judging by the Interact District 5170 Website I assume a core benefactor is the International Rescue Committee. Keep us posted when there are links to donate to the project.

    One other comment on an experience you mentioned. Even though we often can’t relate to others in crisis it’s important that we empathize and work for positive change, so keep doing what you’re doing. We applaud you!

  • Andrew Taw

    Misaki, excellent choice of causes to work toward this year! Thank you for your presentation.

    • Misaki

      Thank you, I really appreciate it!

  • ShagsCA

    Misaki, I love your passion for the project and Rotary in general. Thanks again for a great presentation! Following Tzviatko’s lead, here’s a photo of Truffle when he was “something new” and seven weeks before we brought him into our lives. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/91ddca2acf301eea7778e6de3dd89e2e07459950765d07b377561f64c1646bfb.jpg

    • Misaki

      Thank you! Your dog is so cute!

  • Thank you Misaki. It’s great to see how students and the Interact group is staying involved in today’s world and making the difference.

    • Misaki

      Thank you Mark!

  • Hey Rory, congratulations on your anniversary! I hope the wedding still stands as more important to you than that football catch you referenced. 8^) Great to hear of the Interact efforts! As for a picture, I can’t say that steamed buns were new to me, but one with the English translation of “the characteristics of pork” was (the brown ones in the back). Didn’t try eating that kind.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/413b0d1973c263268ed6410a4d67955cfc7eb94f718d4d976dc40046cdf28087.jpg

  • Misaki your dedication and efforts are impressive. I love how your are able to keep the focus on the fact these people are human and need help and everything else is secondary. Great work!

    • Misaki

      Thank you so much Heather! We are all human and that is how everyone should be treated. As a human.

  • Richard Knaggs

    Happy New Year everyone. Wishing you loads service before self for 2017. I am completely blown away by the maturity, professionalism and intelligence of this young lady, This is such an important project because I believe that we all need to be reminded, as you say Misaki that, “We are all Human”. I think many of us forget this in many situations besides the Syrian crisis. It was incredible to hear how carefully you research your projects to make sure you make the right difference as well. The two contrasting frames running in your video was also a chilling reminder of what the experience would be for our children. Wishing you the best with this project. I will definitely share it with the Interactors in our school.

    • Misaki

      Thank you for you comment Richard. I’m glad to hear you were impacted by the video shown. That was made by one of our Digital Media Coordinators! It’s great to hear that you will bring this to other Interactors!

  • john lozano

    Happy New Year everyone! Thanks for a great meeting and another outstanding year! Misaki, thank you for your presentation. I’m glad you could share your project with our club and provide us with some background on the Syrian crisis. As a Bay Area resident, I find it easy to sometimes forget the difficulties other people in the world experience. If people are interested, the documentary, “Salam Neighbor” provides a first hand account of life as a Syrian refugees. The documentary was made by the same people that produced, “Living on One” which raised awareness about life under the poverty line in Central America (living on $1 a day). These movie producers work with many high school programs, raising awareness for social issues around the world. Misaki, keep up the great work!

    • Misaki

      John,
      Thank you for the suggestions! I love watching documentaries because they are extremely educational and bring in new perspective. I will definitely check out “Salam Neighbor” and even share it with other Interactors if they are interested!

      • john lozano

        Misaki, thanks for the note. If you see Salam Neighbor or Living on One, let me know what you think. Have a great week!

  • Paul Mosso

    Happy New Year to all my fellow Rotarians! Let’s have a prosperous year with lots of service. Misaki, great presentation; it is very impressive all the work you and your fellow Interactors accomplish.

    • Misaki

      Thank you Paul!

  • Nicole Pham

    Great job Misaki !!! I’m always proud of you and interact 5170.
    My something new is pretty extraordinary for me and I am so happy to show this picture of me with my new baby cousin. I was present in her live birth and now she is 3 days old. Every day she is even more beautiful than the day before. I am so thankful to have her. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fc78e3f7cb27522538944f3b8f8e21c2c0a4f65169eb7894bafd2bc0fa7df82a.jpg

    • Misaki

      Thank you Nicole!:’)

  • Ferheen Abbasi

    Happy New Year everyone! I’m so thankful to be a part of this group!

    Misaki, thank you for your wonderful presentation! You are so young and impacting the world in such a positive way!! Thank you for all that you do!

    • Misaki

      Thank you Ferheen!

  • Yvonne Kwan

    Happy New Year, everyone! I love the monthly photo challenge idea — I’ll be sure to post a photo soon!

    Misaki, you make me proud to be an alumnus of this Interact district! I can absolutely hear the passion in your voice when you talk about the Syrian refugee crisis. I love that you are urging an emphasis on the humanity of these refugees, which often becomes lost in the political battles that this crisis is, as you already pointed out, intertwined in. Keep up the awesome work, and keep inspiring everyone around you!

    • Misaki

      Yvonne, that’s awesome to hear that you are an alumnus of Interact 5170! Thank you and visit Interact 5170 soon!

  • Raquel D. Juncal

    Happy New Year, everyone!

    Misaki, thanks for your presentation! I love how Interactors work. The way you guys carefully research your projects to make sure they have a positive impact is impressive. Keep up the great work!

    • Misaki

      Thank you Raquel!

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