You are not currently on the access control list for direct view of this information but Formosa Lions members and close associates can request any information they need at any time by sending an email to

There are three ways to get this information.

1. You can have your Internet Address (IP address) added to the site's access control list.
Your IP address is currently
If your IP address never (or rarely) changes and if you are a Formosa Lions member or close associate then you can click here to send an email to request access. Or just email your current IP address to and request access. Before requesting this type of access please visit this page a few times over a few days to make sure your IP address stays the same. It won't stay the same if you're using a mobile phone with cell tower access but it may stay the same if you're on a home (or work) wired or Wi-Fi connection. If you use this type of access then any device on your home (or work) network will also have access. Once you have access then this page will display relevant information instead of this message. If you previously had access by this method but suddenly haven't then your IP address has probably changed.

2. If method 1 doesn't work for you (and it's not likely to work for most people) then Formosa Lions members and close associates can request a username and password to log in to the site by sending an email to You can choose your own username but not your own password. Once you have a username and password you can log in by clicking here. This method requires a secure password because the login page can be seen from any computer in the world and there are malicious people in many different countries who run automatic processes against sites like this to try to guess a login password. So your password has to be unguessable and it will be something like $h&bsd4*52Dj6@ No-one expects you to remember your password for this site so I suggest keeping it in a text file on your computer and copy/pasting it into the site when it's needed. This method of access is unique to a specific device and does not also give access to other devices on a network. Once you have logged in to the site then this page will display relevant information instead of this message.

3. If method 1 or 2 isn't going to work for you then you can email any time to request the information you need. You can also use the telephone. My phone number is on this page. Information is also distributed at meetings. Please see the events calendar.