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Fête nationale du Québec celebrated in Tallahassee, FL

Fête nationale du Québec celebrated in Tallahassee, FL

In the spirit of all cultures moving together in harmony, the Tallahassee Branch joined their brothers and sisters in Quebec in celebrating Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day. On Tuesday night 20 folks enjoyed the regular dinner before the weekly Branch Class.  Homemade Habitant Pea Soup (the first time I’ve had it other than from a can), fresh homemade […]
Tai Chi at the Temple!

Tai Chi at the Temple!

Leading up to the big grand opening of the Wong Dai Sin temple this summer, the regular D’Arcy Street Wednesday morning classes have been moved to our new location on Steeles Avenue! Thanks to the innovative cantilevered design of the temple, participants have been enjoying the opportunity to practice and learn outside comfortably, rain or […]
In the news in New Zealand

In the news in New Zealand

Celebrating 25 years of tai chi Tauranga Taoist Tai Chi members are celebrating 25 years of the traditional exercise in New Zealand by completing 25 sets of more than 100 movements non-stop today. Read article > Slow-moving meditators complete Tai Chi marathon Silence filled the Tauranga Taioist Tai Chi studio yesterday as its members celebrated […]
Seniors on the loose

Seniors on the loose

June 10, Helmond. The Seniors Committee of the Netherlands organized another fundraising activity called YUM CHA. A Chinese tradition of drinking tea in the morning or afternoon with dim sum. Prior to the dim sum workshop was a seniors intensive, a very good way to start up your day with donyu’s and toryu’s and  refining […]
Summer Tai Chi Week at the International Centre in Orangeville

Summer Tai Chi Week at the International Centre in Orangeville

Summer Tai Chi week is no longer the best-kept secret at the International Centre, Orangeville. 186 international participants had the opportunity to upgrade their Tai Chi in significant ways with the help of International Instructor, Tony Kwong. All week long, the festive practice hall was abuzz with participants learning and practicing refinements to their foundations […]
Taoist Tai Chi Society comments on Premier’s Yoga tweet

Taoist Tai Chi Society comments on Premier’s Yoga tweet

The Taoist Tai Chi Society has contacted Premier Christy Clark’s office, asking for a statement to clarify that the Society is in no way involved with a controversy over a yoga event on Vancouver’s Burrard Bridge. The premier on Thursday tweeted a photo of herself posing in front of a Taoist Tai Chi® location, with […]
Conclusion of Tai Chi

Conclusion of Tai Chi

The workshop comes to a close, and it’s time to show joyful appreciation for the workshop leader, and to present the lucky money.  Also to the hard working team of volunteers who took care of us all throughout the week, particularly the kitchen team.
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