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Chi Kung Culture Society of Taipei

Chi Kung Culture Society of Taipei

Postby ChapelPerilous » 10 Mar 2016, 23:53

Has anyone been there/does anyone know anything about it? I'm astonished by its total absence on here. I went once a week for ten weeks and will post my experience once I get the time, but before I write it I'm very interested to hear literally anything about it. Nobody I've spoken to had even heard of it before, yet the master Michael Chung is reportedly a qigong and kung fu expert, has trained ''countless'' students over several decades, is fluent in English and has been interviewed by local media. (Links below.) And the name of the group sounds pretty official, for whatever that's worth.

Link to their own website, which has tons of pages all about qigong practice and philosophy: http://www.chikung.org.tw/english.htm

Links to other media articles:

http://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0056/223323/web/

http://www.tcminter.net/Artikel/closencounters.html

http://taiwaninfo.nat.gov.tw/ct.asp?xIt ... ctNode=124
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Re: Chi Kung Culture Society of Taipei

Postby Zla'od » 15 Mar 2016, 09:31

This is great stuff--like having scientific proof of the Holy Ghost! Cancerbegone!
“What part of a woman is the yet, anyway? I heard there was a fight here in Tulsa, and a woman was shot in the fracas. The doc said the bullet is in her yet. And how did the bullet get in her yet, when she was shot in the fracas?"
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Re: Chi Kung Culture Society of Taipei

Postby ChapelPerilous » 04 May 2016, 12:11

I gave up on getting a reply far too early it seems, I obviously failed to check since before the 14th March. Good, I'm glad someone has found it as interesting as I did! Will actually post the promised report later this week when I get time. It really has it all, including qi measuring machines and endless belching.
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Re: Chi Kung Culture Society of Taipei

Postby Zla'od » 04 May 2016, 23:22

I look forward to reading it!
“What part of a woman is the yet, anyway? I heard there was a fight here in Tulsa, and a woman was shot in the fracas. The doc said the bullet is in her yet. And how did the bullet get in her yet, when she was shot in the fracas?"
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