Scout Oaths, Promises, Mottos, and Slogans

Republic of China

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OATHS, PROMISES, AND LAWS


Taiwan (Republic of China) (Cubs) - Promise
I'll obey my elders, help others
Tell no lies and will not be afraid of any difficulty

Taiwan (Republic of China) (Scouts) - Promise
I wish to join Boy Scouts of China, and on my honor,
I promise that I will obey the Scout Law,
and all my life do my best:
To do my duty to God, be friendly to the people and
become a rightness Chinese citizen.
To help others and serve the public at all times.
To strive to make myself rich in knowledge, perfect
in character, and healthy in physical constitution.

Taiwan (Republic of China) (Scouts) - Law
Honesty
Royalty and Filial Devotion
Helpfulness
Loving Kindness
Courtesy
Justice
Responsibility
Cheerfulness
Industriousness and Thrift
Courage
Cleanness
Public Spirit

MOTTOS


Taiwan (Republic of China) - Scouts
1.Be prepared
2.Practice a good turn everyday
3.Serve as goal of life




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