2020年章程(修订本)

第一章 总纲

一、名称:本会定名为“道南校友会”。以下简称“本会”。

二、会址:本会注册地址设在新加坡 449761 邮区,马林百列湾门牌 49 号。

(若有任何更改,须由理事会通过而经社团注册官批准。)

三、宗旨:本会宗旨为:

a.促进校友间之联谊、团结与合作。

b.加强校友与母校的关系,协助母校的文化、教育的发展。

c.展开及促进有益于文化艺术、慈善公益以及康乐体育的活动。

d.提升对传统道德的认识与研究。

第二章 会员资格

四、会员:

a.凡曾在道南学校就读的校友,若符合本会所定的条件,都有资格申请成为会员。

b.任何申请入会者,须向本会提呈入会申请书及足以证明其校友身份之文件,以及符合以下条件:

4.1 年龄至少在 21 岁以上;

4.2 智力健全;

4.3 赞同本会宗旨;

4.4 同意本会在所举行的活动或会议中,拍摄照片、录音或录影,用于本会刊物、网站和其他相关传播媒介。

c.任何新会员,须由一位介绍人和一位附议人签名,并一次性缴清入会费之后,经理事会开会批准通过,方能正式成为会员(审批过程约 2-3 个月)。理事会有权拒绝任何申请而无需解释任何理由。

d.理事会有权决定入会费、会捐或任何由会员支付的费用金额。同时有权决定会员支付及本会收取款项的方法。

e.理事会可以决定减少或豁免退休人士的入会基金和会费。

f.本会虽设永久会员,惟理事会有权审时度势设立其他类别会员。

g.所有会员在在地址更换时,有义务及时通知本会秘书处,否则本会在联系不上时,理事会有权搁置或取消其会员资格。

h.如果出现以下情况,理事会有权开除会员之资格:

4.5 任何会员涉及非法活动和 / 或根据任何国家的刑事法律,被该国法院定罪;

4.6 会员的行为有损本会的良好声誉;

4.7 会员违反或抵触本会的任何规章制度,或者出现任何能证明本会开除该会员的做法是正确的事件或有效理由。

4.8 妨碍校友会会务之进展者。

4.9 为个人目的,利用本会名义在外滋生事端,使本会蒙羞者。

i.任何退会或被开除的会员,无权索回已付的会捐或其他款项。

第三章 权力与义务

五、权利:本会会员享有以下权力:

a. 在会员大会中有发言权与表决权;

b. 有选举权及被选举权(破产或常驻国外会员无被选举权)

c. 享有本会所规定的各种权利和权益;

d. 使用本会的设备或参加活动时享有优先权;

e. 在不抵触法律及本会能力所及,可向本会要求协助处理生活或业务有关的问题;

f. 任何会员对本会资产(无论动产或是不动产)无索求权。

六、义务:本会会员应尽以下义务:

a.遵守本会章程及服从各项议决案;

b.协助推行各项议决案及会务之进行;

c.捐献或协助筹募本会及属下组织经费;

d.维护本会的良好信誉及一切利益;

e.退会的会员须履行其退会生效之前所担负的一切义务,包括财政承担在内。

第四章 组织结构

a.本会最高权力机构为会员大会,闭会后则是;理事会。

b.本会的会务将由会员大会选出额 23 人组成理事会,负责领导和管理。

c.在选举年的会员大会前,现届理事为下届理事会荡然候选人。

d.选出的 23 位理事,互选正会长一名,副会长三名,正副总务各一名,正副财政各一名。此外,康乐与体育组正主任一名,副主任两名;文教与学术组正主任一名,副主任两名;外事与福利组正主任一名,副主任两名;资讯与募征组正主任一名,副主任两名;理事三名。

e.由正副会长、正副总务和正副财政组成 8 人的常务委员会,负责校友会的日常运作。

f.所有入选理事,组成理事会,执行会务。

g.两名正副查账需要在会员大会上的非理事候选人中选出。

h.康乐与体育组和文教与学术组,组成 6 人的文娱活动工委会,共同推动两组拟定的活动,分工合作,由一位副会长协调工作。

i.外事与福利组和资讯与募征组,组成 6 人的会员联络工委会,共同推动两组拟定的活动,分工合作,由一位副会长协调工作。

j.各组主任有权向理事会推荐理事、会员、非会员为组委,由理事会加以委任,非会员没有表决权。

k.理事会有权委任顾问、名誉会长、名誉理事、特别理事等各种职衔。受委的职位任期与理事相同(永久名誉或永久荣誉的衔头除外)。

l.理事会于必要时新设小组,以处理所指定事物。

第五章 职权分配

七 会员大会之职权如下:

a. 修订本会章程;

b. 接纳或是否决理事会之报告、议决案及表决各项提案;

c. 每三年选出新一届的理事会;

d. 批准有关本会会所的发展,购买和拥有本会不动产,但需经理事会议决成立《产业发展委员会》来推动产业的最高增值。

八 理事会之职权如下:

a. 执行会员大会的议决案;

b. 依期召集会员大会及接受理事会与会员合理之请求召开特别会员大会;

c. 处理本会日常一切事务;

d. 委托常务委员会处理紧急或突发事项;

e. 贯彻本会之宗旨,计划推进会务;

f. 审查入会会员资格;

g. 处理聘任与解雇本会所有受薪或合同职员;

h. 接受理事之辞职,及时填补该空缺。

九 正会长

综理及策划本会一切事务并为本会对外之代表,及保管收存于本会的各项合约及重要文件、政府执照等,并签发各种正式收据及重要函件。每逢交接时须将上列各要件当众点交清楚,一经接受即已负完全责任。会长是各种会议时的当然主席,

副会长三名协助会长,如会长缺席时得互推一人代会长执行会长之职权。

十 正总务

办理本会日常事务,执行常务与理事会议决案。保管及处理本会之记录及来往信函,负责理事会会议召集之一切事宜,向会议提供会长或会员所提出要讨论的提案,代表理事会向常年会员大会提供年度会务报告。遇理事会在任期未满前悬空,须在一个月内向新理事会总务提呈其任内的报告。

副总务应辅助正总务,当正总务缺席时代行其职权。

十一 正财政

负责管理本会各种收、支款项及银行支票簿等。任何收入即须存入理事会指定的银行存储。记录及保管本会收支账目,并定期向理事会提呈账目结算报告。在常年会员大会召开 15 天前向理事会提呈经过查账审计的资产负债表、损益表。保管一切基金,代表本会䳊收各种款项,保管本会一切钱财账目,负责其正确性。

副财政 应辅助正财政,当正财政缺席时代行其职权。

十二 康乐与体育组正主任

负责办理康乐与体育事宜。

副主任应辅助正主任,当正主任缺席时得互推一人代执行正主任之职权。

十三 文教与学术组正主任

负责办理文化、教育及学术事宜,亦需办理奖励金、刊物出版申请事宜。

副主任应辅助正主任,当正主任缺席时得互推一人代执行正主任之职权。

十四 外事与福利组正主任

负责办理本会福利事宜,以及代表本会对内对外联络交际事宜,若经理所会通过或得到会长同意,得代表参加其他社团活动,并处理公众人士咨询及接待事宜。

副主任应辅助正主任,当正主任缺席时得互推一人代执行正主任之职权。

十五 资讯与募征正主任

负责办理本会的网站更新、管理、审核入会表格表格,根据本会的发展方向做好宣传工作。

副主任应协助正主任,处理其一切职务。

十六 正副查帐

定期稽核理事会财务出纳事项。若本会一年的收入或开支超过新币 50 万元,则必须由注册会计师审查账目。查账任期与理事会任期相同。

十七 理事/特别理事

协助各组主任执行其任务,在理事会与会员之间扮演联络角色。

第六章 任期期限

a. 每届理事会任期三年,由理事会就职日算起。

b. 正会长仅可连选连任两届(六年)之后,不得再连任同一职位。

c. 正副财政仅可连选连任两届(六年)之后,不得在下一届担任正副财政职位。

d. 各理事如果有触犯下列各条款事项之一者,理事会有权经讨论通过后将其解职:

1. 因为事故经理事会议决准其辞职;

2. 旷废职务及不遵守本会章程,四处造谣伤害本会信誉或有其他重大情节。经理事会弹劾者得令其退职或退会。

3. 任期内没有充足理由,三次缺席会议者,将发函通知,若再度缺席则按自动离职,亦不能参加下届理事会选举。

4. 被判破产者不适合在理事会担任任何职位。

第七章 理事会选举

a. 三年任期届满期间,在会员大会前 2 个月由理事会成立 5 人小组选举委员会筹备选举事宜,选举委员会主席由小组成员中选出。

b. 本会理事之选举,采用提名推举候选人办法。现届理事为当然候选人,凡有两名会员联名即可推举候选人一名(每位会员只限推举一次)。提名表格与会员名录在提名前一个星期工作天寄发给会员。

c. 提名表格必须在提名周内呈交选举委员会,候选人必需签署候选同意书。

d. 在常年会员大会时由出席者用秘密投票方式即席选出 23 位理事。若候选人未具有特殊理由而没有出席会员大会,当作自动退出选举。

e. 被推举候选人之人数如果刚好 23 位,即自动成为理事,不必举行投票。若人数不足,亦不必举行投票,由新理事会自行委任以填满空缺。

f. 若推举候选人之人数超过 23 位,则需进行投票选举,以得票最多的前 23 位当选。如遇票数相同,则以抽签方式决定。

g. 本会每届新理事就任时,旧理事会理事须将任内之簿据、印信等一切手续移交于新理事, 如有遗漏错误,应由旧理事会有关理事负责。

第八章 会议类别

十八 会议类别

本会会议分为常年会员大会、定期理事会、常务会议、特别会议及小组会议等五种,均由理事会召集。

a. 每年的会员大会不可超过 4 月 30 日后举行。理事会应将经过的事务及一切账目详细列表报告呈给会员大会。会员大会主席由理事会会长担任。

b. 会员大会之法定人数为 30 人或拥有选举权的四分之一,两者之间以人数低者为法定人数。会员大会应在有足够的法定出席人数后方可开会,其议决需经出席会议人数过半通过方为有效。

c. 若出席会议人数不足法定人数时,会议将展延半小时后即可举行,届时则不须依照法定人数有权议决各案,但无权修改本会的章程。

d. 特别会员大会,遇有重要事件理事会可随时召开。此外倘若有至少十名以上会员联名函请,陈明提案及理由,理事会须在一个月内召开,但出席人数最少在 30 人或以上,否则会议将不举行,亦不改期召开。

e. 理事会会议及特别会议,会长为当然主席,会议至少必须有三分之一理事出席方为合法,一切决议案以出资者过半数通过方为有效。理事会会议每年至少召开 3 次或以上。

f. 本会无论任何会议,若出席会议人数不足法定人数时,延后半小时后即可继续召开,届时则不须依照法定人数有权议决各案。

g. 本会无论任何会议表决同数时,则取决于会议主席的决定。

h. 本会常务理事会议无定期,遇有紧急而重要事务,由会长临时召开,所有议决案须报告理事会追认。

i. 小组会议或工作会议,得由各组主任或召集人自行召开。各项议案均须遵循理事会的决策办理,或提交理事会取决之。

第九章 财政管理

a. 本会规定永久会员费为每位$500.00,入会基金为$20.00。申请入会时一次性缴清。理事会有权调整会费。

b. 本会若遇经费不敷或其他特别需要,经理事会议通过得向本会会员或公众人士募集特别捐款。

c. 本会以会员入会基金、会捐、名誉捐、特别捐献、乐捐、利息及其他收入等为主要经费来源。

d. 本会所有收入款项须存入由理事会指定的银行或金融机构,财政手中现金不得超过一千元,惟每月有权动用现金两千元。

e. 每个单一交易金额在一千元以下时,总务与财政有权联名批准动用本会公款开支付。

f. 每个单一交易金额在三千元以下时,须由会长与财政有权联名批准动用本会公款开支付。指定之本会银行户头。所有提款支票

g. 每个单一交易金额在五千元以下时,须由会长与总务有权联名批准动用本会公款开支付。

h. 常务理事会有权批准支付不超过一万元的公款。

i. 理事会有权批准支付不超过两万五千元的公款。

j. 动用本会公款超过两万五千元以上时,须由会员大会通过方得支付(本会经常费不在此限)。

第十章 章程禁例

a. 任何会员、理事不得擅用本会名义、地址或经费从事任何政治活动和工会活动。

b. 任何会员、理事不得在会内聚赌或招娼、吸毒、放违禁物品及暴力行为,或介绍品行不良分子进入本会会所。

c. 未经本会准许,无论任何人都不得擅自借用本会公物,若有意毁坏者须照市场价格赔偿。

d. 本会公款、公物不得私用。

e. 本会公款不可用来代会员或理事支付法庭罚款,或打官司之用途。

f. 未获得警署之批准,本会不得向社会人士公开筹款。

第十一章 章程附则

a. 本会章程由社社团注册局批准之日起执行。未经社团注册局事先书面批准,不得任意修改章程。

b. 本章程某节的解释产生疑问或争执,且本章程又无明文规定,则理事会有权作出诠释。理事会之决定应视为最终决定。

c. 本会不得自行解散,除非获得五分之三到会之会员在大会上通过才能解散。

d. 一旦解散获得通过,本会所负欠的一切合法债务必须清还。而剩余款额则依会员大会之决定,献捐给慈善机关或文教团体。

e. 本会若经解散,必须于七天内以书面通知社团注册局。

f. 宾客到访:宾客可到访本会,唯无不得享有任何权利,且需遵守本会的规章。

g. 会员之间若出现争执,可在理事会议或会员大会上依章程调解,若调解不成,则可寻求其他管道解决或依法庭判决审理。

Chapter I General Provisions

I. Name: The Association is named "Tao Nan Alumni Association". Hereinafter referred to as "this Association".

II. Address: The registered address of the Association is 49 Marine Crescent, Singapore 449761.

(Any change must be approved by the Council and approved by the Societies Registrar.)

III. Principle: The principle of the Association is:

a. To promote friendship, unity and cooperation among alumni.

b. Strengthen the relationship between alumni and alma mater and assist the devel opment of culture and education of alma mater.

c. Launch and promote activities beneficial to culture and art, charity and public welfare, and recreation and sports.

d. To enhance the understanding and research of traditional morality.

Chapter II Membership

IV. Members:

a. Alumni who have studied in Tao Nan School are eligible to apply for members hip if they meet the conditions set by the Association.

b. Anyone applying for membership must apply for membership and provide sufficient documents to prove his/her alumni identity to the Association, and meet the following conditions:

4.1 At least 21 years old;

4.2 Sound intelligence;

4.3 Agree with the purpose of this Association;

4.4 Agree that the Association will take photos, sound recordings or video recordings for its publications, websites and other relevant media during its activities or meetings.

c. Any new member must be signed by an introducer and a seconder, and the mem bership fee must be paid in one lump sum before it can be formally admitted as a member (the approval proce ss takes about 2-3 months). The Association has the right to reject any application without explaining any reason.

d. The board of directors has the right to decide the membership fees, donations or any fees paid by members. At the same time, it has the right to decide the method of payment by members and collection by the Association.

e. The Association may decide to reduce or exempt the membership fund and membership fee of retirees.

f. Although the Association has permanent members, the Association has the right to set up other types of members according to the situation.

g. All members have the obligation to notify the secretariat of the association in a timely manner when changing their addresses. otherwise, the Association has the right to suspend or cancel their membership when the association cannot be contacted.

h. The Association has the right to expel a member if:

4.5 Any member involved in illegal activities and/or convicted by the courts of any country according to the criminal laws of that country;

4.6 The member's behavior is detrimental to the good reputation of the association;

4.7 A member violates or conflicts with any rules and regulations of the association, or there a re any events or valid reasons that can prove that the association has expelled the member.

4.8 Those who obstruct the progress of the alumni association.

4.9 Those who, for personal purposes, use the name of this Association to cause trouble outside the country and bring shame to this Association.

i. Any member who withdraws or is expelled from the club shall not have the right to claim back the donation or other money already paid.

Chapter III Rights and Obligations

V. Rights: Members of the Association enjoy the following rights:

a. Have the right to speak and vote in the general meeting of members;

b. Have the right to vote and stand for election (bankrupt or resident members abroad do not have the right to stand for election)

c. Enjoy various rights and interests stipulated by this club;

d. Priority is given to using the club's equipment or participating in activities.

e. To the extent that it does not conflict with the law and the ability of the Federa tion, it may request assistance from the Federation in dealing with problems related to life or business.

f. Any member has no claim on the assets of the association (whether movable or immovable).

VI. Obligations: Members of the Association shall fulfill the following obligations:

a. Abide by the articles of association and submit to all resolutions;

b. Assist in the implementation of various resolutions and meetings;

c. Donate or assist in raising funds for the Association and its subordinate organizations;

d. To safeguard the good reputation and all interests of the Association;

e. Retired members shall fulfill all obligations, including financial commitments, that they assumed before the retirement took effect.

Chapter IV Organizational Structure

a. The highest authority of this Association is the general meeting of its members, and after the meeting is the Association.

b. The Association will be composed of 23 members elected by the general assembly to lead and manage the Association.

c. Prior to the general meeting in the election year, the current board member is the ex officio candidate for the next board meeting.

d. The 23 elected directors will elect one chairman, three vice-chairmen, one deputy general manager and one deputy financial manager from each other. In addition, the recreation and sports section have one chief and two deputy chief; One head and two deputy heads of the cultural, educational and academic group; One head and two deputy heads of the Foreign Affairs and Welfare Section; The Information and Recruitment Unit has one chief and two deputy chief; There are three directors.

e. The 8-member standing Committee, consisting of the vice-chairman, the vice-chairman, the vice-chairman, the general affairs and the vice-chairman, is responsible for the daily operation of the alumni association.

f. All the elected directors shall form an Association to carry out the meeting.

g. Two directors and deputy directors shall be selected from the non-director candidates at the general meeting.

h. The Recreational and Athletic Group with the Education and Academic Group form a six-member recreational committee to jointly promote the activities proposed by the two groups. They work in a division of labor and are coordinated by a vice president.

i. The Foreign Affairs and Welfare Group with the Information and Recruitment Group form a six-member liaison committee to jointly promote the activities proposed by the two groups. They work in a division of labor and arecoordinated by a vice president.

j. The directors of each group have the right to recommend directors, members and non-members to the Association for appointment by the Association. Non-members have no voting rights.

k. The Association has the power to appoint advisers, honorary presidents, honorary directors, special directors and other titles. The term of office of the appointed member is the same as that of the director (except the title of permanent reputation or permanent honor).

l. The Association will create new groups or new job titles when necessary to deal with the designated matters.

Chapter V Distribution of Authority

VII. The functions and authorities of the general assembly are as follows:

a. Revising the articles of association of the association;

b. Accepting or rejecting reports, resolutions and voting on proposals of the Association;

c. To elect a new Association every three years;

d. To approve the development of the club, purchase and own the real estate of the club, provided that the Association meeting decides to set up an Industry Development Committee to promote the highest value-added of the industry.

VIII. The authorities of the Association are as follows:

a. To implement the resolutions of the general meeting of members;

b. Convene the general meeting of members on schedule and accept the reasonable requests of the Association and members to convene a special general meeting;

c. Handle all the daily affairs of this Association;

d. Entrust the Standing Committee to handle urgent or unexpected matters;

e. To carry out the purposes of the Association and plan to promote its meetings;

f. Examining membership qualifications;

g. Handle the appointment and dismissal of all salaried or contract staff of the Association;

h. Accept the resignation of the director and fill the vacancy in time.

IX. Chairperson

To manage and plan all affairs of this Association and represent this Association to the outside world, to keep contracts and important documents, government licenses, etc. stored in this Association, and to issue various official receipts and important correspondence. When handing over, the above elements must be clearly pointed out in public. Once accepted, they will be fully responsible. The president is the ex-officio president in various meetings. The vice presidents assist the president with three members. If the chairperson is absent, one member may be elected to act as the chairperson.

X. General Manager

To handle the daily affairs of the Association and implement the decisions of the executive and governing meetings. Keep and deal with the records and correspondence of the Association, be responsible for all matters concerning the convening of meetings of the Association, provide proposals to be discussed by the president or members of the Association, and provide annual meeting reports to the annual general meeting on behalf of the Association. If the board of directors becomes vacant before the expiration of its term of office, it shall submit a report of its term of office to the general affairs of the new board of directors within one month.

The deputy general manager shall assist the general manager in performing his/her duties in the absence of the general manager.

XI. Finance Personnel

To be responsible for the management of all kinds of receipts, payments and bank checkbooks etc. Any income shall be deposited in a bank designated by the Association. Record and keep the income and expenditure accounts of the Association, and regularly submit account settlement reports to the Association. Submit the audited balance sheet and income statement to the Association 15 days before the annual general meeting. Keep all funds, collect all kinds of money on behalf of the Association, keep all the financial accounts of the Association and be responsible for their correctness.

The deputy finance Personnel should complement the positive finance and perform its functions in the absence of the positive finance.

XII. Director of Recreational and Athletic Group

Responsible for handling recreational and athletic matters.

The deputy director shall assist the chief director, and when the chief director is absent, one person may be appointed to act as the executive director.

XIII. Director of Education and Academic Group

In charge of education and academic affairs, it is also necessary to apply for awards and publications.

The deputy director shall assist the chief director, and when the chief director is absent, one person may be appointed to act as the executive director.

XIV. Director of Foreign Affairs and Welfare Group

To be responsible for handling welfare matters of the Association and representing the Association in internal and external communication. If approved by the Association or approved by the chairperson, representatives may participate in other community activities and handle public consultation and reception matters.

The deputy director shall assist the chief director, and when the chief director is absent, one person may be appointed to act as the executive director.

XV. Director of Chief Information and Recruitment

To be responsible for updating, managing and examining the membership qualification forms and other documents of the association's website, and to do a good job of publicity according to the development direction of the association.

The deputy director shall assist the chief director in all his duties.

XVI. The Director and the Deputy of Auditing

Regularly audit the financial affairs of the Association. If the annual income or expenditure of the Association exceeds S$500,000, the accounts must be audited by a certified public accountant. The audit term is the same as that of the Association.

XVII. Director/Special Director

Assist the directors of each group in carrying out their tasks and play a liaison role between the Association and its members.

Chapter VI Term of Office

a. The term of office of each Association is three years, counting from the inauguration date of the Association.

b. The chairperson may only be re-elected for two consecutive terms (six years) and may not be re-elected to the same post.

c. The head and deputy finance can only be re-elected for two consecutive terms (six years) and cannot hold the post of head and deputy finance in the next term.

d. If each director violates any of the following provisions, the Association has the right to dismiss him after discussion and approval:

1. The resign can be approved by the board meeting due to accident;

2. Absent and failing to abide by the articles of association of the association, spreading rumors around and damaging the reputation of the association or having other important circumstances. Those impeached by the Association may be ordered to resign or retire.

3. If there is no sufficient reason during the term of office, those who are absent from the meeting for three times will send a notice. If they are absent again, they will resign automatically and will not be able to participate in the election of the next Association.

4. Those convicted of bankruptcy are not suitable for holding any posts in the board of directors.

Chapter VII Election of the Association

a. During the expiration of the three-year term, the Association shall set up a five-member election committee two months before the general meeting to prepare for the election. The chairman of the election committee shall be elected by the members of the group.

b. The election of Association members shall be conducted by nominating candidates. The current director is an ex-officio candidate. Any two members can jointly nominate one candidate (each member can only nominate one candidate).Nomination forms and membership lists will be sent to members one week before nomination.

c. The nomination form must be submitted to the Election Committee within the nomination week. Candidates must sign the consent form.

d. During the annual general meeting, the participants will vote in secret to elect 23 directors. If the candidate does not attend the general meeting for special reasons, he will be deemed to withdraw from the election automatically.

e. If the number of candidates put forward is just 23, they will automatically become directors without voting. If the number of people is insufficient, there is no need to hold a vote and the new Association will appoint itself to fill the vacancy.

f. If the number of candidates is more than 23, a ballot will be held to elect the top 23. If the votes are the same,they will be decided by drawing lots.

g. When a new member of this Association takes office, the old member of the Association shall hand over all formalities such as documents, letters, etc. during his term of office to the new member. if there are any omissions or errors, the relevant member of the old Association shall be responsible for them.

Chapter VIII Types of Meetings

XVIII. Category of meeting

The Association's meetings are divided into five types: annual general meeting, regular Association, executive meeting, special meeting and group meeting, all convened by the Association.

a. The annual general meeting cannot be held after April 30. The Association shall submit to the general meeting a detailed list of the transactions and all accounts that have passed. The chairman of the general meeting shall be the chairman of the board of directors.

b. The quorum for a general meeting is 30 or one-fourth of the voting rights, whichever is the lower. The general meeting of members shall not be held until there is a enough quorum, and its resolution shall be valid only after a majority of the members present at the meeting pass.

c. If the number of people present at the meeting is less than a quorum, the meeting will be postponed for half an hour. At that time, there is no need to have the right to decide on each proposal according to the quorum, but there is no right to amend the constitution of this Association.

d. The special general meeting of members can be held at any time in case of important events. In addition, if at least ten or more members send a joint letter requesting that the proposal and its reasons be stated, the board of directors shall convene within one month, but the number of participants shall be at least 30 or more, otherwise the meeting will not be held or rescheduled.

e. The president of the board of directors and special meetings shall be the ex officio president. at least one third of the members of the board of directors shall be present before the meeting is legal. all resolutions shall be valid only if they are passed by most of the participants. Association meetings shall be held at least 3 times or more per year.

f. If the number of people present at any meeting of this Association is less than a quorum, the meeting can be resumed after half an hour's delay. At that time, there is no need to have the right to decide on each case according to the quorum.

g. No matter how many votes are cast at any meeting, this Association depends on the decision of the chairman of the meeting.

h. There are no regular meetings of the Association's executive directors. In case of urgent and important matters,the president will convene the meeting temporarily. All resolutions must be reported to the Association for ratification.

i. Group meetings or working meetings may be called by the directors or conveners of each group. All proposals must follow the decisions of the Association or be submitted to the Association for decision.

Chapter IX Financial Management

a. The association stipulates a permanent membership fee of S$500.00 per person and a membership fund of S$20.00. When applying for membership, one-time payment shall be made. The Association has the power to adjust membership fees.

b. In case of insufficient funds or other special needs, the Association may raise special donations from members or members of the public upon approval of the Association.

c. The Association uses membership fund, association donation, reputation donation, special donation, music donation, interest and other income as its main sources of funding.

d. All income of the Association shall be deposited into banks or financial institutions designated by the Association. The cash in the financial hand shall not exceed 1,000 SGD, but the financial hand shall have the right to use 2,000 SGD per month.

e. When the amount of each single transaction is less than 1,000 SGD, the General Affairs Department and the Finance Department have the right to jointly approve the use of public funds of the Association for payment.

f. When the amount of each single transaction is less than 3,000 SGD, the president and the financial authority shall jointly approve the use of the public funds of the association to make the payment.

g. When the amount of each single transaction is less than 5,000 SGD, the president and the general affairs department shall have the right to jointly approve the use of public funds of the association to make payment.

h. The Standing Association has the right to approve the payment of public funds not exceeding 10,000 SGD.

i. The Association has the power to approve the payment of public funds not exceeding 25,000 SGD.

j. If the use of public funds exceeds 25,000 SGD, it must be approved by the general meeting of the members (the regular expenses of the association are not included).

Chapter X Prohibition of Articles of Association

a. No member or director may use the name, address or funds of the association to engage in any political or trade union activities.

b. No member or director is allowed to gamble or recruit prostitutes, take drugs, release prohibited articles and acts of violence, or introduce unscrupulous elements into the club.

c. Without the permission of this Association, no one is allowed to borrow our public property without authorization. If anyone intends to destroy it, he must compensate according to the market price.

d. Public funds and public property of the Association shall not be used for private use.

e. Public funds cannot be used to pay court fines on behalf of members or directors or to engage in legal proceedings.

f. Without the approval of the police station, this Association is not allowed to raise funds publicly from the public.

Chapter XI Supplementary Provisions of the Articles of Association

a. The articles of association shall be implemented as of the date of approval by the social association registration bureau. Without the prior written approval of the society registration bureau, the articles of association shall not be arbitrarily amended.

b. If there is any doubt or dispute over the interpretation of a section of the Articles of Association, and there is no express provision in the Articles of Association, the Association has the right to interpret it. The decision of the Association shall be deemed final.

c. The Association shall not dissolve itself unless approved by three-fifths of the members present at the meeting.

d. Once the dissolution is passed, all legal debts owed by this club must be paid off. The remaining amount will be donated to charity or cultural and educational organizations according to the decision of the general meeting.

e. If the Association is dissolved, it must notify the Societies Registration Bureau in writing within seven days.

f. Guest Visits: Guests can visit the Association, but they are not entitled to any rights and must abide by the rules and regulations of the Association.

g. In case of disputes among members, mediation may be conducted in accordance with the articles of association at the board meeting or the general meeting of members. If mediation fails, other channels may be sought for settlement or the case may be tried in accordance with the court's judgment.