Preventive Measures for Health and Well-being

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20th Anniversary | Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Los Angeles

5 do's, 3 don'ts & 6 tips

Preventive Measures to Keep You Safe and Healthy

“Conscience is the key to a successful life.” ~ Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, Zhang-men-ren (grandmaster) of Tai Ji Men

Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Los Angeles held a joyful "Lunar New Year Gathering" online on February 20, 2022, featuring festive cultural performances, such as Celestial Officials Bestowing Blessings, rhythmic storytelling, and energetic dance to shower people with happy energy. At the beginning of the Year of the Tiger, Tai Ji Men members shared with everyone an abundance of good fortune and five treasures–health, wisdom, wealth, happiness, and joy. For this joyous occasion, Tai Ji Men received many congratulatory messages, including those from heads of state, U.S. Congress members, government officials, elected officials, experts, scholars, representatives from all walks of life, religious leaders, as well as leaders of cultural organizations and media outlets.

Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, Zhang-men-ren (grandmaster) of Tai Ji Men, stated, “According to a Chinese saying, spring is the key to a successful year ahead. Spring is the first of the four seasons, and it ushers in a new year full of hope as everything comes to life. Planning for ourselves at this time of year and setting goals for the year can help us get off to a good start and give the new year meaning and direction. Conscience is the key to a successful life. All of our actions must be guided by our conscience. We take steps to make our plans and wishes a reality, and we continue to work toward our objectives while reviewing and improving our plans and ourselves. The accumulation of good deeds will eventually allow us to progress in life in leaps and bounds, giving our lives immense and lasting value.”

- Martial arts family spanning multiple generations sharing kindness and warmth

Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Los Angeles celebrated its 21st birthday on September 26, 2021. Because the Delta variant of COVID-19 is rapidly spreading, the anniversary celebration was conducted virtually, and everyone was invited to participate in the wonderful event by watching it online.

For the past 21 years, under the leadership of Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, the Academy has held various life wisdom and health symposiums as well as cultural exchange activities, and it has engaged in numerous international events to promote a culture of conscience, love, and peace, with the goal of improving global citizens’ physical, mental, and spiritual health. In recent years, Tai Ji Men has been promoting the Movement of An Era of Conscience'' and the "International Day of Conscience" to awaken the conscience in the people of the world. During the SARS outbreak in 2002 and during the COVID-19 pandemic, which started in the end of 2019, Tai Ji Men produced videos featuring epidemic prevention guidelines, including Three Don’ts, Five Do’s, and Six Tips as well as a trilogy on COVID-19 prevention measures: Antiviral Combat, The War Against Virus, and Anti Pandemic Battle. It has been sharing these videos with global citizens, hoping that everyone will stay safe, healthy, and happy and that the pandemic will end soon.

- Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Proclamation of September 16, 2001 as Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy and Dr. Hong Tao Tze Day in Honolulu

To honor the 20th anniversary of the 9/11, various commemorative events took place around the United States. Twenty-three Tai Ji Men members visited Honolulu, Hawaii on September 3-5 to reflect on the historic day and the importance of peace. They also celebrated September 15 as International Love and Peace Day, as well as the 20th anniversary of the Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy and Dr. Hong Tao Tze Day in Honolulu. The group visited different locations to promote the idea of conscience, love, and peace, including the Honolulu City Hall, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Honolulu, Honolulu’s Chinatown, Diamond Head, Dole Plantation, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Waikiki Beach, and Pearl Harbor.

Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, the leader of Tai Ji Men, Mrs. Hong, and Tai Ji Men members were invited to the 54th Annual DPI/NGO Conference in September 2001, and they witnessed the 9/11 terrorist attacks. During those difficult times, Tai Ji Men hosted ceremonies of ringing the Bell of World Peace and Love in New York and Honolulu to soothe people's hearts and pray for the United States and the world, and visionary leaders from all walks of life were invited to ring the Bell and make peace wishes..

This Saturday, September 14 at 7:30-9:00pm at 385 S. Lemon Ave., Suite G, Walnut, CA 91789, Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Los Angeles will celebrate the Moon Festival with fun packed activities and everyone is invited.

A nonprofit organization of culture, qigong, and martial arts, Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy invites people to join in a “single leg stance” contest and “picking up beans with chopsticks” contest. Whoever stands on one foot for the longest time will win the first place prize: A custom-made clock for the promotion of the “International Day of Conscience,” usually reserved for UN ambassadors and influential leaders. Now in celebration of the 19th anniversary of Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Los Angeles and in response to the United Nations’ designation of April 5 as the “International Day of Conscience,” the clock will be given away as the first place prize. The second and third place winners will each receive a compass keychain and “Be the Spark,” a beautiful children’s book about a little bear’s journey to find the meaning of conscience.

Tai Ji Men members will share their secrets to wealth, health, and happiness as well as how to obtain good luck. Tea and mooncakes will be served. Admissions are free. Please call 1-909-468-1362 for more information.

Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in Los Angeles celebrated its 19th anniversary on September 8, 2019. A powerful cultural performance titled “Kungfu Cymbals and Magnificent Drums” by energetic young Tai Ji Men members kicked off the event, spreading tons of happy energy. The event was attended by nearly 200 people, including dignitaries and community leaders such as Ms. Mabel Segura Fernández, Consul General of Costa Rica in Los Angeles; California Senator Ling Ling Chang; Ms. Tiffany Lee, representative of Congressman Gilbert R. Cisneros; Mrs. Mei Mei Huff, wife and representative of former California Senator Bob Huff; Mr. Anthony Johnson, representative of Assemblyman Phillip Chen; Walnut Mayor Andrew Rodriguez; San Gabriel City Councilmember Chin Ho Liao; Dr. Maung Maung Kyi, publisher of Mandalay Gazette; Mr. Aung Min Naing, president of the Network of Myanmar American Association; Ms. Xiao Cui Liu, president of International Martial Arts Federation; Mr. Michael G. Cheung, executive chairman of International Martial Arts Federation; and Ms. Ivy Kuan, CEO of Confucius Chinese Language School.


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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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