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Q: I wanna play Tai Chi. Is there any Tai Chi Chuan lesson I can join in Guangzhou?

I am living in Guangzhou, Tianhe district. I love play Tai Chi Chuan. I am looking for a Tai Chi Chuan teacher who can teach me Tai Chi in English.

8 years 17 weeks ago in  Sports - Guangzhou

 
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its not a game.
its like some exercise (light) practised (usually) by old people ..

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tel:020-28912929, 13922198059
QQ:159007928
地址:广州市天河软件园(guangzhou city , tian he software park)
广州市天河公园东门翠竹广场
they have classes in english tooo
http://www.taijiq.com/eglish.htm

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Hello, I am a TaiChiChuan(TaiJiQuan) Teacher in Guangzhou. Tai Chi Chuan(TaiJiQuan) is very famous in Guangzhou. It's not only for old people, but young. If you want to know more detail about TaiChiChuan, you could click in my web side http://taichichuan24.blogbus.com. Or contact me, Pang Huang #18922218986 Email:18922218986@189.cn
The Fee of Tai Chi chuan(Tai Ji Quan) Lesson

People     Forms                            How many people         Fee

single       24 forms TaiChiChuan       1people                          150rmb/hrs

group       24 forms TaiChiChuan      no more than 3people      100rmb/hrs

Basic class hours are thirty (30) hours

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Umm, isn't this obvious trolling self-promotion? No native speaker says "play Tai Chi".

 

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If you want to play Tai Chi, I am a master at it.  I've beaten every single person I've played against in less than 10 moves.  Of course, I have some pretty rare cards and miniatures at my disposal, plus I've written an online training manual at how to defend against every possible starting move, so it might be a humbling experience for you.

But it is the best way to learn.

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