Leo to Lion Spotlight: Potter Kai Fong

Potter Kai Fong with Japanese Exchange Student

The Leo to Lion Spotlight will feature former Leos who have chosen to continue serving their communities as Lions to inspire other Leos to follow in their footsteps and join a Lions club. Potter has been a Leo Lion member of the Batu Pahat Lions club in Malaysia for over a year. He is currently serving as club president.

  1. How many years were you a Leo, and which club were you in?

I served as a Leo for 9 years total, in both the Alpha Leo club of SMK Dato Syed and the Omega Leo club of IPG Kampus Perlis.

  1. What is something unique or interesting about your Leo Club?

My Alpha Leo Club was established in one of the secondary schools, and we enjoyed working with school authority to provide services to our school and to our society. When I proposed forming an Omega Leo club at my teaching college, they loved the idea and now the Leo club is one of the best place for the students to be trained to become a leader.

  1. What made you decide to become a Lion?

I received a lot of opportunities when I was a Leo, including organizing forums for more than 1000 delegates and speaking at International Convention, as well receiving the first ever leadership medal awarded to a Leo by PIP Dr. Tam. I really wanted to share the experience I gained through the Leo Club Program as a Lion. I enjoy assisting and working together with my Lions club members, and I see being a Lion as another platform for me to further my leadership skills.

  1. What is the best thing about being a Lion?

The best thing being a Lion is the friendship network being a member offers. When you are a Lion, there is no difficulty talking to another individual who is a Lion member, there are always stories to share about what we do in our clubs. I also enjoy the atmosphere in my club, where the senior Lions guide the new members and new members share their creative ideas for new service opportunities.

  1. Do you have any advice for other Leos thinking about becoming a Lion?

For me, I would really urge the Leos to join a Lions club. I love this quote from John F. Kennedy, “If not us, who? If not now, when?” We born in this family, if we are not the one to join and strengthen the family in future, then who? Join us now!

Visit our website to learn more about becoming a Lion. If you are a former Leo and would like to be featured in the Leo to Lion Spotlight, please email us at leo2lion@lionsclubs.org.

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