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  1. Simba Kays

    Hangzhou Tai Chi Club

    jkwj Tai Chi every day keeps the doctor away 天天练太极,医生只休息 Kung Fu every day scares the attacker away 日日练功夫,无人敢欺负 Tai Chi class available to foreigners 杭州太极拳国际俱乐部 Instructor: Professor Andrew Wang王国安教授 Professor Andrew Wang http://econet.zjgsu.edu.cn/andrew.wang/index2.htm was born and grew up in Xinhua county in central Hunan famous for Tai Chi/Kung Fu in China. He has been practicing it since his childhood and is authorized to teach it with a Tai Chi/Kung Fu Teaching License issued by Hunan Province Physical Culture and Sports Commission and has taught hundreds of students in China, Japan and the USA. He has been a professor at the College of Economics at Zhejiang Gongshang University in Hangzhou. He speaks Mandarin, English and Japanese. Time and venue时间和地点 Saturday 10:00 AM-11:30 周六上午10:00 -11:30 It begins on September 12, 2015 Xixigu Walkway behind High-Tech Park of Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 杭州市浙江大学科技园后面的西溪谷游步道 Charges Free, but CN¥80 each month for lunch, CN¥320 in all. No refund 课程免费,但每月中饭费80元,不退款。 Contact [please send me private message for my contact information]
  2. mcdougle

    Taiji Zen Online Academy

    Not sure if anybody is interested in this or not, since there are so many options to practice Taiji in public parks, but I thought I would pass it along. Jet Li and Jack Ma started an online Taiji training this past year in an effort to promote Taiji around the world. The first level is free, while each additional level (9 total) requires payment. After learning all the forms for each level, you can take a test and receive a certificate. I am currently doing this with my two children (7 and 5) in addition to classes at Taiji Zen Garden. If anybody is interested in the program and joining us for practice, let me know. There are a couple of benefits of doing this in a group. First, there are partner exercises that you must do in order to pass the exams. Secondly, you can split the payment for each level, so it would make it a lot cheaper. If you are not interested, then no need to comment. Check out taijizen.com for more information.