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Big Success! Chan Association 4th Temple Tai Chi Retreat

Author:Mr.Wu Date:2017-9-22 15:25:15
 Big Success! : US-China Chan Cultural Exchange Association Hosted Its Fourth Temple Tai Chi Retreat

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On August 13, 2017, US-China Chan Cultural Exchange Association (Chan Association) successfully hosted its fourth Temple Tai Chi Retreat at Bo Re Temple (American Wisdom Association) inBillerica, MA. Nearly forty people attended this one-day event, learning Wu Way Tai Chi and Qi Gong. The instructors were Chan Association’s president Dr. Ming Wu and his students, who are certified and experienced Tai Chi instructors. Dr. Wu’s unique teaching style combining Tai Chi and Qi Qong was well received by the retreat attendees.

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The purpose of this retreat is to raise funds for the Chan Association’s “Cancer Wellness Program”. Since Oct. 2014, Chan Association has been collaborating with Emerson Hospital’s Health and Wellness Center (Concord, MA) to provide free healthy living classes, such as Tai Chi, Qigong, etc. to low income cancer patients. One of them is Jim E., who has multiple recurrent, metastatic, Stage IV cancer. He has taken Tai Chi classes for over two years, and has seen great results.


Click here to read Jim’s story: Jim E. Story


The objectives of the “Cancer Wellness Program”:


To improve the life quality of low-income cancer patients

To help low-income cancer patients with the recovery process after surgery

To teach low-income cancer patients practices that can improve their overall health

To educate low-income cancer patients about healthy life styles

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US-China Chan Cultural Exchange Association


US-China Chan Cultural Exchange Association (Chan Association) was founded on January 1st, 2011 in Boston, MA. Over the years, we have expanded to include branches in Massachusetts, Connecticut, California, USA, and in Beijing, Hangzhou, NanChang, Guangzhou, and Wuyi Mountain, China. The Association’s objective is to promote a healthy life style using wisdoms from the Eastern cultures on how to balance body, mind and soul. We are interested in the spiritual growth of all, especially through learning the essential qualities of both Eastern and Western cultures. We believe anyone can benefit from combining the openness and peacefulness of the Eastern culture, and the liveliness and the free spirit of the Western culture.


Since its founding, the Chan Association has provided many activities to its members and to the public, such as weekly meditation, short-term meditation retreats, weekly Tao De Jing study, online Buddhist sutras study, online reading group, Tai Chi classes, tea ceremonies, natural healing practices, and free traditional Chinese medicine diagnosis. 


The Chan Association is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization recognized by IRS (EIN: 27-3926161). All donations made to the Association are tax-deductible in the U.S. to the extent allowed by law.


Dr. Wu

Ming Wu, Ph.D, is a doctor of Chinese Medicine and a 20th generation practitioner of Fengyang Chinese Medicine – the only one in the world. He is also a Master Qi Gong and Tai Chi practitioner. Dr. Wu has studied Fengyang Chinese Medicine his whole life, beginning training with his father Mu Qing Wu (19th generation Fengyang Practitioner) when he was only 7 years old.

Dr. Wu has studied Qi Gong and Tai Chi in China and the U.S. for over 40 years. He has received authentic Yang Style Tai Chi instruction from his Sifu Grandmaster Gin Soon Chu, disciple of Yang Sau Chung. Dr. Wu has been carefully instructing students in Qi Gong and Tai Chi in the U.S. for over 26 years. He has dedicated his life to healing and teaching others how to live healthy lives, and remain present in the moment by practicing Chuang Tzu’s teachings.

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