* by John Gough * (Photo from the International Martial Arts Tournament, Singapore, September 2019) Why take part in Local, National or International Competitions or Events? I guess that is a question that can only be answered by each of us individually. For some the thought of doing so can
The 15th World Wushu Championships in Shanghai, China (20-23 October 2019) was exceptionally well covered by WushuTV. All events were live-streamed and later were available as recorded videos. Thanks to that, we were able to watch all performances of the Australian athletes. In short: Good effort! For details, see our Summary
On Saturday, 1 June 2019, Tai Chi Association of Australia held their regular Open Championships. Everyone had a great day, and here is our photo-report. Our congratulation to all winners! We hope the gatherings like this will happen more often and attract more professionals.
Wushu & Tai Chi NSW supports the global movement of Health Qigong as a holistic system of coordinated body posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for the purposes of health, spirituality, and martial arts training. Wushu & Tai Chi NSW recognises International Health Qigong Federation (IHQF) as an international body coordinating
The World Tai Chi & Qigong Day was celebrated on 27 April 2019. Australia, due to its geographical position, was one of the first countries to meet it – thousands of Australian Tai Chi & Qigong enthusiasts gathered in the parks or near historic landmarks for this famous annual event. We