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Awareness Day in Bristol, UK 0

Awareness Day in Bristol, UK

50 Taoist Tai Chi Society participants from 3 different branches took part in the Awareness Day celebrations in Millennium Square in central Bristol.  Sparkling summer sunshine, combined with a vibrant part of Bristol city, provided a perfect setting for the display.  Many flyers for local classes were handed out, and it was perhaps our most […]
A Dragon Comes To Dunedin to Celebrate International Awareness Day 0

A Dragon Comes To Dunedin to Celebrate International Awareness Day

Free demonstrations, brunch, presentations from national and local dignitaries, and the unveiling of our fabulous Dragon Bike Rack marked Taoist Tai Chi® International Awareness Day on Thursday, August 13. The unveiling was  held at the Taoist Tai Chi International Center Florida, 453 Edgewater Dr., Dunedin, FL. The functional art was dedicated to Ron Boucher, a very […]
Let’s get the party started 1

Let’s get the party started

This year’s CIT week has begun at the International Centre in Canada with 547 participants being taught by Tony Kwong. As the hundreds of people arrived over the weekend they practised “eyes see, hands do” and helped with the many jobs needed to take care of ourselves over the week.
Harmonious meeting of East and West 0

Harmonious meeting of East and West

  East and West have joined together harmoniously with the Grand Opening of the Wong Dai Sin Taoist Temple at Steeles Avenue in Toronto, Canada. Special guests brought good wishes and congratulations, with one describing the new temple as a “truly wonderful addition” to the region. Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism international president Marsha Eberhardt […]
Update – International Center Florida 1

Update – International Center Florida

Construction on the new International Center Florida is at full speed. Workers are very busy making structural repairs and framing rooms in the Main Building called Building A.  Completion of the A Building, the former Historic Fenway Hotel, is scheduled for Summer of 2016.     Flags are now flying on the flagpole in the front […]
Dunedin meets Toronto 0

Dunedin meets Toronto

Earlier this summer, Dunedin Mayor Ward Bujalski and other Dunedin ambassadors met with Taoist Tai Chi Society Executive Director Andrew Hung, board President Marsha Eberhardt and various staff members at their headquarters in Toronto.             Read full article >
Dragon Boat Races in Windsor, Ontario Feature Taoist Tai Chi® 1

Dragon Boat Races in Windsor, Ontario Feature Taoist Tai Chi®

On July 19, 2015 approximately 50 participants from the Taoist Tai Chi Society, Windsor (Ontario, Canada) location attended the 13th annual Dragon Boat Race for the Cure on Lake St Clair.  With an audience of approximately 5,000 people, the demonstrations offered many opportunities to show the Taoist Tai Chi® arts and talk about its benefits.  The Dragon Boats […]
A Golden Opportunity! 0

A Golden Opportunity!

Tooling Up for Restorations at the Fenway – an eventful morning! Kicking off the commencement  of our renovations of the Historic Fenway Hotel building in Dunedin, FL was the event of our day!  The City’s sincere interest was felt immediately as Dunedin City Mayor Julie Ward-Bulalski joined our welcoming committee in the front of the Fenway.  […]
Toledo, Ohio Celebrates 25 Years 0

Toledo, Ohio Celebrates 25 Years

On the weekend of May 29-30 the Toledo, OH USA branch celebrated their 25 years of practicing the Taoist Tai Chi® Arts by having a weekend of activity. On Friday evening we started by doing a round of 108 Move Sets, then we enjoyed a delicious Chinese meal. On Saturday we continued doing Sets until […]
Toowoomba Celebrates Anniversaries 0

Toowoomba Celebrates Anniversaries

The Toowoomba branch of the Taoist Tai Chi Society of Australia celebrated its 25th anniversary, plus 20th anniversary of its Taoist shrine, at a weekend workshop and High Tea held on 20-21 June 2015. We were delighted to have special guests at the High Tea on Saturday afternoon: Councillor Paul Antonio, Mayor, Toowoomba Regional Council; the Hon […]
Let them eat cake … 0

Let them eat cake …

Staff and volunteers at the International Centre near Orangeville celebrated Canada Day in style with a barbecue dinner and red and white cupcakes followed by a bonfire party with fireworks. Canada’s flag also flew proudly at the centre entrance during the day and we had several groups of people visiting our property for the national […]
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