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TAI CHI IN MANHATTAN

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This morning I woke up early and drove about an hour and a half from Long Island to Columbus park Chinatown in Manhattan. My intention was to take photos of people who gather each morning to practice Tai Chi in the Park. I wanted to share these photos on my website. Traffic was clear today on the Long Island expressway so I arrived on time just before 7 AM. When I arrived there was plenty of metered parking on Mott St. I put money in the parking meter and parked my car. I took a short walk up Mosco St....

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THE PROFESSOR: Tai Chi's Journey West

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Last night I attended the New York premiere of “the Professor: Tai Chi’s Journey West” directed by Barry Strugatz at the Museum of the Moving Image June 9th, 2016 in Astoria, Queens New York. I have anticipated this release of this feature documentary for some time now. I learned of the film a few years ago while perusing kickstarter.com. When I learned the NY premiere was to be shown in Astoria Queens I knew I had to check it out. Cheng Man Ching was William C.C. Chen’s Tai Chi teacher. My Tai Chi teacher Bob Klein was a student of...

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CHINATOWN - TAI CHI

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SIGHTSEEING IN NYC? TRY TAI CHI, HERE'S HOW For six months I worked a 12 hour night shift in Manhattan (7 pm to 7 am) retouching photos for Quad Graphics, a large printing company. During this time, I retouched images used in popular magazines such as LIFE, FITNESS, FIELD AND STREAM, FAMILY CIRCLE, CHILD and many others. After work, I would drive downtown to Columbus Park in Chinatown NYC where I would practice the Yang 24 Tai Chi form before my hour-long commute home to Long Island. Six months later I was transferred to the day shift and this daily...

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