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2017 Chinese New Year Gathering

50th Anniversary of Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy

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Taipei 2017, the 29th Summer Universiade kicked off on Aug. 19, with athletes competing from over 140 nations. This is a great opportunity to let the world see Taiwan and an occasion for sports competition and cultural exchange. The awe-inspiring overture to the event was presented by Tai Ji Men at the Taipei Municipal Stadium at 6:00 p.m. Tai Ji Men’s ancient Tai Ji Formation, titled “Passing on the Torch, Heart to Heart,” was publicly presented for the first time in thousands of years. The ever-changing formation contained sub-formations as Tai Ji Men dizi (similar to student) constantly moved and changed the formation.

Renowned for its excellence in preserving Chinese culture, Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy hosted the 2017 Chinese New Year Gathering on February 26th in the City of Walnut, welcoming community members to celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Rooster with traditional cultural flair. Over one hundred people participated in the event, and everyone had a blast!

Mayor Eric Ching of Walnut presented a certificate of appreciation, acknowledging Tai Ji Men’s contribution in global promotion of love and peace and spreading positive energy and cultural exchange within the community. He also urged the collaboration between the City of Walnut and Tai Ji Men in the near future to bring more goodness into the community! In addition, there were numerous dignitaries in attendance, including Consul General Aung Kyaw Zan of Myanmar in Los Angeles and his wife; Angie Shaw, representative of California Senator Josh Newman; Nancy Tragarz, councilmember of the City of Walnut; Helen Hall, member of the Walnut Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees; Jack Tanaka, former mayor of the City of Diamond Bar and Mrs. Tanaka; Mary Ng, vice president of the Chinese American Association of Walnut; and Victor Hung, president of Liok-Kui Foundation. The honored guests took a commemorative photo together as they jointly held a huge bamboo sieve bountifully filled with freshly handmade Chinese rice balls symbolizing unity and fulfillment to wish everyone a joyous and smooth-sailing year!

Nearly 200 people from 18 nations gathered in the City of Walnut, California on Sept. 13, 2015 to celebrate the International Love and Peace Day and the 15th anniversary of Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Los Angeles. Through various activities such as cultural performances, choral presentations, and forums, the attendees used concrete actions to support love and peace.  They hoped to encourage more people to spread the seeds of love and peace, instilling more positive energy into today’s turbulent world.

The event was graced by honored guests including Lauren Pong, representative of Congressman Ed Royce; council members of the City of Walnut Eric Ching, "Tony" Cartagena, and Nancy Tragarz; Dr. Tony Torng, member of the Walnut Valley Unified School District Board; Angelena Pride, member of the Rowland Unified School District Board; Nelson Huang, chair of APAPA-Southern California Regional HQ; Sukhee Kang, former mayor of Irvine; etc.  The guests hailed from 18 nations such as Korea, Iran, Russia, Panama, etc.; while others traveled from Northern California, Ventura County, and Beverly Hills to attend the event.

On the beautiful afternoon of March 8 at Cal Poly Pomona, Tai Ji Men presented a series of spectacular cultural performances that touched the hearts of over100 attendees of different ethnic backgrounds; the energetic and jubilant program gave the participants a taste of traditional Chinese New Year!

On March 8, which happened to be the start of this year’s Daylight Saving Time and represented the arrival of spring, Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Los Angeles and Cal Poly English Language Institute teamed up to host the 2015 Chinese New Year Gathering to allow people in the local communities to experience the traditions and customs of Chinese New Year. 

The 65th Annual UN DPI / NGO Conference will be held at the United Nations headquarters in New York from Aug.27-29; international volunteers for “An Era of Conscience” from the Federation of World Peace and Love (FOWPAL), based in Walnut, Southern California, will travel to New York to participate in the meeting, exchanging ideas and experiences with other UN NGO elites from all over the world and sharing the results of their promotion of "An Era of Conscience."

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    Prior to joining Tai Ji Men, I had a relatively mundane daily life. I lived, loved, worked and played; all of these things are quality pursuits. Tai Ji Men promotes the wisdom that we are all part of this world and need to take actions to make it a better place. ...

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  • Tai Ji Men is an ancient menpai (similar to school) of martial arts and qigong. Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, Zhang-men-ren (leader) of Tai Ji Men, inherited the highest level of qigong and martial arts from great masters of the past and founded Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Taiwan in 1966. Over the past 46 years, tens of thousands of Tai Ji Men dizi (similar to students) from all walks of life and from all over the world have greatly benefited from practicing Tai Ji Men Qigong. In order for the people of the world to have the opportunity to learn martial arts, qigong, the wisdom of yin and yang as well as other aspects of traditional Chinese culture, in 2000 Dr. Hong established Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Los Angeles, which provides a balanced path for people to attain health, happiness, and wisdom. 

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