World T'ai Chi and QiGong Association (WTCQA)
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Founded 1998, Kansas City MO (USA), when a mass Tai Chi exhibition was organized.
Educate the world of the profound health and healing benefits of t'ai chi and qigong for individuals, communities and nations by providing medical and scientific research on t'ai chi and qigong; bring together people across racial, economic, religious and geo-political boundaries to join together for the purpose of health and healing, providing an example to the world; give an example of how the power of the internet can be used to foster global health and healing.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes World T'ai Chi and Qi Gong Day (annual the last Saturday of April) in over 80 nations and in all 50 US states.
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Members in 79 countries
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