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Slow down and practice Chinese Taijiquan (4)

By Du Mingming (People's Daily Online)

16:00, March 26, 2013

Professor Wang Xiaojun from Beijing Sport University teaches the audience to do exercises deriving from Taijiquan to keep vertebrae healthy at Beijing People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries on the afternoon of March 25, 2013. (PD Online/Du Mingming)

According to Professor Wang, he will go to Spain next Monday, and spend three weeks there to give lectures and teach Taijiquan. "One of my students in Spain has been practicing Taijiquan for over 12 years and has set up a Wushu school to teach Taijiquan," Wang said happily.

Currently, over 150 million people have practiced Taijiquan in more than 150 countries and regions, 70 of which have their own Taijiquan organizations. Thus, Taijiquan can be addressed as "No.1 Sport" in the world.

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