The press conference of the “First International Taiji Science Online Forum and World Taiji Intangible Cultural Heritage Online Masters Exhibition” was successfully held online.
On the morning of September 18th (Beijing time), 2021, the press conference of the “First International Taiji Science Online Forum and World Intangible Cultural Heritage Taiji Masters Online Exhibition” was successfully held online and was steam live worldwide, which is hosted by the Taiji Science Federation, co-hosted by the University of Illinois-Champaign, Hangzhou Normal University and World Taijiquan Net. also supported by Five Branch University (California), and American Association of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture (AACMA), US Collegiate Taiji Federation, etc.
* Information Update *
The 2021 International Taiji Science online Forum and World Intangible Culture Heritage Masters online Exhibition events was originally scheduled to be held on September 20, 2021. The organizing committee decided to postpone it to December 1-5，2021. which would be a better timing for us to celebrate the first anniversary of UNESCO’s inscription of Taijiquan on the world intangible cultural heritage list.
“World Taiji Science Day”
The First Saturday of December.
In order to celebrate the UNESCO’s official inclusion of Taijiquan in the World Intangible Cultural Heritage List on December 17, 2020, the Taiji Science Federation (WTJSF) funded an annual event “World Taiji Science Day” on the first Saturday and will host the “International Science Forum and World Intangible Cultural Heritage Taijiquan Masters Exhibition” in the first week of December. The “1st International Taiji Science Forum and World Intangible Cultural Heritage Taijiquan Masters Exhibition” (Online Event) will be hosted by University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, Hangzhou Normal University, and the World Taijiquan Website in this December.
Updated Forum regulation in Chinese
Updated Forum regulation in English
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