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  • The first is about discovering who you are and can be, the second presents the author's amalgam of tai chi ch'uan and qigong (and is rife with good quality black-and-white photos of the movements), the third approaches popular self-help themes such as intuition, leadership, effective communication, finding your inner light, and the relationship between intention and achievement, and even advances some TCM principles.

    Arthur Rosenfeld: The Key to Qi -- A Book Review

  • Dutifully Liam sank back down, and over the next half hour Moses began to teach him the rudiments of the first two movements of what the old man finally deigned to tell him was tai chi ch'uan, an ancient Chinese physical discipline based on a form of martial arts known as soft boxing.

    Fire and Ice

  • The words t'ai chi ch'uan translates from Chinese as "great polarity boxing."

    Examiner California Headlines

  • Thursday, Nov. 12, 7 a.m.: Himanee is grateful for the tai chi ch'uan she learned from Lao Shih Patricia Leong in 1995; doing the set keeps me warm at bus stops in this frigid November weather.

    Crosscut

  • Taichifo GCC offers tai chi ch'uan and Mandarin Chinese lessons:

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • As an extra point, if you can find a teacher who knows what they're talking about (usually not easy), I strongly recommend t'ai chi ch'uan.

    Greg Hartnett

  • Szechwan (Ss [) u] - ch'uan), province (_see_ Shu)

    A History of China

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