Fri, September 16, 2011
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Taichi attracts foreigners in S China

2011-09-16 05:55:05 GMT2011-09-16 13:55:05(Beijing Time)  China Daily

Mark, dressed a white suit, practices Taichi (or taijiquan), a Chinese martial art on the bank of Lijiang, in Yangshuo county, Guilin city in South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous regions, Sept 14, 2011.[Photo/CFP]

Mark (R) from Slovenia, practices sword art with his partner in Yangshuo county, Guilin city in South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous regions, Sept 14, 2011. [Photo/CFP]

A foreigner practices Taichi (or taijiquan) a Chinese martial art, in martial art training school in Shibanqiao village, Yangshuo county, Guilin city of South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous regions, Sept 14, 2011.[Photo/CFP]

Mark, from Slovenia and dressed a white suit, practices Taichi (or taijiquan) a Chinese martial art, in martial art training school in Shibanqiao village, Yangshuo county, Guilin city of South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous regions, Sept 14, 2011.[Photo/CFP]

Mark, who is from Slovenia, and his wife completed their over-two-month Taichi education in Shibanqiao village in Yangshuo county on Sept 14.

This was their second time to Yangshuo to learn Taichi. The martial art training schools in Yangshuo attract a lot of foreign tourists each year, which becomes a merging section of Guilin’s tourism.  

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