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Tai Chi masters the crowds in Wuhan

2010-10-09 00:53:22 GMT2010-10-09 08:53:22 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Dressed in white, Chen Chao (front), a successor to the master teacher of Chen Style Tai Chi, guides people to practice the art in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei province Oct 7. Master Chen together with another ten Tai Chi masters perform the Chinese martial art in front of the library of the Guiyuan Buddhist Temple on Oct 7, attracting a lot of attention. Chen Style Tai Chi is said to combine the martial arts and principles of Taoism to make practitioners healthy, able to protect themselves and cultivate their moral character. [Photo/CFP]

A master practices Tai Chi in front of the library of the Guiyuan Buddhist Temple in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei province Oct 7, attracting the attention of locals. [Photo/CFP]

Chen Chao in white, a successor to the master teacher of Chen Style Tai Chi, practices Chen Style Tai Chi in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei province Oct 7. [Photo/CFP]

Masters of Chen Style Tai Chi perform for citizens in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei province Oct 7. [Photo/CFP]

Masters of Chen Style Tai Chi attract crowds as they perform in public in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei province Oct 7. [Photo/CFP]

A master of Chen Style Tai Chi performs for citizens in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei province Oct 7. [Photo/CFP]

Masters of Chen Style Tai Chi perform for citizens in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei province Oct 7. [Photo/CFP]

Master Chen together with another ten Tai Chi masters perform the Chinese martial art in front of the library of the Guiyuan Buddhist Temple on Oct 7, attracting a lot of attention.

Chen Style Tai Chi is said to combine the martial arts and principles of Taoism to make practitioners healthy, able to protect themselves and cultivate their moral character.

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